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Hand crafted goods of character
If you’re going to Gramercy on a Saturday, the advice is to arrive early to beat the queue and ensure you get your hands on one of their crisp, chewy baguettes - undoubtedly one of the best examples in town.
Bakery Gramercy has a small, but exquisite selection of hand-crafted breads and pastries and coffee. It’s mostly a takeaway operation, but there are some indoor and outdoor tables available.
The bakery is run by owner James Whyte, who bakes bread in a traditional way, using natural ingredients. In another life, Whyte worked in London in commercial real estate, but when the GFC hit, he decided to switch industries and trained at the French Culinary Institute in New York City.