Are you on the search for that perfect french bread? Maybe while in New York you want to sample sweet treats or savory pies? If you’re in Brooklyn and want to find a fantastic bakery, then here are a few local favorites (and within an easy driving distance of our Empire Rent A Car location in Brooklyn).

Brooklyn NYC Bakeries

1. Burrow

Baked goods meet fine art at Burrow in DUMBO. Everything on the menu reflects the influence of AYAKO KUROKAWA, a renowned patissier, pastry sculptor, and food stylist in New York City. From the bleu cheese pecans to the blueberry muffins, you’ll enjoy traditional French recipes with Japanese and American influences.

2. Clementine Bakery

For tasty eats you don’t have to feel bad about, try Clementine Bakery. They’re all about Brooklyn life, bringing their community all-natural, organic, and dairy-free baked goods. They even feature several gluten-free options. You can order a pie or cake online, or stop in for a scone, cupcake, coffee, and more.

3. Ovenly

For unique but wonderful flavor combinations, try the award-winning Ovenly. Since opening in 2010, the two female entrepreneurs who started Ovenly over a mutual love for food (one savory, the other sweet) have quickly made a name for themselves. Their menu reflects their tastes, combining their loves for sweet and savory into unique and memorable combinations like the currant-raspberry scone or the aged provolone and aged fig croissant.

Is your mouth watering yet? If you’re ready to get your hands on some of those delectable baked goods but need a way to get there, call Empire Rent A Car in Brooklyn. From economy cars to SUVs, we’re your go-to local rental company for reliable cars at affordable prices. Plus, we have locations all over the city. To find out more or hear about our current rental specials, contact our staff today at (800) 750-8782, or make a reservation online.

 

Sources:

http://burrow.nyc/

http://clementinebakery.com/

https://foursquare.com

http://www.oven.ly/

 

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