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Bakeries in Mount Kisco/Chappaqua

nbermas Jan 20, 2009 04:16 PM

Any dark chocolate yummies I can find immediately, tell me where please and how good are these yummies. Or nearby coming from Stamford, must be dark chocolate, and must be use highest quality please, when wasting calories I want them deserved, thanks

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    wincountrygirl RE: nbermas Jan 21, 2009 02:38 AM

    Are you looking for chocolate candy or cake?

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      nbermas RE: wincountrygirl Jan 21, 2009 12:30 PM

      Chocolate little pastries

    2. jfood RE: nbermas Jan 21, 2009 11:54 AM

      there are 2 in SONO:

      Chocopologie and SONO Bake Shoppe

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        nbermas RE: jfood Jan 21, 2009 12:30 PM

        jfood: Thanks I love them bothe but I was wondering if there are any over the border?

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          jfood RE: nbermas Jan 21, 2009 01:11 PM

          jfood remembers a discussion about this bakery just past Mt Kisco Smoke House many months ago that jfood has not had the chance to visit.


          If you get there please report back.

          BTW - go to the smoke house for some very good novey lox and creamed herring.

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            i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream RE: jfood Jan 21, 2009 01:45 PM

            I love La Tulipe, but I find their pastries extremely rich. worth a visit tho!

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              wincountrygirl RE: i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream Jan 21, 2009 02:30 PM

              I agree about La Tulipe in Mt Kisco and L'Anjou behind Boston Chicken on 117 in Mt. Kisco has some excellent chocolate pastries.

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              nbermas RE: jfood Jan 22, 2009 07:02 AM

              jfood: That sounds wonderful a day of lox and chocolate just up my alley. I love kippered salmon, lox, bagels and to end with some good pastry I will be happy.

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                raider RE: nbermas Jan 26, 2009 05:14 AM

                my daughter trains at pro swing in mt kisco. our regular routine is a stop at la tulipe and at mt kisco smoke house. the smoked trout and smoked mussels are a must.

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          kleeman RE: nbermas Jan 21, 2009 06:13 PM

          If you are looking for a great bakery that serves high quality dessert and dark chocolate - try Perfect Endings Bakery in Armonk, NY. It is close to both Chappaqua, Mt. Kisco and Greenwich. I love their Chocolate Ganache tarts and cakes. If you are going for high quality - this is definitely the place for you.

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            kerryfood RE: nbermas Jan 24, 2009 12:14 PM

            We really like La Tulipe - if you are looking for some serious chocolate, their Chocolate Extreme cake (more like ganache covered mousse) is terrific - and I think it comes in their individual size as well. I also really like their non-pareils. Enjoy!

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              wincountrygirl RE: kerryfood Jan 25, 2009 03:55 AM

              ooooooo ganache covered mousee,huh? I definitely have to give that a try! La Tulip also has great croissants.

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                kerryfood RE: wincountrygirl Jan 25, 2009 03:41 PM

                Oh yeah, their croissants are to die for - and I even like their chocolate ones, which usually I find too sweet. And their macaroons - yum! And on a non-sweet note, their savory palmiers are great nibbles for parties. I'm getting hungry, good thing they aren't open right now!!!

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              apples RE: nbermas Jan 24, 2009 04:16 PM

              La Tulipe in Mt Kisco and L'Anjou behind Boston Chicken on 117 in Mt. Kisco are both great

              1. MikiLovesSugar RE: nbermas Jan 25, 2009 06:22 AM

                I always drive by Bijoux (or something with a B haha) Patisserie in Pleasantville... and I heard really great things about it when it first opened... how is it now?! It's right next to Michaels. Thanks!

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                  spa RE: MikiLovesSugar Jan 25, 2009 07:14 AM

                  Bisou. It's very, very good--and it needs more business. Stop next time and see what you think. We love their croissants, too, as well as pastry.

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                  markp123 RE: nbermas Jul 17, 2009 04:02 PM

                  The place next to Michaels went out of business I've heard...they had great almond croissants..alas...

                  L"Anjou behind boston kitchen is great..Patrice the baker actually made our wedding cake and it was awesome...

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                    wincountrygirl RE: markp123 Jul 18, 2009 03:50 AM

                    I like L'Anjou too, better than La Tulipe.

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                      Paris76 RE: wincountrygirl Jul 18, 2009 12:01 PM

                      Now funny that I prefer La tulipe than L;'anjou. I am from France and La Tulipe hits it right on the nail with thier cakes by not making them to americanized and heavy. No pies there!!

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                        wincountrygirl RE: Paris76 Jul 18, 2009 12:38 PM

                        I love thecroissants at La Tulipe - I think those are better than L'Anjou and La Tulipe's cakes are more beautiful, but I think the flavor is better at L'Anjou on the cakes. Neither is heavy, and I hate pie!!!

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                          i_eat_a_lot_of_ice_cream RE: Paris76 Jul 18, 2009 02:42 PM

                          Have you tried La Tulipe's macarons and beignets? Perfection!

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                            wincountrygirl RE: Paris76 Jul 30, 2009 06:13 AM

                            Based on posts here I went to La Tulipe on Saturday morning to buy a cake for a dinner party I gave that night. They had NO cakes in the showcase - not one. The woman behind the counter said she could bring out anything to show me so I asked about the much lauded chocolate extreme cake........... they had NO chocolate cakes either. Saturday morning, 10 o'clock. All they had was fruit stuff. I went to L'Anjou.

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                              apples RE: wincountrygirl Jul 30, 2009 05:57 PM

                              Thats ridiculous! also, try Susan Lawrence in Chappaqua, surprisingly there cakes/pies are really good and beautiful to look at. I like l'Anjou a lot too though!

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                                ktzap RE: apples Jul 30, 2009 07:22 PM

                                Jennifer's in Mt Kisco has great cakes, and they will make anything you need/want. Sadly Jennifer passed away in April unexpectedly, but her husband is keeping the kitchen open. Try it!

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                                  wincountrygirl RE: apples Jul 31, 2009 03:49 AM

                                  The cake from L'Anjou was delicious. I had a similar incident at La Tulipe a couple of years ago. I went EARLY on a Saturday morning and they had no croissants. Now they had no cakes on display. Not a good way to run a business. I have been to Jennifer's and they have rainbow cookies with the marzipan layer..... I love those!!!

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