BY ANGELA MATUA
This Russian bakery made its American debut in Long Island
City when it moved into the Falchi building at 31-00 47th Ave.
Though it specializes in more savory goods like chicken, cabbage
and rabbit pies Stolle Bakery also serves up sweet options. You
can pick up pies stuffed with raspberry, plum, apple, dried apricot
and more. Chocolate lovers can order a dark chocolate and poppy
seed pie or chocolate bun.
Il Fornaio Bakery
This bakery and deli located at 29-14 30th Ave. in Astoria serves everything
a diner may need. In addition to its deli section, Il Fornaio makes a wide selec-tion
of Italian baked goods, cupcakes and treats for specific holidays. They also
specialize in custom cake making. From birthdays to anniversaries baker Marco
Vicari creates cakes for your superhero-loving toddler, chocolate-obsessed friends
and everything in between.
This Long Island City bakery, with locations
across the city, has its origins in Atlixco, Mexi-co.
Using their grandmother Lupita Dorado’s
recipes, the Dorado family opened their first
location in Sept. 1984. Now, there are eight
locations citywide serving up a variety of
treats. At Pasteles Capy, you can order
chococaramel, red velvet, cappuccino, pe-can,
peach and more cakes. Customers can
also order flan, mini cheesecakes, mousse,
fruit-stuffed croissants and if you’re feeling
thirsty, Pasteles Capy offers Mexican sodas.
Visit Pasteles Capy at 41-10 29th St.
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Photos via Instagram/Marco_Vicari
Photo via Instagram/StolleUSA