Veniero's Pastry Shop

342 E 11th St New YorkNY10003
Open (Call business to confirm holiday hours)
Sunday
8:00am-11:59pm
Monday
8:00am-11:59pm
Tuesday
8:00am-11:59pm
Wednesday
8:00am-11:59pm
Thursday
8:00am-11:59pm
Friday
8:00am-1:00am
Saturday
8:00am-1:00am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(195)
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Not Recommended 0
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Veniero's Pastry Shop
Veniero's Pastry Shop
Veniero's Pastry Shop

Description

Enjoy Italian pastries, including cakes and cookies, at Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe. Get in touch with us today in New York, NY, for orders.
by merchantcircle on March 23, 2017 from merchantcircle

Tips

The Extras: Reserve one or both of Veniero's rooms for private parties.
by ezlocal on November 03, 2012 from ezlocal
The Extras: Find more great dessert spots.
by ezlocal on November 03, 2012 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

The line outside "says it all" at this "venerable" Italian bakery, a "superior" pasticceria and East Village "fixture" since 1894 that's famed for its "amazing selection" of "authentic" cannoli, cheesecakes, rainbow cookies and other "old-school" favorites "made with love"; "reasonable prices" add to the "joyful experience" – no wonder diehards say it's a "must-go" for every sweet tooth.
by zagat on November 22, 2013 from zagat
Veniero's Restaurant Review:
Originally opened as a billiard parlor in the late nineteenth century, this East Village spot is put to much better use as a café and bakery. The desserts range from several varieties of cheesecake (try the chocolate chip), tiramisu and cannoli to Sacher torte. Seasonal delights like pumpkin cheesecake are anticipated months in advance; the pastries, such as the fruit tarts, never fail to...
by gayot on November 22, 2013 from gayot
This famous landmark was established in 1894 by its founder, Antonio Veniero, and has ce\been continuously owned & operated by the Veniero family since then. When Antonio operated his establishment, it was a pool emporium and caffé where he served his baked products to his customers. Later, the demand fo his Italian pastries and cakes won him awards in Rome, Bolognia, and at the New York...
by nyc on May 11, 2008 from nyc
Try the lush ricotta cheesecake and you'll know why people have been lining up here for 100 years.:
Choose from 40 feet of sweets at the takeout counter, or get a table inside one of two dining rooms. Marble floors and stamped metal ceilings do nothing to soften the caffeine- and sugar-charged...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on February 02, 2005 from Citysearch

Information from the business

If you're looking for an old-fashioned neighborhood pastry store, Veniero's is the place to visit. Since 1894, this shop has sold tarts, cannoli, sfogliatelle, tiramisu, etc., the list is nearly endless. It's founder Anthony Veniero during his lifetime had won awards in Rome, Bologna and at the New York World's Fair of 1939. The Veniero family still runs the business and by the looks of the...
by yahoolocal on April 03, 2017 from yahoolocal