William Greenberg Desserts

New York's Iconic Black & White Cookies
I've had so-so black and white cookies before and was skeptical when Vanessa offered me one from William Greenberg Bakery. After taking one bite, I was blown away! When people talk about how good black and white cookies are they're talking about these guys.
Joel Gillman - The Food Dealer

The half vanilla, half chocolate cookie from Manhattan’s William Greenberg Bakery, of course. A beloved classic since 1946, New Yorkers are fiercely loyal to this quintessential local delight—it’s been voted the “Best of New York” and even Jerry Seinfeld knows the best way to eat them: by getting some black and some white in every bite. “Nothing mixes better than vanilla and chocolate,” says Jerry, explaining the delicate art of eating these cake-like treasures in Seinfeld episode 74. We wholeheartedly concur.

Sophisticated, delightful, and outright delicious, these legendary cookies are handcrafted and made fresh every morning—and now this unique taste of New York is available wherever you are. Lucky you.

We're not the only ones who love them!

William Greenberg has been featured in Oprah Magazine and Food Network. It has also been mentioned on TV shows like Mad Men and Seinfeld.

William Greenberg Desserts

New York's Iconic Black & White Cookies

The half vanilla, half chocolate cookie from Manhattan’s William Greenberg Bakery, of course. A beloved classic since 1946, New Yorkers are fiercely loyal to this quintessential local delight—it’s been voted the “Best of New York” and even Jerry Seinfeld knows the best way to eat them: by getting some black and some white in every bite. “Nothing mixes better than vanilla and chocolate,” says Jerry, explaining the delicate art of eating these cake-like treasures in Seinfeld episode 74. We wholeheartedly concur.

Sophisticated, delightful, and outright delicious, these legendary cookies are handcrafted and made fresh every morning—and now this unique taste of New York is available wherever you are. Lucky you.

We're not the only ones who love them!

William Greenberg has been featured in Oprah Magazine and Food Network. It has also been mentioned on TV shows like Mad Men and Seinfeld.