Bed-Stuy’s Most Delectable Doughnut House (Pink Hibiscus, Anyone?) Is Also Our Union Square Go-To
Chef Jean-Georges made a splash when he opened this American locavore restaurant inside home store-meets-museum ABCHome, where every single item on the menu is thoughtfully sourced for sustainability and flavor. Greens are grown on a local rooftop; spices are attained through fair trade organizations; even the gorgeous dining room is made from reclaimed and salvaged building materials. ABC Kitchen’s seasonal menu is entirely organic and reflects the best locally-available ingredients, like Maine lobster and New York State nectarines.
This Bed-Stuy-based artisanal doughnut shop has become a NYC-wide fave, kneading out iconic flavors like vibrant pink hibiscus, dulce de leche with almonds, and passionfruit with cacao nibs. Dough’s classic yeast doughnuts are perfectly fluffy and just sweet enough, with the unique flavors infused into the shiny glazed tops. Open until 8 or 9 m., these hot doughnuts are best enjoyed with an Intelligentsia iced coffee and your someone cute.
35 East 18th Street, Manhattan
14 W 19th Street, Manhattan