The crowds here are already amazing
Rosetta Bakery Opens Doors
Mike Mishkin for I Love the Upper West Side, September 18, 2022
Miami-based Rosetta Bakery has opened its doors at 1928 Broadway at 64th Street, replacing a former Lululemon location. This is Rosetta’s first NYC location.
The Italian bakery — named after “The Rosetta,” which it says is “probably the most recognizable bread in Italy” — offers an assortment of focaccias, pizzas, sandwiches, and sweets including tarts, cakes, tiramisu and more.
Here’s the full menu and here are some early reviews on Google.
The Upper West Side has been getting quite a few sweet spots as of late.
Chip City just had its grand opening at 370 Columbus Ave between 77th and 78th streets.
A Wafels & Dinges is opening at 79th and Columbus.
William Greenberg Desserts just opened at 285 Amsterdam Ave, between 73rd and 74th streets (formerly home to Jacques Torres).
And a Crumbl Cookies is planning its next location on 74th and Columbus.
2 thoughts on “Rosetta Bakery finally open on NYC’s UWS”
That looks lovely!
Haven’t gone in yet but it looks great from outside, judged by the happy smiles.
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