Dragon Land Bakery

125 Walker St.
New York, NY 10013
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The scum-soaked glass-top tables at Chinatown's Dragon Land Bakery each contain a fish or two, gasping on its last breath of air. There is something infinitely artistic about sitting in the windowed street-corner bakeshop, munching an 80 cent sponge cake, sipping a coffee, and watching a gimmick die before your eyes. Shared tables intensify the sweet intimacy of people watching as does the sugared air (the table inmate has no odor).

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