I found the prices based on purchasing multiple cookies fair. There's also limited seating, so I'd take these over to gotham market or city kitchen to enjoy these cookies. Thousands of people walk through every day, looking for presents or just browsing as an activity. They have seating too and few people were there at the afternoon time. He ate most of that night and said it was pretty good. Cookies and cream - 4 way too rich.
Would I do it again? I had the green tea cookie, the one with peanut butter and chocolate, as well as the maple bacon and the hummingbird. The cookies are so pretty and amazing! You can connect the dots yourself. Begun as an online business in 2011 and moved to a 45h Street Brick and Mortar location by 2015 it is from Nebraska-born Zachary Schmahl that Schmackary's came to New York, the idea to bake Cookies just down the street from Levain intrepid but still paying off over three years later even as other places such have Chip have recently entered the market. Wanted to buy few cookies and stopped by on seeing the sign outside. We have eaten there many times before shows, and after letting the waiter know our timing needs they have never failed to provide necessary service to accommodate. Eponymous for Schmahl's nickname and homey from day one, a small seating area with newspapers just left of the counter lined in Cookies, Muffins, Scones and more, it is immediately on entry that guests are welcomed by tantalizing smells and pleasant service while prices trend lower than average for The Big Apple. Katie Coulson Bottom line, Maryland and its seafood will forever be my home.
Don't pass on this one if it's available. Daily there are different cookies highlighted. It was a good place to get a tasty, solid meal before a show. The customer service didnt help. Warm, chewy with lots of sprinkles! The winter market at Bryant Park surrounds a ginormous Christmas tree which overlooks an ice skating rink.
I love a good sweet and salty balance. Each menu that New York City offers, has a unique selection of starters, salads, mains and desserts that usually settle my cravings, and if not, there are 7,965 more options available. They cater to tourists and locals alike. The cookies were perfect soft with a good balance of crunch on the outside and tasty. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Condé Nast.
However, hopefully in the near future as a post-grad, New York may become my new home. Had to wait just couple of minutes to get them. Oh well, it's all perspective. There's a variety of coffee beverages, and decently priced milk shakes as well. My Aunt Judy's favorite is an everything bagel scooped then filled with avocado, lox and a sprinkle of sea salt and pepper.
After surmizing all the choices, i picked the Funfetti one with the white icing on top! But, it takes a lot for me to want to pay someone else to make one for me instead of doing it on my own. We ordered one of each but my favorite was the chcolate chip and the gingerbread. The four of us gals were looking for sweets, especially since one of the gals is pregnant! Sarabeth's puts a New York twist on all of our favorite seafoods, and offers a friendly and warm environment to go along with it. Thoughts on which to pick, knowing that it's a very subjective choice? The cookies are decently sized for the price. It sounded the most interesting but turned out to be my least favorite as I found the icing to be too sweet. It was very, very good, and way too much food.
Just the right amount of sweetness! The cookies have a nice texture with bold but not overwhelming flavor. The line that was spilling out the door caught my attention and made me stop. Dude, these cookies are awesome! There are endless opportunities to pack between the two halves of the bagel. I did not get a chance to taste the cookies but the person who got them later told me that they liked the peanut butter and chocolate chip one. Katie Coulson on Amsterdam Avenue is yet another perfect place to get that seafood craving fulfilled.
The service is always friendly, but the line can get insanely long. The staff is friendly, they can handle crowds and did I mention the cookies were soooo good! Around every corner is a bakery, ice cream store, doughnut shop, and of course, a people need their frappaccinos! However, they also have other classic and unique flavors such as Red Velvet, Cookies and Cream, Green Tea, Funfetti, Lucky Charms, and more! About five years ago, we sat across Bruce Springsteen and his wife. I take all my friends here, raving about how amazing the cookie flavors are and how each one is a lil piece of heaven! And always remember, kids: violence is never the answer. The hummingbird featured oats, pineapple, banana, coconut, cinnamon, toasted pecans, and tofu cream cheese frosting. I seem to recall the prices being more reasonable than most of Times Square, not to mention Manhattan as a whole. They had special pricing if you buy more - I got six of them, assorted flavors - chocolate chip, peanut butter, peppermint ones I remember.
Katie Coulson For some reason, Maryland bagels just cannot compare. Katie Coulson I ordered the rigatoni and ate it almost too fast, not stopping in between bites to breathe. The cookies are pretty good though, and the reason you come here. Shhhhh, don't tell anyone else! I did not realize this place was so popular! After much deliberation I tried the butterscotchie cookies which is a delectable blend of oatmeal and butterscotch}, chocolate chip cookies, and the choco coconut cookie. The cookies here are pretty close to what you would consider your stereotypical cookies.
Apparently, needed pricey building repairs plus rent increases forced them to close. From flying earrings to self-smackery, Pokémon, and more, here are the movies that make every slap hit you to your core—and then some. They close on midnight most days and are open til 11pm all others. As for seating, there are a 2-3 high tables by the window and 2 long benches outside. You have to try to squeeze into this tiny door with people constantly coming in and out and yelling excuse me, and there isn't a well-defined way to stand either once you're inside, so all these tourists look confused and lost most of the time. We thought this would be a good other option to Levain Bakery but it wont make that list. I've also started going to Theater Row Diner on 42nd St, as it's close to the Pod Hotel Times Sq which is where I've been staying.