The much awaited Supermoon Bakehouse has finally opened in New York City. The owner of Supermoon Bakehouse also owns the famous Mr. Holmes Bakehouse in San Francisco. According to the owner of Supermoon Bakehouse, it took about two years until they finally found the perfect location for Supermoon Bakehouse. The decor of the place is bright and airy, with iridescent holographic boxes lined up against the wall. There is an open kitchen where you can get a glimpse of the bakers rolling out the pastries.
There is no paper menu, but once you walk in the store you see a line of pastries that you can give you an idea of what to choose from. The trickiest part is deciding what you want to get. Supermoon Bakehouse has a wide array of choices for pastries, those including: croissants, doughnuts, and cruffins.
What’s a cruffin you ask?
Probably their most famous pastry; it’s a hybrid of a crossiant and a muffin and it is perfectly flaky and delicious. Pictured below is the eggnog cruffin.
Every pastry is like a work of art, each beautiful to look at and also to eat. The secret behind Supermoon Bakehouse pastries is that they import their butter from Paris. In addition, if you order 6 or more pastries, it will be packaged in the beautiful holographic sliding boxes.
Come to Supermoon Bakehouse now for their limited edition holiday flavors:
- Eggnog Cruffin
- Mulled Wine Croissant
- Pumpkin Doughnut
- Gingerbread Doughnut
- Ferrero Rocher
- Peppermint Chocolate Fudge
Check out Supermoon Bakehouse Instagram as their menu changes daily and don’t forget to try their holiday flavors before they run out! Supermoon Bakehouse is located in the LES, 120 Rivington Street.
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