Locations

For many, New York is the city of dreams. For Melt Bakery, New York City is their life, love, and happiness.

Since day one, we’ve been working hard to bring you consistently excellent ice cream cookie sandwiches. In 2017 we celebrated our 7th summer on the High Line, and 6th year at Mad. Sq. Eats and other excellent UrbanSpace markets. We also ran our fourth season at Washington Square Park. We’ve even opened a second year-round location, at 111 Front Street in DUMBO!

COME SEE US at one of our year-round locations! [map]

  • 132 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002 - (646) 535.MELT (6358)
    • Sunday - Thursday, 12pm-10pm
    • Friday - Saturday, 12pm-12am
  • 111 Front St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
    • Every Day 12pm-8pm

We’re always working hard on a seasonal menu that’s more exciting than ever, and still keeping up with the quality you’ve all come to know and expect as we continue to expand.

Don’t feel like stepping out? Order delivery here!

Bopping around town? Out for coffee or dinner? Stop in at one of our restaurant and retail partners - find them here!

Next season, we’ll have carts all around the city. Stay tuned for updates on opening for these locations, and maybe some new ones! [map]

  • High Line at 15th Street
    • mid-April to mid-October, daily 11am-8pm (later in summer months!)
  • High LIne at 30th Street
    • mid-April to mid-October, daily 11am-8pm (later in summer months!)
  • Washington Square Park, northeast corner (weather permitting)
    • mid-April to mid-October, daily 12pm-7pm (later in summer months!)
  • Mad. Sq. Eats, General Worth Square
    • May and September, daily 11am-9pm
  • Broadway Bites, Greeley Square
    • Dates vary, spring/summer and fall, daily 11am-9pm
  • Urbanspace Garment District, Broadway between 39th and 41st Streets
    • Dates vary, spring and fall, daily 11am-9pm

Interested in wholesaling our sams? Email us here.

Before Melt Bakery was ever a thought, Julian the pastry chef and founder of Melt Bakery worked for 8 years in the fine arts in New York City. But one day, Julian knew he needed to make a change and decided to go back to school this time for Pastry and Baking at ICE.

A few years later, Julian met his co-founder Kareem over dinner with a mutual friend. Their friendship quickly blossomed over their love for food (specifically, Maida Heatter’s 62nd St. Lemon Cake, with a Meyer lemon twist!). They’ve been sharing one voracious experience after another ever since.

We’re looking forward to seeing you, and sharing this deliciousness with you soon!