Pasticceria Rocco

243 Bleecker St, New York City


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Open Hours:

  • Mon

    07:30 - 23:30

  • Tue

    07:30 - 23:30

  • Wed

    07:30 - 23:30

  • Thu

    07:30 - 23:30

  • Sun

    07:30 - 23:30, 00:00 - 01:00

  • Fri

    07:30 - 01:00

  • Sat

    00:00 - 01:00, 07:30 - 01:00

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  • Chels Cant

    - 09 September 2018 -

    Terrible terrible terrible. I placed an order 4 days in advance for a strawberry shortcake and I wanted a fruit tart cake. Unfortunately the lady told me they didn’t make fruit tart cakes. But on their website it clearly shows they did. I went to pick up the cake and they couldn’t even put the cake in the correct size. They gave me an XL box for a cake that wasn’t that soze. The lady tells me hopefully the cake won’t shift. Then I look at the cake and it is so plain and basic. Nothing like the picture online. No strawberries on top like a traditional strawberry short cake. I complained and they could care less. No manager or owner to speak to. I had to speak to someone who was so incompetent that couldn’t make simple decisions. Constantly needed to play telephone and call the manager to figure out simple solutions. I was told to head back to the store in this heavy rain and I’m 8 months pregnant. My cake looked like a shop rite cake. What a shame to spend top dollar and your cake look old like it came from the supermarket. I am beyond disappointed this cake is for my 1 year old daughter. Now I have to go to Viñeros which I should have did in the first place to get a way better looking cake. Worst customer service they could care less. They won’t take any accountability for their actions. You have people working for you that don’t know what you are doing. I have a very big following on social media so my followers will hear about this. I will also make a video on YouTube giving my review about this. Stay tuned

  • andrew saetern

    - 26 August 2018 -

    Terrible experience. The sad part is that my friend had great things to say about this place. Can't say I'll ever go back here, because there are way too many bakeries in the area to settle for this. We walked in and the guy told us to sit wherever. Then it took nearly 15 minutes for him to bring us menus. Not the friendliest guy either. We ordered the lemonade (slushy), a rum dessert thing, and peach iced tea. The lemonade was placed into a mason jar for serving, but it was only half full. Why would you use that size if you're not going to fill it up? You can call it half full or half empty. Then my peach iced tea arrived next. As you can see from the photo, it was just 2 tea bags soaked into hot water, then ice was added. He even addressed the fact that my iced tea may be a bit warm. What a terrible way to make iced tea. I paid close to $6 for a tea bag and ice. It was that bad. It took a good 15-20 minutes for our drinks to be brought to our table too. Dessert and iced drinks ended up turning into a marathon. No thanks!

  • Sarah Patch

    - 13 August 2018 -

    Absolutely fabulous! My waitress was super friendly and gave some great suggestions for what to try. Their paninis were wonderful. They have a great selection of sweet pasteries to choose from. This is a place you MUST visit if you are traveling to NYC.

  • Paul M

    - 28 July 2018 -

    While I was visiting New York, I thought it important to find a bakery and have some cheesecake. Well I haven't traveled the world or anything but I've had a piece of cheesecake or two and theirs was the best I've ever had hands down. The atmosphere was very nice, clean and comfortable. I couldn't have asked for a better experience.

  • Siavash Golkar

    - 03 July 2018 -

    A very good bakery in Greenwich village specializing in all kinds of cheesecake. The bakery gets extra points for its cute roofed garden area in the back. The plain, mixed berry and strawberry New York style cheesecakes are the best. I would recommend staying away from the pistachio and Italian style cheesecakes as they are more of an aquired taste.

  • Maddy Mameshova

    - 07 March 2018 -

    It's always great to know of a late-evening dessert place for a big company or an date night out. There are fantastic espresso and pastries (try tiramisu in a cup! cannoli, on the other hand, are hit-or-miss - sometimes just too sugary). The seating area - tables and chairs - could use some refurbishment, but otherwise the service is quick and nice.

  • Hans Derma

    - 06 March 2018 -

    Wow absolutely delicious. When I first came I thought it might be some cheap and excessively sugary like other typical American ones. But when I made the first bite. It was so so so yummy. Strawberries were fresh .. NYC is great. People don't use non fat or 2 percent. This is real thing

  • NYDUVCW Tate

    - 24 February 2018 -

    I went there with my friend Mikey who an NYC old school Italian eatery insider. The staff loves him so I was treated like VIP entourage. The almond cookies were exquisite. The Cappuccino was delicious and they have almond and soy milk for we lactose intolerant. The lace cookies were a little disappointing but Mikey said they vary based on who's in the kitchen. The family pictures are in the back on the wall and it really brings a feeling of tradition and legacy to the business.

  • Randy Miller

    - 20 February 2018 -

    Our family has visited Pasticceria Rocco on several occasions. Each time we were impressed with the service and quality of items they make. The business is clean and well run. If you haven't stopped here yet, this NEEDS to be on your list on any visit to the Big Apple! We LOVE the Cannoli's!

  • John Carlson

    - 08 February 2018 -

    I have been a patron for over 20 years and Rocco's never disappoints. It can get busy when the food tours roll in, but generally I ask for a seat in the back, sit back and relax. This spot is one of my go-to places if I am heading somewhere as a guest and want to bring a crowd-pleasing dessert. ♡

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