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Esterhazy torte/schnitte in New York?

ketoile | Jul 30, 201711:53 AM     11

There are older threads about this, but is there seriously nowhere in New York that specializes in classic Viennese pastry? I'm really surprised that a city awash in cronuts and $3 macarons doesn't have one outlet for some of the world's most delicious, grammable deserts, not least because many are incidentally gluten free, since they use walnut, almond, and hazelnut flours. I see that there was a short-lived branch of Demel here, and lots of places that do Linzer/Sacher tortes and sometimes one or two layer cakes, but even Kurt Gutenbrunner's restaurants fall short here. Tell me there's somewhere in this massive city for a decent slice of Esterhazy torte.

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