The Low Down
When to Go: The restaurant stays open until 5pm on Fridays between June 1 to August 31.
Where to Sit: The umbrella-covered tables on the outdoor patio in front of the restaurant attempt to recreate the ambiance of French cafe dining. Those who don't enjoy eating en plein air, however, can try to grab one of the few seats at the tiny counter inside.
Know Before You Go: Friday mornings at the store get particularly crowded with customers coming to purchase challah bread and other items before the Jewish Sabbath begins later in the day.
The Extras: Print a coupon from the official website and receive 5-percent off in-store purchases.
Know Before You Go: Print a coupon from the official website and receive five-percent off on in-store purchases.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The only totally kosher French bakery in the U.S., Delice offers all sorts of petits fours, tarts, cakes and cookies. We recommend the chocolate ganache with chestnut mousse and meringue Herrisson Cake or the almond biscuit, almondâ¦
Very Dense and Tasty Cake
By Marla G. at Judy's Book
Picked up a chocolate cake from here and it was so dense and tasty! Read More
kosher french bakery
By Stephanie S at Insider Pages
Delice bakery is a delicious stop for those missing real french bake good! Pastries are consistently delicious, and they have sandwiches and savory... Read More
This place is a must!
By travel m at Insider Pages
Delice is definitely a step away from France. My friend and I never imagined that we would be able to find baked goods that tasted authentic and fr... Read More
By Ryan H. at Judy's Book
This Delice Bakery is absolutely wonderful. They have wonderful pastries and other food items that are so delicious. The prices here are reasonable... Read More
Limited Menu, Bad Food, Worse Service
By Victoria H. at Judy's Book
I had been dying to check this place out for months. Finally I did and I have to say, I wish I hadn't. They were out of several of the menu items... Read More