High Line at Gansevoort Street, it is a quick walk to Chelsea Market at 75 9th Avenue. Here you'll find shops, good eats, and restaurants. If you like food, you'll want to visit!
Fat Witch Bakery. They bake their famous brownies from scratch with no preservatives - and none were listed on the labels. Just eggs, milk, chocolate, sugar, butter, flour, vanilla, and salt in their original brownie.
Fat Witch Bakery Cookbook.
Kevin and Amanda's, who simply raves about their cupcakes. I think if I haven't heard of Eleni's, I would have still been drawn into their shop.
Sarabeth's Bakery was another that drew us in. Maybe because it looked warm and cozy. Or maybe it was the large windows showing the kitchen and work space.
Sarabeth’s Bakery: From My Hands to Yours, which means recipes you can try at home! I'm adding this, along with the Fat Witch Bakery Cookbook to my holiday wish list.
Ruthy's Bakery & Cafe intrigued us enough to take a look. We will admit that we hadn't heard of them before, but it appears that they're rugelach are quite popular.