Bakeri has often been touted as Brooklyn's best European-style eatery, and with two outposts—one in Williamsburg, one in Greenpoint—that each have their own unique character, visitors can now enjoy twice the sweet and savory offerings amid the eclectic interiors that are arguably some of the most Instagrammed spots in the borough.
Bakeri's Greenpoint location is perhaps best known for its signature floral wall which is the creation of French designer, Nathalie Lété. While patrons often vie for the cozy two-top surrounded by blooms just inside the entrance, it's just as delightful to sit at the back counter and watch the bakers in the open kitchen while sipping a latte and noshing on the fruits of their labor. Every inch of the space is warm, inviting, and well thought-out—and the entire experience is a real treat for all ages (and all senses)!
Favorite things to order (with kids):
- Avocado tartine with lemon, cumin, olive oil and grey sea salt
- Biscuit of the day with scrambled eggs and cheese
- Julieflower smoothie with banana, kale, cashews, dates, and ginger
- Chocolate chip, rosemary, and sea salt cookie
For more information and for the full menu, visit the Bakeri website.
105 Freeman Street, Brooklyn, NY 11222 (between Manhattan Ave and Franklin St)
Take the G train to Greenpoint Ave, and it's a short five-minute walk from there
Mon - Fri 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Sat & Sun 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Best hours to visit with kids:
Anytime—there's plenty of seating at a large communal farm table, as well as outdoor cafe tables (when the weather is decent)!