When it was announced that Frenchette Bakery would open in the old Arcade Bakery space on Church St, New Yorkers everywhere became nostalgic for some the best croissants and bread this city have ever known. Thankfully, this Tribeca spot is also very good. From kouign amann and pistachio croissants to loaves of rye and hot chocolate, it’s an excellent French bakery follow-up from the people behind Frenchette.
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