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Cream puffs in Cobble Hill?

  • efdee Jan 25, 2008 07:16 AM
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Craving delicious cream puffs in Cobble Hill or Park Slope. TIA

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  1. I'm pretty sure I've had good ones from Court Pastry.

    1. Try COURT STREET BAKERY. Sample a cannoli as well--the only good ones I've ever had. Also their tricolors and other cookies are very good--moist and flavorful, especially if you like that almondy-marzipanny taste (I do).

      The girls working there are a trip, too. I think they are selected based on 2 criteria: the length of their fingernails and the thickness of their accents : )

      Also, have you tried Sweet Melissa or that french brasserie joint on Smith?

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      1. re: Mr. Particular

        Or Marquet Patisserie on Court & Warren.

        1. re: Mr. Particular

          It's unanimous! I couldn't agree more about Court Street's cookies, just didn't realize that they made cream puffs and lobster tails too! Fantastic, thanks.

        2. If your heart can handle the calories and cholestrol, get a lobster claw. Its like a pound and 1/2 of creme puff.

          It'll change your life.

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          1. re: Larry Brooks

            My lobster claw comment was to Court Pastry. The best in this area for cream puffs. Monteleone's might be a better place overall but Court Pastry is creme puff master.