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Ferrara Bakery & Cafe - 44 Reviews - 195 Grand St, New York, NY 10013-3717, New York, NY - Bakeries Reviews - Phone (212) 226-6150

Ferrara Bakery & Cafe

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195 Grand St, New York, NY 10013-3717
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(212) 226-6150
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Best

I recently had my first trip to Ferraras!! I crave their pastries ever since then!! It was my daughters Birthday and the owner were there, They gave her a cake and everyone sang...

Worst

Good desert and great location but usually very long line ups. It is expensive but is a well known touristy thing to do if you are a tourist - a NY experience but not worth it for...

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Touristy but awesome 5/16/2006

Ferrara's is _the_ Little Italty destination. They have a great selection of Italian pastries and cakes and truly excelent gellato. It's also low, crowded and noisy, especially during festival season (when many of the tables are not used for seating but to display special cakes that are only available that time of year). especially worth your time is their lemon sorget, strawgerry gellato and rainbow cakes. more

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Fabolous Bakery 4/16/2006

This Italian bakery located in the border of China Town and Little Italy in Manhattan. I can not say enough good thing about this bakery, they have big selection of Italian pastry, cake, cookie and gelato. My all time favorite is their sacratorte, a chocolate cake with chocolate icing, I just can't get enough of it. more

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Good gelato, great location 3/27/2006

I love, love, LOVE, Little Italy; and although Ferrara's is all the way on Grand, away from the other dessert restaurants of Little Italy, I'd venture over there if it meant that I would be able to get some late night gelato. My friends used to work there and so I was there fairly often. The ambience, desserts, and service are all great. Ferrara's will probably be around for a long time; it is a big tourist attraction for those who are in the Chinatown vicinity, and they never seem to be low in customers. more

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Little Italy Landmark - A Real NYC Experience 2/4/2006

If you have been paying attention, Little Italy is shrinking. Not like Venice, which is sinking, but the crush of Chinese businesses has been nibbling at the borders for years. Standing tall all this time, Ferrara has managed to survive, even thrive, amid an ocean of dumplings and soy sauce. These folks serve wonderful, authentic Italian baked specialties (also expensive which explains the 4, not 5 stars). My mom took us here for gelato and sfogliatella (a clam shell shaped, sweet ricotta filled Neapolitan treat). as kids and I don't think much has changed over the decades except the price. My wife's Irish relatives came for a visit a few years back and I took them on an NYC tour that ended near midnight with gelato at Ferrara's. Years later, they still remarked that it was the greatest treat and most memorable part of their visit. A piece of NYC history. Long may it thrive. more
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The Best Bakery in The New York Metro Area , come in and Taste our home made gelato!!

Owner Message

  • Scott’s Seafood is a Bay Area tradition in the heart of downtown San Jose.  Our American regional cuisine features the freshest seafood, past, and USDA prime, dry-aged steaks.  Relax with a cocktail from our full bar or let our masterful wait staff help choose the perfect wine to complement your meal. Enjoys views of San Jose and the surrounding hills of Silicon Valley from the 6th floor.

Editorial

  • Italian/French bakery in Little Italy serves specialty coffees and desserts, creates one-of-a-kind wedding cakes, and offers metro delivery.

  • 12/3/2008 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Neighborhoods:

    Downtown, Little Italy
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