Baker’s Pride by Saveur.com I’ve got the biggest sweet tooth of anyone I know, so when I first walked into the Artopolis bakery in Astoria, a largely Greek neighborhood in Queens, New York, it was love at first sight. There were ten different kinds of baklava alone, some studded with walnuts, pistachios, or coconut, others
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The Pastries and Aromas of Greece by NY Times IT all started with a sweet, cinnamon-tinted whiff. The subway roaring above, I crossed the street and followed my curiosity to the Greek bakery tucked in the corner of a shopping complex in Astoria, Queens. That afternoon, the first of my
TALE OF OLYMPIAN GOLD CENTERS ON WORLD-CLASS PASTRIES
Galaktoboureko, a specialty of Ithaca, Greece, is a kind of custard pie encased in several layers of phyllo brushed with melted butter. It is shown as made by the Artopolis bakery and patisserie in New York City.
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CAN’T GO TO GREECE? VISIT ARTOPOLIS IN QUEENS by NY Times Athens-built shop in Queens features world-class assortment of pastries The Artopolis bakery in New York City has an authentic look of Greece. The bakery’s owners had it designed and built in Greece, then disassembled and shipped it to the United States. Its ocher walls
Food Fit For The Gods by Times Herald
Greek pastry of phyllo, honey and great taste Galaktoboureko, a specialty of Ithaca, Greece, is a custard pie encased in layers of phyllo brushed with melted butter.