Padoca Bakery

Row 1

359 E 68th St (1st Avenue)
New York, NY 10065
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!
  • Best food in all of NYC Megan is so nice and chef rockie is so talented a must have
  • Great decor(swing chair), awesome coffee & great breakfast foods. Hard to find a better place to start off your Saturday with!
  • The PDQ is what keeps them coming back
  • These innocent-looking rolls are Brazilian cheese bread, a magical balance of fluffy, eggy and cheesy. Get one (or five)plain or amped up as a hamand queso sandwich.
  • Great cookies, and good coffee. A large selection of pastries and a nice decor.
  • Delicious, creative pastries and quality coffee (iced & hot). A bit pricey. Ok, it's expensive.
  • I should have known to not come to a bakery for an acai bowl. it wasn't bad, but I missed some fresh fruit, and nicer presentation.
  • Great pan de queso
  • Well take any excuse to eat jelly doughnuts, but Padoca's powdered-sugar-dusted, raspberry-filled sufganiyot are perfectionand theyre only available for eight short days (December 24 to January 1).
  • 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!