De Robertis Pasticceria

★★★★☆
  • 176 1ST Ave

    New York, NY 10009

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  • 212-674-7137

About De Robertis Pasticceria

Hours
Fri-Sat: 9am-12am, Sun: 10am-10pm, Tue-Thu: 9am-11pm, Mon: 12pm-11pm

Food

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Kick it Old School! When I walked into this pastry shop, I feel like the clock turned back to 1960s. It doesn't seem like they change the decor or the tiles on the wall or the floor.

It doesn't bother me, really. It is definitely more down-to-earth and glamour-lacking compared to Veniero's just around the corner. However, their pastry is no less outstanding.

They have a great selection of Italian cookies, gelato, cakes, and coffee drinks. The people behind the counters are all very friendly and sweet. I always enjoy my sweets here, be it cookies, hot chocolate or cakes.

I would really recommend trying their cookies and Tiramisu. If you want to OD on chocolate, I would recommend getting the chocolate moose layers with chocolate cake.

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★★★★☆

Kick it Old School! When I walked into this pastry shop, I feel like the clock turned back to 1960s. It doesn't seem like they change the decor or the tiles on the wall or the floor.

It doesn't bother me, really. It is definitely more down-to-earth and glamour-lacking compared to Veniero's just around the corner. However, their pastry is no less outstanding.

They have a great selection of Italian cookies, gelato, cakes, and coffee drinks. The people behind the counters are all very friendly and sweet. I always enjoy my sweets here, be it cookies, hot chocolate or cakes.

I would really recommend trying their cookies and Tiramisu. If you want to OD on chocolate, I would recommend getting the chocolate moose layers with chocolate cake.

Pros: Retro, friendly and delicious sweets

Cons: Credit Card Machine breaks down from time to time!

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This is an old style bakery and cafe serving traditional Italian pastry favorites. The anisette toasts are particularly delicious. What I love best about DeRobertis is the hidden cafe in the back - you can sit for hours in peace and quiet savoring the incredible aromas wafting through.

4
★★★★☆

This is an old style bakery and cafe serving traditional Italian pastry favorites. The anisette toasts are particularly delicious. What I love best about DeRobertis is the hidden cafe in the back - you can sit for hours in peace and quiet savoring the incredible aromas wafting through.

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This little shop has been in the neighborhood for more than 70 years.
The pastries are good and the Italian ice cream is sooo good. In the back are a few tables so you can have a cup of coffee and indulge in some of the pastry. The old tile floors and tin ceiling brings you to a place back in time. When you leave get some of the pinnoli cookies for the road.

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★★★★☆

This little shop has been in the neighborhood for more than 70 years.
The pastries are good and the Italian ice cream is sooo good. In the back are a few tables so you can have a cup of coffee and indulge in some of the pastry. The old tile floors and tin ceiling brings you to a place back in time. When you leave get some of the pinnoli cookies for the road.

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I love this place. It's a family-run business and you feel like you stepping into an Italian soda shop in Bensonhurst circa '75. The people are all really nice. During the daytime you'll see some old locals sitting in the dining area sipping on some coffee and reading the paper. I'm not big into candy or cookies so I get the egg creme, which is awesome. I wanted one larger than the sizes they have and they were happy to give me this massive cup instead. When it's warmer, I like to sit outside at that little table, read a magazine and watch the locals. This is the type of old school mom-and-pop business that people should be supporting.

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★★★★★

I love this place. It's a family-run business and you feel like you stepping into an Italian soda shop in Bensonhurst circa '75. The people are all really nice. During the daytime you'll see some old locals sitting in the dining area sipping on some coffee and reading the paper. I'm not big into candy or cookies so I get the egg creme, which is awesome. I wanted one larger than the sizes they have and they were happy to give me this massive cup instead. When it's warmer, I like to sit outside at that little table, read a magazine and watch the locals. This is the type of old school mom-and-pop business that people should be supporting.

Pros: Egg Cremes! The staff is nice and the place is original

Cons: None

 

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