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face painting, food,
music, beer, competition
and fun for all!
A Neighborhood Tradition - Always Keeping Up With Old Favorites
and Deliciously Bringing You New Favorites About Rudy’s Bakery and Café!
Rudy’s opened in 1934, and for more than 80 years we’ve stayed true to
our roots. We’re still serving old-world favorites like Beinenstich, Strudel
and our famous Black Forest Cake, but now we offer a whole new collection
of sweet and savory treats. In fact, we recently reopened our Café and
added quite a few items to the menu - including Flourless Chocolate Cake,
Oatmeal Marshmallow Sandwiches and Salted Caramel Cake, as well as a
full line of Vegan and Gluten-Free delights All Special orders receive
personal and individual attention.
Antonetta Binanti, or “Toni” as she’s affectionately known to her
Owner - Antonetta “Toni” Binanti
friends, was born in a small town near Naples, Italy. The youngest of four children, she immigrated to Queens at the age of
13 with her siblings. Two years later, she began working for her uncle, Ralph Difonzo, at his bakery in Astoria. When
Difonzo purchased Rudy’s Bakery, in Ridgewood, in the early 1980’s, Toni continued to work at his side, mastering her
customer service skills and learning the bakery business. Recognizing her commitment and talent, Toni’s uncle encouraged
her to enroll in an evening baking school to hone her craft. In 2003, when her beloved uncle passed away, Toni assumed
full responsibility of the business
Toni has been an active and integral part of the Ridgewood community for over 35 years. She currently serves on
the board of the Myrtle Avenue Business Improvement District, and has been honored by the New York City Council and
the New York State Assembly. In 2011, Toni was named Business Person of the Year by the Ridgewood Democratic Club,
and she was recently recognized by Assemblyman Mike Miller as one of 2018’s Women of Distinction.
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Ridgewood, NY 11385
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BATTLE OF THE
A Celebration of the 1769
arbitration agreement between
Newtown, Queens and Bushwick,
Brooklyn. Brooklyn and Queens will
battle it out over a series of events
that will test wits, skills, knowledge,
and luck. The borough with the most
points after all of the events will
determine who’s the baddest in the
battle of the boroughs and will win
bragging rights to the first annual
Battle of the Borough Trophy.
AUGUST 11, 2018
The Vander Ende Onderdonk House
1820 Flushing Ave, Ridgewood, NY
Beer provided by Bridge and Tunnel Brewery
Arts and Crafts by Supermoon Art Space
Food by Ridgewood Kiwanis
and supported by Greater Ridgewood Youth Council
battle of brains,
brawn and bellies!
It is open to all ages with a $5 suggested donation
Co-Author of the
best selling book
“Breaking the Tax Code”
Salvatore P. Candela, EA, ATA, ABA
Enrolled Agent - Tax Advisor