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  • Joe Food Apr 30, 2005 09:30 AM
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Where's a good place to get a decent prune danish? Preferably in Manhattan, but elsewhere in the city is fine.

Thanks!

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  1. My favorite prune danish is in Riverdale, Bronx, at Mothers Bake Shop.

    I have been eating them for 30 years - still a great treat when I ride over that way.

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    1. re: David Kraft
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      Petra Mansell

      Every Since "Cojack" i have been hankering after a perfect prune danish. Can any anyone send me a good recipe seeing that i live in South Africa. Many many thanks

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        Michele Cindy

        Petra - try posting this on the home cooking board for a better response.

        1. re: Petra Mansell

          the adore is a small japanese bakery and sandwich cafe at 13th street between 5th ave and university place. they had a good prune danish!

      2. Tim Hortons!!

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        1. re: Kuhu

          Are they in Manhattan or the outer boroughs?

        2. Andre's Hungarian Bakery on Queens Blvd down the block from Knish Nosh in Forest Hills, They also make awesome cheese danish

          1. When fresh, the prune danish from the Hot & Crusty chain, with several shops in Manhattan, are surprisingly good.