Francois Payard Bakery

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Details
116 W Houston St (at Sullivan & Thompson St)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 995-0888
Bakery, Desserts
$ $
Hours
Mon–Sat: 7:00 AM–8:00 PM Sun: 9:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Macaron ice cream sandwiches EXIST!
  • Get the rich and creamy dreamy hot chocolate.
  • On the menu at this pastry mavens rustic West Houston bakery? Everything from orange blossom donuts and cinnamon buns to Nioise salads, croquet monsieurs, soups, and quiches. Go hungry.
  • Passionfruit macarons are a standout, where the gentle, sunny yellow cookie shells are speckled in brown and filled with an easy-to-love ganache.
  • Ice cream macarons here are fairly unique, but most of the pastries are good.
  • Great pastries here, mostly French but with some fun twists.
  • Breakfast sandwich (applewood bacon, eggs, tartar sauce) is solid, if a little on the salty side.
  • Try the croque monsieur - Crunchy & the shredded cheese on top is a real kicker.
  • Breakfast sandwich and chicken sandwich are my lunch go-to's. They also have one of the best macarons in the city. -Erica C
  • Best sandwiches I've ever eaten. The bread is outstanding, and the homemade mozzarella is absolutely perfect. Be sure to try the pastries or macaroon ice cream sandwiches, which are to die for.
  • Eat anything with chocolate in it. I mean it.
  • Stop by for an almond croissant
  • You must try the pistachio gelato sandwich with a raspberry filling. Its become everyones favorite next to the strawberry cheesecake gelato sandwich.
  • On Macaron day, the birth of the Macaron doughnut is the gift we all deserve. This beauty will be available at all Payard locations in NYC for only $5. Sun, 3/20.
  • World famous bread and pastries that do live up to their reputation. Bread "happy hour" after 5p weekdays is also a good deal.
  • Salted Carmel macaroon is heaven
  • Craving something savory? Try the ham cheese croissant..light airy crispy wowsers!
  • they have several locations in the city
  • The chocolate croissants are perfect. They're like a Proust Madeline with the power to transport the eater to Europe.
  • Terrible cappuccino, avoid.