New Yorkers, prepare yourselves for what is sure to be the latest viral food sensation: a birthday cake croissant.
The croissant, created by chef Thiago Silva for Union Fare’s Gastrohall, will be available to the public beginning tomorrow at 11 a.m., when the bakery officially opens. The funfetti birthday cake croissant with a mascarpone filling will be sold for $5.
Other croissant offerings include cookies and cream, crème brûlée, everything, green tea, ham and cheese, peanut butter and jelly, and red velvet. According to the official website, the bakery will also offer “scrumptious pastries,” “fresh-baked breads,” and “delightful sweet and savory treats,” all of which are “imaginatively inspired and uniquely prepared” by Silva, the executive pastry chef of the bakery.
The gastropub will also have a Café & Wine Bar, Street Food, Poke, Charcuterie, a Raw Bar, and more.
Union Fare also has a restaurant, which is currently open and taking reservations. It offers “contemporary American cuisine” by chef Yvan Lemoine.
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