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  • Marthas Country in the News

    This is the busiest time because it's Thanksgiving eve.

  • Martha's Country Bakery: Astoria - CAFE of the Week

    Martha’s Country Bakery on Ditmars Boulevard. welcomes you all back after a brief pause for expansion. Due to the popularity of this stellar bakery, the eating area has expanded to include a glass-enclosed atrium which will open up to the sidewalk in warm weather. Rustic, country chic with a touch of modern is the décor, with wood beam ceilings and plank floors. Wood plank table tops and cool, modern lighting and brand new bathrooms are all beautiful and super clean.

  • Marthas Country Bakery Review

    Just off the Long Island Railroad Bayside stop, this guy need to seek some shelter, but there are only bars all around. Many of them are full of cougars too, but wait, this guy smells the sweet smell of cakes, pastry and coffee. It so dark and cold, but the glow of the window is so inviting. Will this guy get a warm place to get his fix? Let’s see.

  • Martha’s Country Bakery: Slice of The American Dream in Forest Hills

    Carrot cake, chocolate mousse, gelato, marble yogurt pound cake, very berry napoleon, Oreo cupcake, frozen mixed drinks, hot chocolate, coffee…this is only the beginning of what meets the eyes upon entering the newly expanded Martha’s Country Bakery in Forest Hills.

  • Martha's Country Bakery

    This cute bakery on Austin Street specializes in classic American cakes, cupcakes, cookies, tarts, and all sorts of pastries, with a large, bright take-out counter and a cozy seating area in the back. Customers can choose from a dozen different cake combinations for special occasions and order piping hot coffee to go with their treats.

  • Martha's Country Bakery

    36-21 Ditmars Blvd Astoria (718) 545-9737 70-30 Austin Street Forest Hills (718) 544-0088 OPENING SOON! 41-06 Bell Blvd., Bayside

    The story of Martha's Country Bakery is as much a story about one immigrant family's hard work and passion for baking, as it is about outrageously delicious cupcakes, pound cakes, fruit tarts and cookies, specialty cakes and more.

    Owner George Stertsios recounted how his father and mother Martha, took over a German bakery in Hell's Kitchen in 1969. They took classic

  • Martha's Country Bakery