Prato Bakery

Prato Bakery

Has two locations

371 4th street (corner of Newark avenue), Jersey City NJ 07302

(201) 798-8900

info@pratobakery.com

 

Hours

Monday to Saturday: 7:00am-7:30pm

Sunday: 8:00am-7:30pm

 

201 Washington street Hoboken 07030, (corner of 2nd street)

(201) 683-6551

info@pratobakery.com

 

Hours

Monday to Saturday: 7:00am-7:30pm

Sunday: 8:00am-7:30pm

 

Available for Dine in, Pick up, Catering, and Private Events

 

Prato Bakery, located at 371 4th street in Jersey City downtown, has opened in 2015 after a four years experience in the West Village in New York City. The goal has always been the same: to bring the Italian and Tuscan authentic baking tradition to the US. The bakery, called Prato to celebrate the hometown of the owner and baker Simone, offers a variety of baked goods handmade every day in the premises as well as a cafeteria with an Italian espresso machine for the perfect cappuccino and espresso. One of the most popular item are the cantucci, the typical biscuits of Prato, made with almond, chocolate, figs, apricot and prunes, and the famous brutti buoni, all baked following an ancient and traditional recipe.

Another original Tuscan tradition is the ‘schiacciata’ or focaccia, a flat bread with salt and olive oil, with which we prepare our famous sandwiches with original Italian imported cold cuts like Prosciutto di Parma, prosciutto cotto, mortadella, bresaola, buffalo mozzarella and many more. As for the sweets we have many options, from the cornetto to the pancioc, but the Pan di Ramerino, with rosemary and raisin in a soft bread, is another original recipe from Prato. Now you can enjoy the great taste of Tuscany at our other location in Hoboken, in our corner shop in Washington street and second.

It’s the mission of Prato Bakery: when you step inside our bakeries you feel like you’re in Tuscany! Our friendly staff will greet you with a Ciao and will be happy to serve you our authentic Italian food.

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focaccia sandwich on a cheese board, a cup of espresso, a pastry and cup of orange juice as well as a book titled "Prato"

latte with a cookie dipped inside

prato bakery counter with an area to pay and glass case filled with pastries

 

 

 

 

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