Friday, January 8, 2021

[plant-baked] debuts today on 7th Street

A new bakery called [plant-baked] opens today (Friday) at 117 E. Seventh St. between Avenue A and First Avenue.

This is the first storefront for 3B Eats, a plant-based bakery that started catering and wholesale sales (and several pop ups) on the LES during the height of the pandemic here in the spring of 2020.

Here's more about the storefront via their Instagram account:
We’ll have: 
•Classic Croissants
•Spicy Cheese Croissants
•Pain au Chocolat
•Kouign-Amann
•Masala Chai Queen
•Oat Cherry Chocolate (OCC) Cookies
•Chocolate Chip Cookies
•Palmiers
•Cranberry Chocolate Seedy Bars (gf!).

Our kitchen is free from Palm Oil, Animal Products, Sesame, Soy, Peanuts and Tree Nuts (except Coconut, because Coconut isn’t a tree nut).
Their service window is open daily starting at 8 a.m. until they sell out of stuff. 

The bakery was originally going to open last week, but the flooding as a result of the second broken water main on First Avenue at Seventh Street ended up causing damage to the oven. (Thankfully it was under warranty.) 

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cheese Croissants without animal products or nut products?

Scuba Diva said...

It's sometimes spelled "cheeze" for clarification—but yeah.

No amimal products means less mucus!

Anonymous said...

We may live in a wacky world, but vegan cheese is real, and has been for some years now.

Anonymous said...

That should be made clear, saying cheese alone means dairy

Anonymous said...

To 9:16, It is a mad mad world indeed. I would argue that vegan cheese should not be called cheese at all, maybe faux cheese or mock cheese, but my question was intended to find out what was it made of, since it's not made of nuts.

Anonymous said...

Excellent news!

Scuba Diva said...

3B Eats has been selling at several local stores for some time, notably Orchard Grocer, so I can confirm their stuff is awesome and excellent.

Adopt, Don't Shop! said...

About time!

loren said...

The goods are delicious! Go support this new business :)

Tater said...

We stopped by for some plant based dog and human treats! All delicious, but can't stop dreaming about the Kougn-Amann. Welcome to the neighborhood!