Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Brooklyn-based Bakeri now serving bread, croissants and coffee on East 6th Street

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The owners of Bakeri, with locations in Williamsburg and Greenpoint, have just opened a cafe at 627 E. Sixth St. between Avenue B and Avenue C.

The East Village outpost — called Bakerita — carries Bakeri's homemade bread and pastries as well as Counter Culture Coffee.

And here's more about them, via the Bakeri website:

We opened in 2009 with the goal of bringing small batch, European-style bread to our community. We added a small café with homemade pastries and high-quality coffee. Our roots are from Northern Europe but our day-to-day changes depending on what we’re inspired by...

Bakerita is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday; and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. on weekends.


Gojira said...

Ohmigod, a place to actually buy decent bread east of Union Square? I'll be checking them out this weekend!

Anonymous said...

I wish them well, but the low foot traffic on this block works against them. The coffee shop there previously didn't seem to do much business. Betola, a coffee shop on 6th between A and B, opened in May 2012 and closed in May 2013. Their sign is still on the window. That space is now used by a construction firm, with people hunched over desks viewing blueprints.

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Anonymous said...

Cute space. The baguette for $3 was good, but nothing compared to She Wolf. Other breads were pricey at $7 and $9, but what else is new?

ENZS said...

So excited to have this gorgeous coffee shop in our building.
Every inch of this space was created with love,
Welcome Welcome 💕💕💕

ENZS said...

Bakeri is fantastic in Williamsburg and Greenpoint
We are so lucky to hove them