Padoca Bakery

Row 1

Details
359 E 68th St (1st Avenue)
New York, NY 10065
Bakery
$
Hours
Mon–Fri: 7:00 AM–7:00 PM Sat–Sun: 8:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Get the pao de queijo!! So fluffy and delicious!
  • Great decor(swing chair), awesome coffee & great breakfast foods. Hard to find a better place to start off your Saturday with!
  • The chicken empada is great! A little on the dry side but worth to try.
  • great brownie that is nice company for the tasty espresso they serve.
  • Brazilian stuffed cheese-rolls (pao-de-queijo), empadas, guaran, nice environment but don't expect a Brazilian-like padaria!
  • Great coffee and Sunday morning shakshuka.
  • Lovely caf .. Loved their latte also their banana chocolate muffin. There is a park with swings right in front
  • Todo es delicioso tanto el caf como los postres, pero la ambientacin es bellsima y el personal sper amable.
  • Pricey but tasty and unique. Lots of gluten free options!
  • Great place for a quick breakfast that is delicious and delightful. Good selection of treats and nice strong macchiatos! A touch pricey.
  • Macchiato & whole wheat pear bread, perfectly sweet. Not too much and not too little. Lots to choose from. Tip: Great if you're visiting NY Presbyterian Cornell Hospital and need a break.
  • $3usd for this small piece of Pao de Queijo (Brazilian cheese bread) but it's yummy! Chewy and fragrant. Worth a try!
  • O ambiente lindo e aconchegante, o po de queijo e o biscoito de polvilho so deliciosos!!!! e tem guaran!!!
  • This place is the real deal!! Their coffee is excellent but that only the tip of the iceberg. From the PDQ to their way above average aai bowl this is an UES gem. Very much recommended to all!
  • Cute spot. Try one of the unique brioche flavors.
  • It's solid. Had one of their stuffed brioche things.
  • Try the coffee cake. You won't regret it.
  • Good coffee, friendly staff.
  • Cold brew isn't bad, good aai bowls, interesting/tasty pastries. A welcome addition to the neighborhood.
  • Very interesting decor!