At Siphon Bar inside the 15th Street location of Blue Bottle Coffee you can get extra fancy coffee. But did you know you can also get waffles made to order?
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Blue Bottle makes the most chocolatey of chocolate cookies, a very dark Double Chocolate Cookie ($2.25) made with Mast Brothers Chocolate that's somewhere between soft and chewy.
The two olive oil baked goods offered at Blue Bottle's new Chelsea location are more savory than sweet. A crisp, crumbly shortbread ($1.50) comes with a heavy dose of Salvatore Bklyn's olive oil from Sicily. It imparts grassy, peppery flavors which are then paired with fresh rosemary, chopped right into the shortbread.
Blue Bottle Coffee may be a destination for coffee fiends, but it's also a great place for those with a sweet tooth on the lookout for dessert.
House-made Graham Crackers, crunchy with a haunting linger of honey and cinnamon, are the best part of these s'mores, and ought to be sold on their own.
The salt factor of the cookies at Blue Bottle Coffee are high enough to rival that of Momofuku's. And they are splendid. A Double Chocolate Cookie ($2.25) tangles salt-laced dark chocolate bites with melting pockets of Madagascar chocolate from Mast Brothers just down the block.
[Photo: Kathy Chan] Coffee is the draw at the first New York location of Blue Bottle Coffee in Williamsburg, but don't forget—there's Hot Chocolate ($3.50). With milk steamed to order, it's made with the same precision as any of...