Halloween: No tricks, just treats at Bouchon Bakery NYC
October 28, 2009
Bouchon Bakery New York (10 Columbus Circle, NY, NY, 212.823-9364) is serious when it comes to dessert.
But the busy bakers know how to have fun too and they're dreaming up new holiday goodies to add to their delicious favorites.
Inspired by the boulangeries and patisseries of Paris, restaurateur Thomas Keller created his Bouchon bakeries to provide bread for his restaurants and add a "layer of cafe life" to the communities they serve. The bakeries are perfect for a relaxed cafe lunch, to pick up a sumptuous dessert for your next celebration or simply to soothe a sweet craving.
Doughnuts are their newest delight to bite on weekends - a best kept secret no more - and, of course, the bakers have taken the tricks out of trick or treat.
With Halloween just around the corner, we're sure you'll be 'batty' about at least one of these whimsical treats!
Bat TKOs – A Bouchon Bakery Halloween favorite; crisp, bat-shaped chocolate cookies filled with sweet white chocolate ganache
Pumpkin Brittle – This classic brittle is fused with pumpkin seeds to highlight the flavors of the season
Monday - Saturday, 8am to 9pm
Sunday, 8am to 7pm
Monday - Saturday,
11:30am to 9pm
Sunday, 11:30am to 7pm