French Tourists Outside The Magnolia Bakery
I really wanted to photograph the line outside the bakery. When we went there on Saturday evening there were customers but no line.
My sister loves me a lot. She walked with me up Bleecker Street after our outing to Brooklyn.
I was able to photograph the line.
Tourists from Japan on Sunday Afternoon – they found the reference in a guide book
Here is the line at the Magnolia Bakery. Often photographed and talked about. My sister found a site online with 282 photographs of Magnolia Bakery products. Guess I was a little late with my desire to take this photo. But I did it anyway.
Earlier in the day we walked through Chinatown on Mott Street
Mary and I ate these delicious Hot Cross Buns from Rocco’s Pasticceria after we rode Jane’s Carousel (part of tomorrow’s post)
Cupcakes in the Angelique Cafe Food Cart
Great shots.. I really miss Brooklyn..
What a sweet outing. I’d die for an Anna Banana cupcake. I have to remember these places the next time I’m in New York. Your photos make my mouth water.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
I didn’t eat everything I photographed but it was tempting! Thanks for your nice comment today.
What a fun post, Ruth, and not a bad bit of music to listen to on a Monday morning. 😉
You didn’t eat anything you photographed! – I would have tried it all. Everything looked yummy.
Glad you are having such a great time.
Yum-yum! Where do I start?
I love New York City!
I will not get through this day without a sweet treat – after listening to So In Love, Hostess Cupcakes came to mind. We’ve come a long way.
Very nice post today. Enjoyed it all from the “sweets” to the DooWop music. Thanks for brightening the Monday. Need to find a good Hot Cross Bun now.
Aah, those cupcakes look utterly droolworthy Ruth 🙂
Don’t they look inviting? Thanks for stopping by.
Love the photos of the foreign tourists AND all the delicious looking sweets! Made me hungry.
thank you for making me happy by scrolling through this gallery, Ruth!
All of the sweets look fantastic! Anna Banana and the bunnies were particularly compelling to me. 🙂
That brings back memories. I went there with my daughter when she lived in East Village. Thank you.