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Dominique Ansel Bakery
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189 Spring St New York, NY 10012
189 Spring StreetUSNew YorkNew York10012
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Today 8AM–7PM
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This bakery-cafe headed by pastry chef Dominique Ansel serves up creative & beautiful French treats.- Google
"Staff really nice, food really good except a little overpriced for size"
"Wonderful pastries, snotty staff, long lines, high prices."
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Evan Ferguson
2 weeks ago
I mean here's the deal. The cruton dessert things weren't really good. A homeless guy wouldn't even take ours. And these birds were just so fat. They obviously ate the leftovers. I think there's a pile of diabetic dead birds in a corner. I'm not really joking. So the other stuff was cool looking and I think you should make up your own mind. Just be yourself.
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Rafael Yau
a week ago
Great bakery to sit and enjoy their pastries. Staffs are friendly and nice. Every time I come here I get excited to try the cronut. It's so yummy and have the right texture and flakeyness. Atmosphere is super chill and laid back. Overall great concept here and everyone should try this place out.
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Fang Han
a week ago
Decent bakery, but I wonder if it's worth waiting in line for 20 plus minutes. Frozen s'more was stunning. Lavender almond croissants can often get greasy. Their famed DKA is not bad but not impressive either. Coffees were plain and overpriced.
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Denise L
2 weeks ago
There's often a lineup here in the morning for cronuts in the summer. The line is shorter in the winter and sometimes I'll pop by for a treat. I prefer the West village location which feels more relaxing though.
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Simcha Grieve
2 weeks ago
Tourist trap? Perhaps. The 20 minute line is sure to make you think so. But golly gosh those croissants and pastries are heavenly! If you want the famous Cronut rumor has it you have to get there before 10-11AM. Yikes!
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Hafsa Kamal
2 months ago
Nice selection of sweets. The chocolate eclair has been my favorite! I could not stop eating it even when I had two of those. Will try more of their charming desserts.
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Antonio Brown
2 months ago
Loved the entire experience. Lovely, professional staff. Very orderly. Great service. Not my favourite cronut this past September but I'm hoping to visit again soon to try a different flavor. Glad I had the experience finally :)
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Jeremiah Tay
a week ago
The cronut were really good, but be prepared to queue for them. They sell out at around 10 in the morning, so be there by 945am if you want one. Each person can only purchase w cronuts. The other pastries look really pretty but aren't really to die for.


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