This ambitious Lebanese bakery makes a fine pit stop in Bay Ridge for a cup of coffee and inexpensive pastry. The specialty is baklava of several types, some square, some triangular, some in flutes, and some configured as birds’ nests. There are baklavas filled with walnuts, while others favor pistachios, but all are moist and dripping with honey. The sweets menu doesn’t stop there. Another offering that incites passion in the neighborhood types who frequent this well-lit cosmopolitan coffee shop is bouza. It has nothing to do with alcohol, being a goat’s milk ice cream with a rich and distinctive flavor. Candies and Italian pastries fill out the rest of the glass cases that line the establishment.