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Sullivan St Bakery

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  • Chelsea
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  1. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Pizza zucchini at Sullivan St Bakery

  2. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Prosciutto and mozzarella panini at Sullivan St Bakery

  3. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Bomboloni at Sullivan St Bakery

  4. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Sullivan St Bakery

  5. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Sullivan St Bakery

  6. Photograph: Filip Wolak
    Photograph: Filip Wolak

    Sullivan St Bakery

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Time Out says

Having developed a following of carb-loving devotees with his Hell’s Kitchen flagship, acclaimed dough puncher Jim Lahey brought his superlative breads to Chelsea with this wood-laden spin-off in July 2012. For little more than a Hamilton, you can load up on a panino built atop Lahey’s trusty loaf—the combo of salty prosciutto, rich buffalo mozzarella and pickled shishito peppers is a standout ($11). Crunchy, cracker-thin pizzas are as pretty as tarts, layered with golden-edged slices of potato and rosemary, or shredded zucchini with gooey Gruyère ($3.50 each). But the showstopper is the airy bomboloni, a gem at $3.50, filled with super-light vanilla-bean custard, flecked with lemon zest and sprinkled with powdered sugar.

Details

Address:
236 Ninth Ave
New York
10011
Cross street:
between 24th and 25th Sts
Transport:
Subway: C, E to 23rd St
Price:
Average sandwich: $11. AmEx, Disc, MC, V
Opening hours:
Daily 7am–7pm
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