Astoria, Bakeries, Halloween, Long Island City
Oct 22, 2014

The Look of a Sweet Halloween in Astoria

We’ve told you where to celebrate Halloween (and the days leading up to it), but one of the other things we’ve observed in the past few weeks is all the (…)

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We’ve told you where to celebrate Halloween (and the days leading up to it), but one of the other things we’ve observed in the past few weeks is all the fun holiday sweets from our local bakeries to celebrate the season. Here are a handful of the beautiful seasonal baked goods we’ve come across.

Astor Bake Shop

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Photo credit: Astor Bake Shop

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Photo credit: Astor Bake Shop

Astor Bake Shop is making cupcakes, to be topped with these ghosts and spooky eyes, and pumpkin macaroons for the season. Astor Bake Shop, 12-23 Astoria Blvd, Astoria

La Guli Pastry Shop

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Photo credit: La Guli

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Photo credit: La Guli

The orange and black is quite striking at the bakery, as La Guli is really getting into the season with their cupcakes and cakes. La Guli Pastry Shop, 29-15 Ditmars Blvd, Astoria

Leli’s Bakery

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Photo credit: Leli’s Bakery

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Photo credit: Leli’s Bakery

Fabulous decorated cakes and mini cakes shaped like jack-o-lanterns are available at Leli’s, one of the most popular bakeries in town. Leli’s Bakery, 35-14 30th Ave, Astoria

Sweets First Bakeshoppe

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Photo credit: Sweets First

Adorable spooky cupcakes are now available at Sweets First, a cupcake bakery in the Kaufman Arts District. 35-4 35th St, Astoria

About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

3 Comments

Lin

Just to let you know, Amy’s Bread doesn’t really have a retail location in LIC anymore! I’d thought about going one day and called them and they said they’d closed it down several months ago.

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