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Charming Harlem bakery known for its rugelach.
If you make a daytime visit to Harlem's burgeoning new restaurant row, make sure to stop by Lee Lee's Baked Goods to experience their friendly service and try some of their world class rugelach.
Their homemade lemonade and ginger drinks go great with some seltzer and vodka.
Forget Passover and get an order in quick! If the Jews in your nabe frequent a bakery for one item that is a requirement in their festive culture, you know it's worth a taste. Must have them warm!
A neighborhood treasure! Rugelach to die for, plus delicious pies, cakes, and pastries.
When I say fresh I mean it was baked just a few minutes ago. Neighbors smell the goodness and buy immediately. High demand and low supply for this award winning pop shop. A hidden gem in Harlem.
Adictive chocolat rugelach and the most old-charm place i've seen in NY since arrived here.
You can't go wrong with Lee Lees. The apricot arougla or the rum pecan pie are truly treasures.
Dare I say, Lee Lee's rugelach are better than my grandma's? Best in the city...best anywhere.
The rugelach here is pretty much the best thing you will ever put into your mouth. Ever.
A hidden gem in Harlem that might have the best Rugleach in all of the five boroughs. It’s worth the trip to enjoy the flaky and slightly crunch delight filled with raisins and cinnamon.
The chocolate Rugelach is absolutely addicting!
This where you get the best rugelach ever made in the world by anybody at any time in history. This is the place.
Best egg and cheese I've ever had and now seasoned vegan serves home cooked meals.. It's amazing !
Best Rugelach I've ever had..truly. .. Also now serving vegan soul food..really.
Support a great local business!