Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Veniero’s Pasticceria on East 11th Street in the East Village

Veniero’s Pasticceria on East 11th Street in the East Village needs your help to survive even though it has survived the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, the Great Depression, two World Wars, the September 11th tragedy, and Superstorm Sandy when the shop lost power for 5 days (we live only a few blocks away so we were right there with them with no power in our building either). 

This 126 year old family business needs your support as customers to help them survive the Coronavirus shutdown as their large indoor dining and café is closed and with less foot traffic on the street for takeaway, business is suffering. They closed their doors between the end of March and beginning of May but have now re-opened for takeaway, serving their full menu of hundreds of types of cakes🍰, cookies and pastries and also have an outdoor patio area for dining. 

@venierospastry also ships their cakes and cookies nationwide and has gift certificates available but it is still difficult for them. 

•Full video: 

We recently visited Veniero’s and posted our video HISTORIC EAST VILLAGE NYC FOOD SPOTS STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE COVID-19 on our YouTube channel. Not only do we eat some of their best-selling items outside on their patio but we also go inside the café to show you its gorgeous interior and even go upstairs to the bakery’s kitchen to see some of their delicious cakes and pastries being prepared. 

• Please help support Veniero’s and our efforts to help raise awareness of the importance of these small unique shops by watching our YouTube video (it’s free to watch and SUBSCRIBE to our channel and by doing so YouTube will recommend it to others via their algorithm).


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