Bien CuitBakery • Brooklyn, United States
Have a bread while you're here!
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Cute little b&b. Quiet, spacious rooms, super well located, and the breakfast they put out every morning is a great touch.
So much here is so good. Try the cardamom & lemon if you're in the mood for something fresh.
Psss if they're serving pie at the cafe, especially cobbler, don't pass on it. Ask them to warm it up for you.
Iced lattes here are delish.
Hope to god the furniture you want is available in self service. If you need to go through the furniture pickup zone after paying, brace yourself for an hour or two of thumbtwiddling.
The flammekueche just might be the perfect brunch dish. Get it with mushrooms. The Basque-style pig hash is great too, and so are the blueberry pancakes.
Try the foghorn sandwich, and the kale & apple salad.
Great selection of hot & cold sandwiches, along with salads. Feels like a nicer, miniature Whole Foods with great service.
Try the spicy merguez sandwich!
Lovely little b&b just a few minutes walk from the center of town. The rooms are clean and carefully decorated; and the garden is gorgeous.
Lovely little open kitchen in the back. Try the green mole with burrata.
Sells tickets for same day / next day matinee shows, both on and off- Broadway, often for as much as half off.
Come here for the annual pillow fight. BYOPillow. Watch out for feisty NYU students.
Don't forget to check out the second floor, with its gorgeous ceiling, comfortable armchairs, and full collection of bandes dessinées.
Looking for a bite to eat when you're done with the High Line? If you're getting off in Midtown, head to Sergimmo Salumeria on 9th Ave for great Italian subs.
The third and final section of the High Line opened in September 2014 and loops around from 30th to 34th street.
The VIP sandwich truly is a delicious sandwich. What a gem to find in this pet of midtown...
Yeah yeah the avocado toast is great, but have you tried the granola? Comes with fresh fruit and honey, delicious.