Coming Soon: Panade Cafe at 132 Eldridge Street

Posted on: December 1st, 2010 at 6:27 am by

In 2006, public school teacher turned baker Yvette Ho opened Panade at 129 Eldridge Street, serving a variety of custom puffs, pastries, sandwiches, and beverages. Four years later, the snackery is transitioning to a related culinary concept, and with it, a change in venue.  Thanksgiving was to be the last day at this location.

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An announcement in the window of the former space indicates that the business will move across the street to 132A Eldridge, where renovations are nearly complete.  In the process, the bakery will become Panade Cafe, a seemingly natural extension of what Ho has already done for the last four years.  The menu received a slight facelift and, much as before, the food remains budget-conscious (nothing above $10).

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Per their Facebook page:

Panade Café Menu

Savory Puffs Panade’s signature savory puffs are a perfect light snack. $.80 each

Ham and cheese

Sandwiches Made on Panade’s homemade puff bread

Half sandwich $4.00   Full Sandwich $7.00

Mozzarella, fresh tomato, basil and pesto
Black forest ham, brie, sliced cucumber, honey mustard
Ham, Emmenthaler swiss cheese, fresh tomato, olive tapenade
Smoked turkery, swiss cheese, sundried tomato, basil
Turkey, fresh spinach, avocado, garlic aioli
Honey roasted turkey, avocado, red pepper pesto
Roasted vegetables with Fontina cheese and balsamic vinaigrette
Parma prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, basil, balsamic vinaigrette

Salads $8.95

Mixed green salad with choice of honey mustard, balsamic vinaigrette, or oil and vinegar

Add dried cranberries, goat cheese, pecans, walnuts, cucumbers, fresh tomatoes, roasted vegetables, smoked salmon, avocado, fresh dill

Breakfast   (Available  from 8am-11pm)

Baked eggs served in your choice of puff  $3.00
with cheese, ham or bacon add $.75

Hot oatmeal $2.50
with dried cranberries and almonds add $1.00

Homemade muffins $2.00

Homemade Assorted Cookies, Cupcakes, Pies

There is no concrete opening date just yet, only the ambiguous target of December.

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Panade Cafe, 132A Eldridge Street, (212) 966-6775

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