Authentic, great tasting, Greek and Austrian baked goods. This family run business has been a staple in the neighborhood for years and years. If you're looking for sweet or savory, stop in and check it out!
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This place has the most delicious baklava I have ever eaten. Perfect combination of sweet and crunchy. Bakery has been open for many years and interesting to read the history displayed inside.
Nice to see an independent shop amid all the chains that have come into New York City.. There's a certain charm to the shop and display but the particular pastries we had (cheese strudels with filo dough) did not pack much flavor. I'm sure it...More
Not far from Time Squure, stop here while checking Hell's Kitchen or after a bike ride or down or up the Hudson...... Fresh delicious and decadent. The honey laden baklava is amazing. Come armed with your knowledge of baseball. These guys are die-hard Yankee fans...More
OMG! The baklava and a similar pastry (I can't remember the name, but it was made was almond paste and marzipan) were to die for. I will definitely go here again when visiting NYC!
What an amazing bakery!! The cherry strudel is to die for! The only problem with this place is the weight you'll put on because you won't be able to stop eating. It's also rare to find a family business doing well in midtown Manhattan but...More
This is our 3rd year in a row that we have shopped at this absolutely wonderful Greek Bakery. This year we stopped by twice and got enough for the trip home the next day. This years visit consisted of Afali, Cherry Strudel, Apple Strudel, a...More
We stopped in on whim and now, it will be a destination. Fantastic people and awesome baked goods. We were pressed for time and wanted to grab something to snack on - this was the perfect stop! The spinach pie was chock full of flavor...More
We joined a food on foot tour, which brought us to Poseidon. The oldest still functioning Greek bakery in Hells Kitchen. Although we were there with quite a large group, service was fast. The people behind the counter, the elderly lady in particular, were very...More