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Patis Bakery to Open Small Shop Inside NYC Hotel

Arthouse Hotel rooftop on the UWS

Officially opening to the public on Father’s Day, Sunday June 16th, Patis Bakery, the popular NJ-based brainchild of Chef Moses Wendel, will be opening on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Located inside the lobby of the Arthouse Hotel (2178 Broadway & W77th st. – formerly the On the Ave Hotel), this small kosher bakery / cafe is currently under a “testing / soft open” phase. The space is not 100% operational yet and their full menu will not be available at this location until their grand opening.

Arthouse Hotel’s lobby bar & seating area

What’s very important to note about this Patis Bakery location is that it is only open from 6:30am – 1pm, Sunday-Friday. After 1pm the space reverts back to the hotel bar and will not be operated by Patis. This arrangement will be the case for this Patis location for the foreseeable future.

Items available at the UWS Patis Bakery will include:

  • chocolate almond babka
  • pecan pie sticky bun
  • croissants (regular, chocolate, almond, pistachio chocolate, cheesecake)
  • blueberry & cheese danish
  • apple turnover
  • cheese twists
  • banana rum pain au raisin
  • cookies (macadamia/toffee/chocolate)
  • madeleines
  • apple turnovers
  • cinnamon mocha cookie
  • focaccia (roasted red pepper & onion, du jour)
  • pizzette (w/ smoked cremini, porcini hazelnut pistou, goat cheese; and w/cherry tomato, house mozzarella, basil)
  • baguettes
  • and additional items to be added later
Patis Bakery’s unique cheese twists

In the current stage, the location will not carry a lot of stock. After the grand opening, Chef Moses let YeahThatsKosher know that we can expect a lot more options coming into the location than what is there currently.

The bakery area in the lobby has approximately 20 seats for those who want to sit and eat, but the food at this location is mainly packaged to go.

Patis Bakery at the Arthouse Hotel is kosher certified under the CupK.

An array of Patis Bakery croissants on display

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Dani Klein

Dani Klein founded YeahThatsKosher in 2008 as a global kosher restaurant & travel resource for the Jewish community.

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