Du Jour Bakery

Row 1

365 5th Ave (btwn 5th & 6th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(347) 227-8953
Mon–Fri: 7:00 AM–7:00 PM Sat–Sun: 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Their monkey bread is sweet and fluffy, easy to love.
  • French pastry meets American comfort food. Go for the monkey bread or Nutella crepe cake on your first visit.
  • Cheddar Chive Biscuit, Bacon Scone, Everything Pretzel, Plum Crazy Iced Tea, egg sandwich, cappuccino, and the list goes on. Everything served here is beautiful. And really delicious.
  • Get the almond croissant gets baked to perfection.
  • Tasting Table Choc Chip Cookie List:"...these pretty (and pretty delicious) cookies from Talde's former bread bakers. Their versions amps up the chocolate to dough ratio, making for one sweet bite"
  • French toast: Amazing. Croque Monsieur: disappointing.
  • Very nice muffins. So good. Macchiato was good, but he muffins kept me there.
  • In my opinion, the best bakery in Park Slope. Everything is amazing but their signature is the almond biscuit.
  • Eggs Norway, cold brew, chocolate chunk cookie
  • Really good cold brew and good chocolate chip cookies. Look forward to trying more there.
  • The quiche is fantastic and I am normally not a quiche guy
  • Baby and toddler central, I don't know what parents are thinking. No concern for people wanting a quiet meal.
  • Their pastries look amazing, but the lunch sandwich I had was mediocre and served on cheep toaster bread. Perhaps I came here for the wrong thing, but I would not recommend the meal I had for lunch.
  • Some of the delectable classic French and American baked goods are even made fresh twice a day.
  • Went for brunch, had an amazing cheeseburger!
  • French toast, chicken & Waffles, strawberry cheesecake basically everything!!!
  • Double Chocolate Fudge Cookie ($1.75)
  • Amazingly stroller friendly. Including the bathrooms, which also have changing tables.
  • Maple bacon doughnut.
  • great spot to do work

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