“We wanted to create a place where people felt at home, somewhere that people came back to often and the quality of the food shone.” – Rose Carrarini. Rose Bakery was created by Rose Carrarini and her husband Jean Charles. Great place to sit and chat with a friend, definitely try their scone with butter + jam and stroll around Dover Street Market afterwards.
Website
newyork.doverstreetmarket.com
Address
Rose Bakery, 160 Lexington Avenue, New York, United States
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Qingyu Wu (Q) is an award-winning designer, krautrock lover, and cult film dedicated fan based in New York City. Qingyu holds a BFA in Graphic Design from Virginia Commonwealth University and an MFA in 2D Design from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her work has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), the Type Directors Club (TDC), and China Graphic Design Association (CGDA). Featured by AIGA Eye on Design, It’s Nice That, People of Print, Ficciones Typografika, Women of Graphic Design and more. Qingyu received the Golden Award at The A’ Design Award & Competition 2018, Gold Award from CGDA 2017 Graphic Design Academy Award, and Certificates of Typographic Excellence Award from TDC 64. She has lectured at the Art Center College of Design, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute.
 

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