Where do you want to get Baked? Manhattan or Brooklyn?
Baked Manhattan is located in the heart of lovely Tribeca. It is our showpiece of sorts (well, at least until we decide to do another one), and we think you will find it friendly, charming, and kind of sexy. Did we mention that Baked Tribeca features a tricked out “cake-pole” as homage to the previous tenant, Harmony Burlesque.
MON-FRI 7am-7pm | SAT 8am-7pm | SUN 8am-5pm | Call for Holiday hours.
We are at 279 Church Street between White and Franklin. You can reach us via a billion subway trains via the Canal Street Stop. Nearby trains: A/C/E, J/Z, N/Q/R/W, and the 4/5/6. We're also off the Fulton Street 1/2.
Unfortunately, Baked doesn't have any official bike racks of our own, but there are some places we often see some bikes locked up nearby. Also, check out the bike sharing program, Citibike - we are near many docking stations.
Well... It's Manhattan, not exactly the easiest place to park. That said, Church Street runs north and if you can't find a metered space on the street, there are a few "garages" by the hour in the area.
Baked Brooklyn is located in Red Hook – a charming neighborhood on the Brooklyn waterfront. We are nestled along Van Brunt Street with a few other mom and pop shops, galleries, and restaurants. Come visit. We are closer than you think.
(Visitor Bonus: Red Hook has the best views of Manhattan and Statue of Liberty).
MON-FRI 7am-7pm | SAT-SUN 8am-7pm | Call for Holiday hours
Take the F or G train to Smith/9th Street or the R to 9th Street and hop on the B61 bus headed towards IKEA. That will take you into Red Hook and drop you off right in front of Baked! Alternatively, take the A, C, F or R train to Jay Street Metrotech and then hop on the B61 towards Park Slope. It will drop you off directly across the street from Baked.
Take the B61 to Red Hook. We are between Wolcott & Dikeman Streets.
From the city: Take the Brooklyn Bridge and go down Brooklyn Bridge Blvd. Make a right on Atlantic Ave. Left on Columbia Street. Right on Sackett Street. Left on Van Brunt. Veer right on Van Brunt. Baked is about a half mile down on the left hand side. #359 between Wolcott and Dikeman Streets.
Summer Weekends Only: Take the NY Water Taxi from Pier 11 in Manhattan to Red Hook, Van Brunt Street Stop (right at Fairway Market). Walk up Van Brunt Street and we are between Dikeman and Wolcott Streets on the right hand side.
Ikea Water Taxi: Check nywatertaxi.com/tours/ikea for schedule