Ferrara Bakery

Little Italy's Most Iconic Italian Bakery

Since opening their doors in 1892, Ferrara Bakery has been a staple in the heart of New York City’s Little Italy, producing what many believe to be the finest Italian desserts in the country. Enrico Scoppa and Antonio Ferrara opened “Café A. Ferrara” over a century ago and their descendants are still involved, five generations later. As America’s first pasticceria and espresso bar, it was only natural that people came primarily for the coffee, cookies and cakes, and despite the many changes in the neighborhood over the decades, their offerings are still wowing everyone who walks through the door, instantly transporting them to Southern Italy.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Ferrara Bakery and Cafe is one of New York's most iconic shops and its first Italian Bakery, founded in 1892 in Little Italy. They have been featured on the Food Network's "Best Things I Ever Ate," The New York Times, New York Magazine and just about every media outlet imaginable.

Ferrara Bakery

Little Italy's Most Iconic Italian Bakery

Since opening their doors in 1892, Ferrara Bakery has been a staple in the heart of New York City’s Little Italy, producing what many believe to be the finest Italian desserts in the country. Enrico Scoppa and Antonio Ferrara opened “Café A. Ferrara” over a century ago and their descendants are still involved, five generations later. As America’s first pasticceria and espresso bar, it was only natural that people came primarily for the coffee, cookies and cakes, and despite the many changes in the neighborhood over the decades, their offerings are still wowing everyone who walks through the door, instantly transporting them to Southern Italy.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Ferrara Bakery and Cafe is one of New York's most iconic shops and its first Italian Bakery, founded in 1892 in Little Italy. They have been featured on the Food Network's "Best Things I Ever Ate," The New York Times, New York Magazine and just about every media outlet imaginable.