really cute window caught our eye...along with that word "bakery" and "tuscan"
second window had an old fashioned scale
this was under the countertops....beautiful
very large tip jar, marble counters and free tastings .....
should have tried the pizza as looked really good
such a cute bag they packed those cookies in ....
the wonderful cookies...now they are $29.00 a pound However they are worth every penny! And you do not have to get a whole pound...they were so nice here and I will most definitely be back....it is a must see in the village. The cookies with the chocolate chunks are called Cantucci (similar to biscotti but different texture) and the second one are “Bruttiboni” (“ugly-but-good”), also known as "Mandorlati di San Clemente," are sweets typical of Prato. They are mostly made of white sweet almonds, egg white, sugar and hazelnuts...shaped by hand and cooked in the oven on a thin wafer.
I cannot say enough how amazing these were.....but they were amazing. Make a note of this place. You will be happy you did after you leave. Trust me.
91 Christopher St (between Bleecker St and Seventh Ave South) Greenwich Village
Subway: 1 to Christopher St–Sheridan Sq
Cannoli Dreams for You.....until next post