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Cream puffs in Cobble Hill?

efdee Jan 25, 2008 07:16 AM

Craving delicious cream puffs in Cobble Hill or Park Slope. TIA

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    IrinaD RE: efdee Jan 25, 2008 08:17 AM

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

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      Mr. Particular RE: efdee Jan 25, 2008 09:06 AM

      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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        MShapiro RE: Mr. Particular Jan 25, 2008 10:45 AM

        Or Marquet Patisserie on Court & Warren.

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          efdee RE: Mr. Particular Jan 25, 2008 10:51 AM

          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.

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          Larry Brooks RE: efdee Jan 25, 2008 09:18 AM

          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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            Larry Brooks RE: Larry Brooks Jan 25, 2008 09:21 AM

            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.

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