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Dominique Ansel Kitchen

The new outpost of legendary cronut source Dominique Ansel Bakery is more spacious with indoor and outdoor seating. Most of the sophisticated pastries (plus sandwiches and salads) are made to order. Summer-only soft-serve features watermelon ice cream in a real watermelon slice with chocolate seeds and burrata soft serve topped with balsamic caramel, micro basil and a confit strawberry (soft serve available Wednesday–Thursday 3 pm–9pm, Friday & Saturday 12 pm–10 pm, Sunday 12 pm–9 pm).

137 Seventh Ave South between Charles & West 10th

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  • Dominique Ansel Kitchen Soft Serve Window

    June 19 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Dominique Ansel Kitchen
    137 Seventh Ave South between Charles & West 10th+ Google Map

    The seasonal soft-serve window of the outpost of legendary cronut source Dominique Ansel Bakery features watermelon ice cream in a real watermelon slice and other frozen treats. Indoor and outdoor seating available plus sophisticated pastries, sandwiches and salads.

    FREE
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    Dominique Ansel Kitchen Soft Serve Window

    June 20 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    Dominique Ansel Kitchen
    137 Seventh Ave South between Charles & West 10th+ Google Map

    The seasonal soft-serve window of the outpost of legendary cronut source Dominique Ansel Bakery features watermelon ice cream in a real watermelon slice and other frozen treats. Indoor and outdoor seating available plus sophisticated pastries, sandwiches and salads.

    FREE
    Find out more »

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