12 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
About this place
Bosie offers a wide offering. Classic French cuisine for dinner with lighter variants for lunch. The world renowned tea-service, pastries are also on offer all day. Reservations are recommended for our popular tea services for 6ppl or more. Please enquire with the restaurant for private events, catering and wholesale options.
Tips from locals
French pastry chef Damien makes tarts & cakes with different tea flavors you will remember for years to come.It's hard to find any other pastry shop in Manhattan that beats this one on french macarons
BEST Macarons and Pastries in USA !!!! our resident chef owns this resturant . stop in !!
It's a bit hidden, but the macarons and pastires here are to die for. The pastry chef used to work at Pierre Herme in Paris.
it is a very precious hidden gem in the village - and if you're a tea lover or simply want some delicious macaroons, go here! cozy soft seating in the back, too.
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Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 10:00 AM
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