Pastry shop of many years, that lives up to its reputation. Some of the waiters were a bit "unprofessional."
My family and I visited NYC in March 2013 and stumbled into Rocco's looking for coffee and a treat and a break from walking. What a nice surprise. yummy coffee and treats, with a very friendly and outgoing staff. I will go again anytime we are in the city and I recommend them highly.
beautiful looking cookies, cakes and pastries but not as great tasting. The man that was assisting us on our order was quite obnoxious and a bit too flirty although.. loved his true Italian accent
Stopped in during a self guided food tour of the Village and hate to say that I was disappointed.. hoping we just ordered the wrong thing. Got our first black and white cookie here - found it to be lemony so I was immediately turned off, but otherwise it was very soft & chewy - and a slice of turtle... More
On the recommendation of a tour. Guide, i purchased a carnoli from Rocco's today. I have never had a carnoli before so have nothing to compare it with, but can tell you it was divine. A little sweet for my tastes, but divine, nevertheless!!!!
My husband and I are huge eclair fans, and this is where to go to get the best ones in NYC for sure! The pastry is perfect combination of crispy and chewy, the cream filling is not too light or too heavy and the chocolate glaze adds the perfect finish. They do tend to sell out, so might be good... More
After dinner Saturday night we were walking and remembered this place from a food tour we did a couple of years ago. We split a plain cannoli with chocolate chips. Filled to order. There's no other way to get one. The downside is that any other cannoli will be terrible compared to these fresh ones. Creamy sugary awesomeness. We sat... More
Stopped here with a tour group. Our guide recommended the cannolis, but we had cake and cookies instead. Red Velvet slice was large and yummy. Giant chocolate chip cookie in the front window tasted waxy and a bit like lemon. Not the best bakery ever, but good enough for a try.
Having read about the cannoli when we inadvertently were in the vicinity we called in. There is a huge amount of cookies, biscotti, pastries etc so much so it took a while to peruse. It wasn't busy that afternoon yet service was slack. We had the mini cannoli which were lovely but it was a one off visit even though... More
Best cannoli on earth with a very old school vibe. I grew up in Kenosha, WI. Kenosha was called "Little Brooklyn" because of all the Italian residents. We had many legit bakers and bakeries that could make a great cannoli. One thing that sets apart a good from great cannoli is its filling. This baker is well known for its... More
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