Food & Drink

Beurre & Sel Opens

Cookie monster bait

beurre & sel!

Before you read on, please find a hankie to catch your drool.

Dorie Greenspan (James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, mom), Joshua Greenspan (Daniel alum, son), and Daniel Seehoff (collaborator, friend) open Beurre & Sel tomorrow.

Young Greenspan baked for his former coworkers, which made him popular — but not so much as CookieBar, a pop-up he and his mother created in 2010. The duo’s sablés (buttery, salty French shortbread) and chocolate World Peace cookies sold out daily, giving them a good reason to open a permanent sweet spot. (Actually, two: one in Harlem and one on the LES.)

Pick up tubes of mini shortbreads both sweet (mint chocolate, coconut lime) and savory (rosemary parmesan, sesame sea salt), along with streusel-topped jammers (an invention that appeared to Dorie in a dream). Larger single cookies — like caramel blondies — are available to sate grand appetites.

Kinda like yours.

Beurre & Sel at La Marqueta, 1590 Park Avenue, at 115th Street; Beurre & Sel at Essex Street Market, 120 Essex Street, at Delancey Street (917-632-3239 or beurreandsel.com).

Photo: Courtesy of Beurre & Sel

La Marqueta
1590 Park Ave
@ E 115th St
New York, NY 10029
120 Essex St
bt Delancey & Rivington Sts
New York, NY 10002