La Tropezienne Bakery

★★★★★
  • 2131 1st Avenue 1

    New York, NY 10029

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  • 212-860-5324

About La Tropezienne Bakery

Hours
6 am-8 pm

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i really liked this place... as soon as you walk in, you're whipped away with the aroma of cakes baking in the oven... their cookies are sooo delicious!

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i really liked this place... as soon as you walk in, you're whipped away with the aroma of cakes baking in the oven... their cookies are sooo delicious!

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Good, coffee, bread, pastries, salads, etc.etc... I just love this place. I wish they open more places like this in the area. I go there every day and don't get tired. the Baguettes are like the ones in Paris!!!! not kidding. keep it up and merci!!!!!

I gave them 5 stars because that's the maximum but they deserve 10 stars!!!! lol

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Good, coffee, bread, pastries, salads, etc.etc... I just love this place. I wish they open more places like this in the area. I go there every day and don't get tired. the Baguettes are like the ones in Paris!!!! not kidding. keep it up and merci!!!!!

I gave them 5 stars because that's the maximum but they deserve 10 stars!!!! lol

Pros: Good pastries and bread.

Cons: Closes too early. 8pm!!!! come on!!!!

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I first heard about this French Bakery in a book by a woman named Ruth. Sorry, I don't recall her last name. It was a guide to NYC food. La Tropezianne is a real winner. Their French pastries are outstanding and truly just as good as the kind you can buy in Paris. I loved the eclairs and the Napoleon. You can also get coffee here and there are a few seats for dining in.

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I first heard about this French Bakery in a book by a woman named Ruth. Sorry, I don't recall her last name. It was a guide to NYC food. La Tropezianne is a real winner. Their French pastries are outstanding and truly just as good as the kind you can buy in Paris. I loved the eclairs and the Napoleon. You can also get coffee here and there are a few seats for dining in.

 

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