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Jennifer's Way Bakery

Jennifer's Way Bakery

263 E. 10th St. (between 1st Ave and Ave A)
(646) 682 – 9501

Dedicated GF Bakery

Offering baked treats that are free of Gluten, Dairy, Soy, Peanuts and Refined Sugar. Committed to using quality, labeled non-GMO products.

 

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This is the bakery that I was most excited to visit on our trip to New York.  It was founded by Jennifer Esposito and she has done a great job of promoting awareness of Celiac Disease and taking something in her life that was hard and turning it into a positive.  

 

Sadly, this bakery disappointed me. While it is a good start for Jennifer, I am hesitant to send tourists here who are looking for a place to rest a bit and enjoy their gluten free treats.

 

We visited Jennifer’s Way Bakery in the mid-morning.  From the photos online, I thought it would be a large enough space for us to get a cup of coffee and enjoy a breakfast pastry. 

 

Jennifer is doing a great job with the recipes and the baking, as everything we sampled was moist and flavorful.  Gluten Free Menu includes bread, bagels, cookies, muffins, and cupcakes.

 

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Unfortunately, the selection of baked goods was pretty limited.  

 

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While the bakery has great character, I was actually surprised by how tiny the bakery is.  They do have a small table, but this is more of a walk-up and carryout bakery than a sit down bakery.

 

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The bagels were some of the best I have tried to date, but we were disappointed when they told us they could not toast them. 

 

Even more surprising, the bakery is lacking in a few essentials, such as water.  They did not have anything to drink.  No coffee or tea, which I tried to understand.  Although how hard is it to heat some water and have a few tea bags?  So we asked for cups of water to drink and they did not even have enough paper cups for water!  We had to share a glass.

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