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Teresa's Bakery - Eastchester NY


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Teresa's Bakery - Eastchester NY

jhopp217 | Jan 11, 2012 08:06 AM

Drove by this place the other day and saw it had taken over the long time salumeria that was once there. I got a tip they had decent breakfasts and headed there this morning. I walked in and the first impression is it' is bright, colorful, quaint and immaculate. The boards with the items for sale are very nice and the place just feels good. I gazed at the assortment of cakes, cookies and pastries that consumed the display cases. There is also a section for smoothies and ice cream. I am not a sweets person per se and was really only there for a breakfast sandwich. The prices seemed a bit high at first, but I later found out that a coffee was included in the price of the sandwich. I ordered a simple bacon, egg and cheese on a roll. The sandwich actually comes on a wedge and has quite a bit of cheese. I'm not sure if they gave me two eggs, but they must have (which is listed as 50 cents extra). The total was $4.75. They told me they would be open til 7 in the winter, but til 10 when "ice cream season" is upon us. The staff, I assume the owners, were very pleasant and not pushy at all. I received a business card and a fridge magnet with my meal and I was in and out in a few minutes. The coffee was typical deli coffee, nothing to brag about, but not awful. The sandwich was excellent. Not too much salt or pepper which I asked for. Very nice size for the money and oozing with perfectly melted cheese (not running all over and not still hard). All in all I was very happy and will be back. I don't know if they have a website, but they seemed to have some interesting lunch combos. Sandwiches were listed at $7.95 and I believe they are either wedges or a panini.

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