New York to Get 'Cake Boss' Cafe

Great news for New Yorkers—or visitors—with sweet teeth: The New York Post is reporting that Cake Boss—the popular cable TV reality show set in a family-run Hoboken, NJ bakery—is opening an offshoot in the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

The 2,774 square foot “Cake Boss Cafe” will be located in the north wing of the terminal, and will be the second eatery from New Jersey baker Buddy Valastro, Jr.

Valastro’s Hoboken shop Carlo’s Bakery — where the TLC-show is centered — has become a major tourist draw in the neighborhood, often with lines around the block. The Manhattan branch is also expected to draw huge crowds, said Michael Francois, Chief of Real Estate and Development for the Port Authority.


 

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