Sullivan Street Bakery

★★★★★
  • 533 W 47th St

    New York, NY 10036

    Map & Directions
  • 212-265-5580

About Sullivan Street Bakery

Hours
Monday To Saturday From 08:00 AM To 07:00 PM Sunday From 08:00 AM To 04:00 PM

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I just rode 40 blocks in the searing heat to get pizza for a dear friend who's birthday is today, Arriving at the store at 6.55pm the door was locked and I was assailed by a gesticulating employee who told me they were closed, Well their

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I just rode 40 blocks in the searing heat to get pizza for a dear friend who's birthday is today, Arriving at the store at 6.55pm the door was locked and I was assailed by a gesticulating employee who told me they were closed, Well their

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I think this just might be my favorite bakery in NYC. The bread is amazing and thus makes their pizzas and sandwiches irresistible as well. The food is great, they have a small counter where you can sit and the staff is super friendly. The owner has even said hello a couple of times. I would definitely recommend stopping by.

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I think this just might be my favorite bakery in NYC. The bread is amazing and thus makes their pizzas and sandwiches irresistible as well. The food is great, they have a small counter where you can sit and the staff is super friendly. The owner has even said hello a couple of times. I would definitely recommend stopping by.

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Quite simply the best bread in NYC, if not the best in the US (and frankly, French boulangers ought to be a little intimidated).

The pizzas are addictive -- don't miss potato, or the bianco -- and make for a perfect lunch if you're walking around SoHo. Order one ahead for a cocktail party snack.

Don't miss the loaves, either. The pugliese is perfect -- the crisp, almost carmelized crust encasing beautiful, airy bread is a revelation. Sesamo, a similar bread but coated in sesame seeds is equally tasty.

Get ready to turn your back on Atkins.

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★★★★★

Quite simply the best bread in NYC, if not the best in the US (and frankly, French boulangers ought to be a little intimidated).

The pizzas are addictive -- don't miss potato, or the bianco -- and make for a perfect lunch if you're walking around SoHo. Order one ahead for a cocktail party snack.

Don't miss the loaves, either. The pugliese is perfect -- the crisp, almost carmelized crust encasing beautiful, airy bread is a revelation. Sesamo, a similar bread but coated in sesame seeds is equally tasty.

Get ready to turn your back on Atkins.

Pros: Best bread in NYC, Pizza -- great snack

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Don't come here if you're looking for the usual bakery sweet stuff. It's all about the bread, mostly. I had the pecorino bread and it was diiiiiiiviiiiiine!! I also had the pine nut tart thing and it to was absolutely delicious. The only thing I didn't like is that there's hardly any seating. They definitely need more room.

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★★★★★

Don't come here if you're looking for the usual bakery sweet stuff. It's all about the bread, mostly. I had the pecorino bread and it was diiiiiiiviiiiiine!! I also had the pine nut tart thing and it to was absolutely delicious. The only thing I didn't like is that there's hardly any seating. They definitely need more room.

Pros: cheap, savory, tasty, classy

Cons: too small

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Forget about Vesuvio's up the street, that place gets the hype for having been around so long... Sullivan Street is the real deal. Crunchy crust with a light airy middle, this place makes bread into an art form. The pizza breads are to die for... zucchini, celery root, tomato, pecorino, mushroom, potato and the brand new spinach... I've tried them all and they are amazing.

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★★★★★

Forget about Vesuvio's up the street, that place gets the hype for having been around so long... Sullivan Street is the real deal. Crunchy crust with a light airy middle, this place makes bread into an art form. The pizza breads are to die for... zucchini, celery root, tomato, pecorino, mushroom, potato and the brand new spinach... I've tried them all and they are amazing.

Pros: Bread, bread, bread

Cons: can get crowded

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Sullivan Street Bakery is well known for its Italian-inspired breads. In fact, you can find them at a number of restaurants and gourmet shops in the city. At this Hell's Kitchen retail outpost, there's usually a line of devotees waiting to…

 

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