A foodie pit stop at Ebb & Flow

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A foodie pit stop at Ebb & Flow

Break for cake and more at Brooklyn's Ebb & Flow, an irresistible eatery on the waterfront, facing Manhattan.

After settling in New York, pastry chef François Payard of the famous Parisian starred restaurant the Tour d'Argent, decided to open an establishment with a difference, in Brooklyn Heights. At Ebb & Flow, his creative cakes and pastries showcase local and organic products. On offer are five types of typically North American layer cake, including a decadent triple-chocolate confection, the famous cheesecake, and an almond and nougatine Genoese sponge. However, the most original cake of all is still its dessert covered with Froot Loops, the breakfast cereal beloved of New York children and teenagers. These multi-coloured loops are the reason why this unique cake has a Proustian effect on Americans, instantly evoking childhood memories.

You will also find savoury offerings, perfect for a snack on the go, such as sandwiches, salads, or eggs, all served with a coffee or freshly squeezed orange juice. If the sun is shining, why not ask for a slice of cake to go and take advantage of the nearby park, or take a stroll along the quayside, with the Manhattan skyline as your backdrop. Ebb & Flow is as popular with members of the Brooklyn marina sailing community as with Manhattanites seeking a breath of fresh air. Go ahead and join them!

Ebb & Flow
159 Bridge Park Drive
New York, NY 11201

+1 718 618 9775

Menu: slice of cake from 7 USD