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Chinatownlady Aug 25, 2013 10:13 AM

Where can you find the best bakery in NYC with a wide delicious bread selection (French breads, Italian breads, etc etc)? We are dreaming of a little French bread bakery and can't find anything similar in NYC. Thanks for any suggestions!!

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  1. Justpaula RE: Chinatownlady Aug 25, 2013 01:56 PM

    It can be a schlep for many people, as it is in a strip mall in East Elmhurst, but you will not be disappointed by the bread (and the pastries, and definitely the Almond Croissant) at Cannelle Patisserie. Their baguette is a thing of wonder - and I am not really a bread person, but this is good stuff. In addition to their wonderful French pastries and baguettes, they have a nice selection of other breads of which I have read very positive reviews. Just be sure to get there on the earlier side as they do sell out.

    http://cannellepatisserie.com/

    1. mielimato RE: Chinatownlady Aug 26, 2013 08:37 AM

      The best handmade french bakery that I have been to in Queens is La Boulangerie in Forest Hills. They make all the breads and pastries on premise. It has a nice area to eat and drink your cafe au laits. Lots of moms and their children on weekend mornings.

      http://www.yelp.com/biz/la-boulangeri...

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        Pookipichu RE: Chinatownlady Aug 26, 2013 11:34 AM

        Canelle makes fantastic bread and has good selections. Had a really delicious fig and walnut bread there.

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          Olive123 RE: Chinatownlady Aug 27, 2013 09:53 AM

          It is not inexpensive and focus is French, but we have gotten some very tasty bread at Bien Cuit on Smith Street in Brooklyn. http://biencuit.com/

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