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260 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11215
nr. Garfield Pl.
Key lime Pie
By OILITRADINGINSIDER on 1/2/2010
I may be new to Park Slope but I am hardly new to pies my family has a house on the North Fork of Long Island where Pies run 22 but if you buy them day old 11. The three apples (I suppose they prefer their francais appellez-vous) sold me a Key lime pie that could take lesson from the country folk out o Long Island heavy handed with the subtleties of the flavoring each bite was like a sledge hammer to the forehead and came in at the over inflated price of $14 for a half a pie. Welcome to Park Slope I suppose I wrote below that I would go back next time its one slice at a time just in case this was an off day which it clearly was.
By coco79 on 7/15/2010
I discovered this place a little over a year ago and have to say I have never been disappointed! I was never a scone person, but have totally converted after having the incredible chocolate chip ones here!! I am however, a big cookie person and was really impressed with the large variety of cookies, including the crazy good peanut butter cookie sandwiches - yum!! And don't forget the ice cream - amazing and made there too! I totally recommend this place for anyone looking for a great treat in Park Slope!!
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