You could say the BreadBox Café in the type of restaurant that just rolls with the flow. The Long Island café serves up coffee and baked goods in a very unique setting decorated with almost 2,000 rolling pins.
The stunning decor is an homage to the building's roots which date back to the 1950s when the structure opened as a mechanic's garage. Instead of demolishing the historic buidling, architects opted for framing the structure with a steel beams outfitted with 1,600 rolling pins.
The end result is an eye-catching facade that definitely inspires diners to walk in and order a freshly-baked pastry. Patrons may choose to dine indoors or in the ornate outdoor terrace.
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