Almondine Bakery

Bakery, Café
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85 Water St (btwn Dock & Main St)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 797-5026
Monday
7:30am - 6:30pm
Tuesday
7:30am - 6:30pm
Wednesday
7:30am - 6:30pm
Thursday
7:30am - 6:30pm
Friday
7:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday
7:30am - 6:30pm
Sunday
10:00am - 6:00pm

Menu

Tips

  • This charming French patisserie serves eye-catching treats. Seating is limited to five tables and a breakfast bar, so arrive earlyyou may be able to score an almond croissant before they run out.
  • Their croissants and chocolate chip cookies are excellentbut don't overlook their flaky-crusted squares of fruit tarts, superior oat streusel-topped raspberry muffins, or weekend jelly doughnuts.
  • Almond croissants are to die for!
  • Yum found my new coffee place
  • The almond croissants are so good they'll melt your face off in deliciousness.
  • French macaroons are awesome...esp black currant. Love their variety of flavors and colors.
  • Go for the almond croissant
  • I love their quiches for a quick lunch! Cash only.
  • Get a croissant first thing when they open - truly amazing experience. Fluffy buttery warmth that melts in your mouth.
  • This DUMBO bakery sustained serious damage after Hurricane Sandy, and was forced to close for almost a year. Theyre back up and running now, and their almond croissant makes New York a better place.
  • The scent of baked sugar wafts out of Almondine Bakery every morning and before you know it, your nose will lead you into the bakery. Order an assortment of French macaroons or an almond croissant!
  • Seriously damaged by Hurricane Sandy...hopefully they can get back soon because this is the spot for A+ baked goods
  • Adorable French bakery! Tried the almond croissant after reading everyone's tips and it didn't disappoint! Chai latte is also perfect on a chilly day.
  • Try the almond croissant! Whether it's studio-wide treats on Fridays or the spread at Creative Mornings, the croissants here are delicious. We've also been known to pick up a few cakes for birthdays.
  • quiche, croissants
  • Jacques Torres's bakery picks up where his chocolate shop leaves offwith fruit tarts, muffins, and macaroons, concocted by partner Herv Poussot, plus sandwiches on organic bread.
  • Cash only!
  • great coffee, annoying kids, moms in yoga pants.
  • Hands down, home to NYC's best croissant.
  • weekdays: Get a "rocher" - dark chocolate ganache balls with hazelnuts... perfect breakfast/mid day chocolate infusion: only $1.25! weekends: get a beignet. Everything is awesome. I love this place.

Nearby places

66 Water St (btw Dock St & Main St)
Main St (Plymouth St)
33 Main St (at Water St)