city daily photo theme day - bakeries





its the first day 
of the
 new month 
City Daily Photo Theme Day
 May's theme
 is 
bakeries

if you click
 on the link below
 you can see photographs 
of
 bakeries
 and 
baked goods
 from 
all over the country
 all over the world

  this one,
 Zaro's Bread Basket
 is in Grand Central Station
 commuters as well as people working in the area 
can shop here 
and 
at the other specialty shops
 that are part of 
Grand Central Terminal Market



30 comments:

  1. If the shoppers weren't in the photo, I'd think it was a Norman Rockwell painting. Love it.

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  2. What a wonderful looking bakery, I like the look of those baquettes.

    Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

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  3. I love the smell of freshly baked bread. I don't often buy bread because I have a breadmaker and can experience that smell every morning when I have programmed the breadmaker to have my daily loaf ready at 7 a.m. :)

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  4. I like this. That link took me all over the world ~

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  5. Zabar's is one of my faves! Love that they have many locations to pick up something yummy!!

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  6. This is a great photo! Absolutely love how you captured ALL the backed goods. Now I'm going to have to put some artisan bread dough together tonight so I can experience that wonderful smell this week.

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  7. Great shot... I can smell that bread right from here!

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  8. Great photo for theme day. I really love to visit this place.

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  9. Deliciously beautiful, Daryl. I love it, but I'm glad it's so far away. I could go crazy in there.
    K

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  10. I can see what Hilary means. The case in the lower right, especially, is reminiscent of Rockwell's palette.

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  11. It just may be better for my waistline that I don't live in NYC:)

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  12. Now that's what I call a well stocked bakery Daryl, bet there's not many of those pastries and bread left by lunch time if it's in the station, so much traffic going through there.

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  13. oh yum, i am so hungry right now!

    wanted to also say thanks for the kind and supportive comments over at my place in recent days. they are very much appreciated.

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  14. I will try visit there next time....thank you for sharing!

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  15. love real bakeries.. so few in this area..
    if allowed I would stay in there with my camera
    for hours..

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  16. I love bakeries....well, good bakeries. We have a fairly good one nearby which is always a temptation:-)

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  17. That's such a neat photo! I see at least 20 goods that I'd snap up in a second.

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  18. Oh no! I'm lost. I can do without chocolate but I love baked goods. I may have to break down and bake today ... In honor of the Kentucky Derby. Yeah, that's a good excuse. Fabulous photo.

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  19. This bakery looks amazing! What a great photo. Now I wish I was there. :-)

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  20. What a fun post; I've been to Zaro's many times; I just love walking through the Grand Central Market.

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  21. What a beautiful looking bakery. Lots of goods in such a small space!

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  22. Oh, I love the smell of a good bakery!

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