DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday-1/8/17- Danish Pastry Co. Hollywood)
***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday-1/8/17).
One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…
MAPLE PECAN DANISH
Danish Pastry Co. (The Scandinavian Bakery & Coffee House)
2031 Tyler Street
Latest Review: 3/7/14
If this joint was “closer” to Jeff Eats’ Boca Raton abode, I’d weigh something like 545 lbs!
Danish Pastry Co. (Hollywood)
Posted on March 7th, 2014
***** Danish Pastry Co., 2031 Tyler Street, Hollywood, Florida 33020, (954) 362-4366.
Real simple bakery/coffee concept going on here…small store, window-counter seating/handful of tables outside—order at/pickup at the counter…
Danish Pastry’s menu has something like 25 different freshly baked pastries, danish, croissants-and orange juice/coffee/tea.
You can check www.danishpastryco.com for pastry/danish/beverage selection-prices.
Look!-based on my double chin…
It would be fair to say, that Jeff Eats in his day, has eaten his fair share of danish and croissants…with that in mind- the cinnamon swirl, maple pecan plait and chocolate bun that I recently had- were delicious.
Trust me on this one, you ain’t gonna find stuff like this at Publix or specialty markets like Doris Italian Market & Bakery or Joseph’s Classic Market.
Really have no opinion on the brewed coffee that I had…to this very day, Jeff Eats can’t quite wrap his head around the $2.50-$—(you fill in the number) cup of coffee concept…I still remember 10 cent-cups at Brooklyn’s- Garfield’s Cafeteria circa 1965–gonna sound crazy, but give or take-all black coffee tastes good to me.
While I’m on the subject of coffee-bet you a buck that in a blind taste test- Julio Valdez or whatever the hell his name is/was (I know it’s Juan) couldn’t tell one coffee bean from another-for sure this guy, Robert Schultz got a ton of people drinking the Kool-Aid… But that’s just what Jeff Eats thinks! As my late uncle by marriage Sam Ting use to say…”Jeff Eats, bet you a buck-that if I blindfold you-you couldn’t tell the difference between Coke and Pepsi.” Uncle Sam was a very bright man–who knew a-lot of “things.”
Danish Pastry Co. is open Monday-Saturday 7am-6pm, Sunday 9am-4pm.