Kowalski Quality Baked Goods was a bakery owned by Jacob Kowalski and located at 443 Rivington Street in New York.[1][2]

Opened by Jacob Kowalski in early 1927,[3] — after Newton Scamander discreetly left him a suitcase full of Occamy eggshells that he could use as collateral for a loan — it offered many Polish speciality cakes and pastries including piernik, paczkis, faworki (aka chrusty), babka, makowiec, and sernik. Breads included obwarzanek krakowski, challah, angielka, and slask. It was particularly famous for its imaginative pastries, whose shapes resembled many magical beasts.

Henry was Jacob's assistant at the bakery.[4]


Kowalski Bakery menu

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New York, NY, USA