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After a century on the Upper East Side, the old-world European bakery is finally expanding. Helmed by owner Keith Cohen, the new 1,200-square-foot Upper West Side outpost features a 24-seat sidewalk café and an 18-seat indoor dining area outfitted with expansive, street-facing quartz countertops, polished concrete floors and LED lighting. Along with breads (New York rye, Swiss health), pastries (rainbow cookies, jelly doughnuts) and coffee, the location is branching out with sourdough bagels, sandwiches (turkey with aged cheddar, prosciutto with arugula) and salads (classic caprese, kale with lemon vinaigrette).
440 Amsterdam Ave
|Cross street:||between W 81st and W 82nd Sts|
|Price:||Average dish: $11|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 7am–9pm; Sun 7am–6pm|
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