Dominique Ansel Kitchen
There was a lot of buzz when Cronut inventor Dominique Ansel opened up an outpost in the West Village this past spring, and the crowds have yet to thin out. You’ll find no gimmicky treats here though, simply classic pastries reimagined as their decadent best selves. Highlights include 48-Hour Tea-Ramisu, lemon yuzu butter tart, a buttery garlic bread croissant, a plain croissant piled high with boursin cheese and prosciutto, and the richest croque madame you can imagine. They also serve soft-serve ice cream through an adjoining window on summer weekends, with creative flavors like burrata with balsamic caramel and gianduja with orange blossom and sea salt.
By Katherine Martinelli, AFAR Local Expert
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137 7th Ave S, New York, NY 10014, USA
Sun - Sat 9am - 9pm