K geldi ve Newyorker'larn vazgeilmezi hot chocolate grcye kar bu aylarda. Hemen hemen her mekan yapar scak ikolata. Ama bir yer varki ite orann scak ikolatas in kuyruklar oluur. Ev yapm marshmallow ile sunduklar scak ikolata enfes. Yannda ekeri dengelesin diye yine mthi olan pretzel-croissant' yeyin derim.. Hot chocolate with pretzel-croissant.. c cfood
Ainda d tempo de provar o festival de hot chocolate do famoso City Bakery. O festival acontece todo ano em fevereiro e cada dia oferece um sabor diferente. Caso voc no venha em fevereiro, no tem problema, aquele clssico com marshmallow uma delcia e tem o ano todo. ( bem doce! ento v preparado) Os sabores at o final do ms so: dia 18 Peruvian Milk Chocolate Hot Chocolate dia 19 Beer Hot Chocolate dia 20 Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate dia 21 Sunken Treasure Hot Chocolate dia 22 Lemon Hot Chocolate dia 23 Espresso Hot Chocolate dia 24 S'More-Y Hot Chocolate dia 25 Cinnamon Hot Chocolate dia 26 Bourbon Hot Chocolate dia 27 Mt. Fuji Hot Chocolate, with yuzu and lime dia 28 Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate dia 29 Leap Year Hot Chocolate Festival 3 West 18th Street (prx a 5th Ave) City Bakery's Hot Chocolate Festival is half way - enjoy a different kind of this delicious drink every day of the month of February. (see list above) photo from citybakerydaily city4you eturismo
Over the weekend, Ken and I decided to go out for breakfast before he got in a round of golf with a friend and before I ran errands. We settled on City Bakery (mostly because I wanted a pretzel croissant and I knew they’d have other options in case Ken wanted something else). We arrived pretty early and it looks like they had just set up for the morning rush. We ordered the eggs with spinach, potatoes, a pretzel croissant and an iced coffee:
Ken loved the eggs (probably because they included lots of butter, spinach and onion). We also added some jelly to the pretzel croissant for the perfect combination of sweet and savory. The price tag for this breakfast: $24.50! I’m not sure what cost so much but I would’ve been perfectly happy with just the pretzel croissant!
Hey guys! I'm downsizing! I've had the privilege of cooking in some pretty cool kitchens so far in my life but nothing makes my heart smile more than being in a kiddie kitchen where the only thing you need to be a great chef is your imagination! So blessed to still feel like a big kid every time I'm in the kitchen!
Overall: The City Bakery received three and a half stars out of five by 971 reviewers. The City Bakery accepts credit cards, has street parking, is wheelchair accessible and does not offer wi-fi.
Food: The City Bakery is a bakery, juice bar and farmers market. Many reviewers enjoyed the hot chocolate, pretzel croissant, baked muffins and cookie stacks. Some diners found the menu underwhelming and stating that the prices were a bit high for the portions.
Atmosphere: The atmosphere at The City Bakery was noted by many to have a casual and comfortable setting. It was noted by many reviewers to have plenty of seating dispersed among two levels of the restaurant. The wait times were reported to be minimal and the atmosphere was inviting and spacious.
Service: The service at The City Bakery was rated by many patrons as quick and efficient. The staff was reported to be very friendly and helpful by most reviewers.