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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Baked Fresh Daily, in Soho

Balthazar Bakery, NYC
Photo by myself in Soho, at Spring Street and Broadway.

The display at Balthazar Bakery reads 'Croissants, Baguettes, Brioches'. A beautiful assortment of freshly baked breads decorate the illuminated window.

You can get deluxe sandwiches and salads here, as well as brioches, tarts, cookies and cakes. Everything looks gorgeous. There is always, always a long line of customers during lunchtime.

For a peek at their website, click here.


It's sheer coincidence that I'm showing two bread photos, back-to-back.

There are fewer things to photograph during the fall and winter months. It's been dark when I get out of the office, but I knew storefronts would be all lit up.

It seemed like everyone was walking around Soho Wednesday night, enjoying the brisk air and shopping. There are tons of sales going on. Designer stores are advertising substantial discounts, so if you are one of the lucky few with extra cash and an empty closet, now is the time!

Related posts: I Scream, You Scream, Mangia and I Deserve a Break Today.


Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Wow! I love bakeries! The smell o fresh baked breads and coffee makes any bad day happier!

dianasfaria.com said...

yummy, an appetizing photo indeed!

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Bere Tarde o temprano said...

It is sooo pretty, I want to eat!

Terry at Blue Kitchen said...

A beautiful shot, Kitty. And keep the nighttime storefronts coming--I always find such images wonderfully moody and evocative.

Spandrel studios said...

Balthazar is just one lovely treat after another... From their country French round bread to their chocolate Madeleines and pistachio cake doughnuts... Each visit, I can't help myself, but it is so worth it!

Fredrik said...

Nice bread. Is sourdough also popular in NYC? Over here, everybody talks about it.