Huge desires resembling a new 4,000 sq. foot, two-floor location come true for Tony Park, the proprietor of Angelina Bakery.
Not solely will it’s an enormous new location open on Dec. 1, however it is going to even be positioned on the boiling spot 1675 Broadway, proper subsequent to Times Square.
“I used to race my skateboard up and down Broadway and then sit on the corner of 45th and Broadway and think about how many burgers I was going to sell one day. To now own a bakery in the center of the city, I can say my dreams have come true,” mentioned Park.
In his bakery named after his daughter and Italian grandmother, Angelina Bakery serves Italian and Sicilian pastries with an Asian twist. Park created a greater and more healthy model of bombolone which incorporates much less sugar and butter as an alternative contains extra water in it and finally ends up not completely different from a basic recipe, in his bakery bombolone is 600 energy when in conventional manner of cooking it’s normally over 1,000.
The normal breakfast menu provides croissants, tarts and a hybrid of a brioche and a croissant, referred to as Brissant. For lunch the bakery presents three completely different types of Italian pizza making – Romana (crunchy dough), Neapolitan (burnt end) and Sicilian (crumby breading). And naturally completely different sorts of pasta, lasagna and appetizers.
For dessert, visitors can attempt Gelato and cremolato(a mix of granita and gelato). In conventional Italian flavors resembling blood crimson orange, amarena (cherry), mandorla (almond), casata siciliana, watermelon, fig, licorice, ricotta and honey.
As well as to those that need to attempt one thing else, Park innovatively created a Ciao Boba tea. It’s a yogurt panna cotta drink with fruit frappe and yogurt panna cotta with Pistachio Boba.
And solely in the Time Square location will probably be additionally supplied a gold luxurious dessert line composed of customized gold truffles, resembling their gold chocolate fortune cookie cake with matcha ganache and white chocolate pearls.
“I’m a New Yorker, a Korean and an Italian. I bring to Angelina Bakery the memories of my youth in the Vucciria market of Palermo, the Korean spirit of finding new ways to create food and the New Yorker mentality that you can make anything happen in this City,” provides Park.
On the opening weekend as a celebration, all prospects will obtain a free Bombolone upon buy. Angelina Bakery has partnered with The Actors Fund to create a particular Broadway Bombolone that includes their famend motto, “I Heart the Arts” in colourful sugar. Obtainable solely at Angelina Bakery’s new Times Square location beginning Nov. 30, all gross sales of this particular bombolone will probably be donated to this famend group that helps working professionals of the theatre and leisure neighborhood. Joseph Benincasa, President and CEO of The Actors Fund referred to as it a ‘sweet treat’, candy in all meanings.
To search out extra particulars about Angelina Bakery, please go to https://www.angelinabakery.com/