Moishe's Bake Shop

115 2nd Ave.
New York, NY 10003
212-505-8555
One of the few kosher institutions remaining in the East Village, dating from the 1960s, Moishe's is master of hamentaschen, rugelach, kuchel (pronounced "kickel"), and other pastries of Eastern European Jews. There's a savory side, too, with poppy-seed-bearing breads and bagels. And the staff couldn't be nicer. --Robert Sietsema

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