Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga, the duo behind the popular wholesale bakery, showcase their quirky pastries in their first retail location—a stylish 13-seat café decked out with herringbone tile and green-and-white patterned wallpaper. Take your Brooklyn Blackout Cake (made with Brooklyn Brewery beer and salted chocolate pudding) or Bloody Mary Scone (studded with fresh horseradish, tomato and celery salt) with a Stumptown coffee.
31 Greenpoint Ave
|Cross street:||between Kent and Noble Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon, Thu-Sun 7am-6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave|
|Price:||Average baked good: $3. AmEx, MC, V|
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Ovenly is the best bakery for sweet treats in Greenpoint. You can get some of their cookies at other establishments in the neighborhood, but they’re the best from the source. The store on greenpoint ave is perfect for sitting with a coffee and a salted chocolate chip cookie. Turns out that the chocolate chips cookies are even vegan (if that matters to you). There is always seating at several tables or at the bar area. If sitting in a bakery isn’t your thing, grab some iced coffee and a couple of cookies to go – or cake if you really want to go for it - and enjoy it in Transmitter Park!