At Buttermilk Bakeshop, we bake all our items from scratch in our open kitchen each day, ensuring quality products straight out of the oven. We use only the finest ingredients we can get our hands on, including Valrhona cocoa, locally sourced dairy, and fresh produce.
We believe in the pleasure of a warm chocolate chip cookie, the magic in frosting a freshly baked cake, and the love of a perfectly salted caramel.
We take pride in beautifully presented and fantastically tasty sweets, served by a warm and helpful team of pastry enthusiasts. Stop by, visit, or give us a call to order your next specialty cake, pick up cookies & sweets, or join us for a baking class!
Please call our Kitchen at 260 5th Avenue to place your order: 347-987-3941
MEET THE OWNER
began working in the food industry at fourteen, and graduated from The French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center) in 2006. During her time in NYC, she worked her way up the ranks of some of the city’s finest restaurants, including Le Cirque, Bouley, Country, The Russian Tea Room, and Olana, before ending up as Head Pastry Chef of the David Burke restaurant group. Her recipes have been featured in Food & Wine Magazine, The New York Chocolate Show, Brides Magazine, Martha Stewart’s Living Today on Sirius Radio, The Today Show, Food Network’s Chopped, The Daily News, and MTV.com to name a few. In 2011 she won $10,000 on Food Network’s Sweet Genius, and placed as a finalist in the Scharffen Berger 2010 Chocolate Adventure Contest and Starchefs.com’s 2011 International Pastry Competition before signing on as the competition’s Pastry Coordinator in 2012.
Katie freelanced as a Food Writer and Culinary Consultant, helping cookbook authors and New York City start-ups with recipe and product line development. She wrote the foreword to the cookbook Pies by Alan Batt, and lent her expertise as Culinary Consultant for Seasons 2 & 3 of Food Network’s Sweet Genius and Culinary Producer for the pilot of Bakery Boss on TLC. She has created instructional cooking videos for Howcast Media and Ehow.com, allowing her to demonstrate savory and sweet recipes for cooks at home.
Visit our kitchen at 260 5th Avenue for a behind-the-scenes look at our baked goods.or sign up for one of our Upcoming Classes
to learn more!