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"One of the great Italian pastry shops from the old school", this Williamsburg "institution" has been around since "way before the neighborhood got trendy", maintaining its reputation with "better-than-mama's" cannoli, sfogliatelle, lobster tails, cookies and marzipan treats almost "too gorgeous to eat"; the "unpretentious" vibe makes it a "nice place to sit with a cup of coffee", but just keep in mind the "step-back-in-time" milieu is complete with a "cash-only" policy.
Fortunato Brothers is located in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn and serves Cafe, Bakery, Coffee, Tea, and Ice Cream cuisine. Fortunato Brothers does not offer delivery.Click to see map »
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