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One Of The Top Bakeries On Long Island: Fiorello Dolce

Fiorello Dolce

In the quaint town of Huntington on Long Island, a sweet haven emerged in June 2006 – Fiorello Dolce Patisserie. Founded by Executive Pastry Chef duo Gerard Fioravanti and Steven Marinello, this culinary gem has become a home for exquisite pastries, artisanal treats, and an unexpected twist of the supernatural.

Fiorello Dolce boasts a skilled team, including Sous Chefs Kristy Chiarelli, Brian Vasquez, Jackie Johnson, Miguel Reyes, Cole Stolte, and Joseph Ramirez. Together, they craft the finest pastries, with a reputation for serving the best croissants east of New York City and west of Paris.

What Makes Fiorello Dolce Different?

What sets Fiorello Dolce apart is their commitment to quality. Using only butter and the freshest ingredients, every item is made from scratch. From doughs like sucre, brisee, puff pastry, brioche, to the famous croissant dough, each delicacy is a testament to their dedication to the craft.

The Patisserie’s daily offerings include a delectable array of tarts, cookies, cakes, bread, and pastries – all made fresh to tantalize the taste buds of their devoted patrons.

Chef Gerard Fioravanti, a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York City, brings a wealth of experience. Having worked alongside renowned pastry chefs like Laurent Dupal, Jacques Torres, and Geoffrey Zakarian, his culinary journey has been nothing short of extraordinary.

Chef Gerard’s accolades include winning the Food Network show “Bake You Rich,” where created the famous “Frenagle” (a french croissant bagel). He also served as a former NYC radio morning show sidekick, and featured on award-winning shows such as NBC NY Live and Restaurant Hunter. His journey has been chronicled in publications like Newsday, adding to the mystique of Fiorello Dolce.

Fiorello Dolce Has More Than Baking In The Kitchen

Beyond his impressive culinary resume, Chef Gerard has a unique story to tell. With twenty years of baking experience and five years of writing under his belt, he discovered that Fiorello Dolce wasn’t just a patisserie; it was haunted. Originally from the Bronx, Chef Gerard now calls Huntington home, where he creates mouthwatering desserts and introduces patrons to the supernatural side of his establishment.

“The Baker’s Ghost”

In addition to crafting delicious pastries, Chef Gerard has penned his first novel, “The Baker’s Ghost,” weaving together his passion for baking and the supernatural. Ghosts and Spirits visit Fiorello all the time. According to the medium who came by, there are quite a few ghosts tied to Fiorello Dolce, some of whom have been there for years and others are loved ones related to the employees.

A few Spirits are feisty and menacing. Plastic buckets will fall, rolling carts will move, spoons fall off the tables, spatulas twang on a magnetic board and even a paring knife fell off a magnetic bar and slid across the table once! In Gerard’s book, “The Baker’s Ghost,” you will learn about all the hauntings that occur inside this local business and will enjoy the ride! Make sure to pick up your copy here.

Fiorello Dolce

Conclusion

This Patisserie isn’t just a place for culinary delights; it’s an experience that blends exceptional pastry artistry with the enchanting world beyond. So, the next time you savor one of their heavenly croissants or indulge in a decadent tart, know that you’re not just in a patisserie – you’re in the realm of Fiorello Dolce, where ghosts, spirits, and orbs dance alongside the aroma of freshly baked pastries.

Fiorello Dolce is located at 57 Wall Street in Huntington, NY and is open Tuesday-Saturday 7am-6pm and Sundays from 7am-5pm.

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