Angelina Bakery opens Times Square flagship location

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Angelina Bakery is marking its official expansion in New York City with the opening of a new flagship store in the heart of Manhattan and theatre district in Times Square. Known for its Asian-inspired Italian baked goods, such as the iconic bombolone, Angelina Bakery’s biggest location yet offers even more unique menu items and treats.

The new location is a 4,000 square foot structure built across two floors. The décor boasts Angelina Bakery’s Tiffany blue with added white and gold details and features a big open kitchen, visible to the street so onlookers on Broadway can peer in.

“Since I was a little boy, I always dreamed of owning a food establishment in Times Square,” says Antonio “Tony” Park, owner of Angelina Bakery. “Back then it was McDonalds. I used to race my skateboard up and down Broadway and then sit on the corner of 45th and Broadway and think about how many burgers I was going to sell one day. To now own a bakery in the center of the city, I can say my dreams have come true.”

To celebrate the opening, Angelina Bakery is giving all customers a free bombolone upon purchase during the opening weekend.

In addition, Angelina Bakery has partnered with The Actors Fund to create a special Broadway Bombolone featuring their renowned motto, “I Heart the Arts” in colorful sugar. Available exclusively at the Times Square location starting November 30, all sales of this special bombolone are donated to the organization that supports working professionals of the theatre and entertainment community.

“What a ‘sweet treat’ to be included in the opening of Angelina Bakery in Times Square,” says Joseph Benincasa, president and chief executive officer of The Actors Fund. “As Broadway theaters re-open their doors, The Actors Fund is here to support professionals in the performing arts community as they get back to work. And, we can’t wait for audiences to once again enjoy the magic of live theater—along with a Broadway Bombolone, of course!”

Angelina Bakery to launch mobile app

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With the upcoming expansion of three new locations, New York City’s Angelina Bakery looks to better serve its loyal customers.

Soon to be opening in Times Square, Herald Square and Williamsburg, the bakery has announced the launch of its official mobile app taking orders directly and offering exclusive deals and limited-time offers. Upon download, users will receive three 30 percent discount coupons and can earn points through ordering to get rewards. Extra features include daily deals and promotions and updates on seasonal menu items.

The Angelina Bakery Mobile App will allow busy New Yorkers to pre-order their breakfast, lunch and more quickly and efficiently with a user-friendly interface. The app will be available for free download starting Thursday, October 21 in the Apple Store, Google Play, Windows Store and Amazon Appstore.

Owner Tony Park, Italian-born but of Korean descent, brings a unique perspective to the pastry scene with Angelina Bakery – combining authentic Italian pastries with an Asian twist. Angelina’s famous Bombolone, an Italian donut, has been reimagined with an Asian-influenced recipe to be lighter with less sugar and butter but with more water and still has the same delicious taste. The Bombolone and Angelina’s other famous confection, the Brissant (brioche x croissant hybrid), are both available on the app for NYC locals and are also available nationwide on Goldbelly.

“I tried to take the best of all the countries I’m from – the artisanship of a Palermo bakery in the Vucciria (local market), the Korean-detailed attention to testing and finding the right balance between ingredients and the New Yorker philosophy of wanting an authentic breakfast and lunch, but often on the run,” says Park.

Angelina Bakery adds summer-inspired items to menu

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New York City’s Angelina Bakery, which specializes in Italian treats, has introduced a cool treat to beat the summer heat, the Italian-inspired Gelato.

Inspired by the taste of Angelina Bakery’s other iconic treats, the thick and creamy Gelato is offered in flavors including chocolate, pistachio, hazelnut, lemon, yogurt and strawberry.

Angelina Bakery owner Tony Park, who is of Korean descent but was born in Palermo, Italy and raised from a young age by an Italian family, pays homage to his Italian grandmother, Giuliana “Anna”, who taught him how to cook and bake as well as his daughter, Angelina.

The bakery reflects the authentic Italian pastry of his youth, but with an Asian twist. The bombolone, an Italian donut, known to be on the heavier side featuring Bavarian cream is updated with a lighter Asian influenced recipe.

Angelina Bakery currently has two NYC locations, with a Times Square flagship set to open in the city this summer.

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