Gallery: First Look: The Sweets at Runner and Stone, Brooklyn, NY

French Favorites
French Favorites

Runner and Stone offers a variety of French-inspired favorites, like this Palmier cookie. The flaky, light, and almost over-sized elephant ear runs you just $1.00.

A New Neighborhood Face
A New Neighborhood Face

Head baker and co-owner Peter Endriss makes a "reverse commute" every morning into the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn from Manhattan. Rooted neighbors need not travel quite as far for their morning fix.

Brioche
Brioche

The brioche loaf ($5) has hints of orange blossom water, making it suitable for spreading with fruity jams, toasting with maple syrup, or enjoying fresh off the rack.

Rye Brownie
Rye Brownie

The Rye Brownie ($3) is a massive square of 72% dark chocolate, rye flour, and caraway. A bread baker's inside joke for perceptive sweet eaters.

Almond Croissant
Almond Croissant

The Almond Croissant ($3.25) gets a boozy twist—it's filled with almond cream and vanilla rum syrup.

Turnovers
Turnovers

The Turnover of the Day ($3) features different housemade fillings. We caught them on a Lemon day, with bright and citrusy cream enveloped in a beautiful puff pastry purse.

Day to Night
Day to Night

The sleek movable panels at Runner and Stone seamlessly transform the space from coffee shop and boulangerie to wine bar and restaurant.

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