5 Locations with Martin's Products - (1.9 Miles)
5 Locations with Martin's Products - (1.9 Miles)
Famous Indeed…

Famous Indeed…

Famous Indeed…

Chefs using Martin’s Rolls Win Big at 2018 Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival

“The judges selected Chef Patrick Schaeffer of Citi Field as this year’s Pat La Frieda’s 2018 NYCWFF Burger Bash® Champion for his Sliders & Sinkers burger served on a Martin’s Potato Roll.  The crowd of over 3,000 attendees awarded the People’s Choice Award to Clinton Hall for their Double Smashed Burger on a Martin’s Big Marty’s sesame-seeded roll.”

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PR Newswire

(10/22/18)

Martin’s Potato Rolls Hosts “Family Picnic”

“Every three years Martin’s plans a ‘family picnic,’ which more closely resembles a small carnival, at both of their bakery locations… It featured 22 custom carnival games, various outdoor games, inflatables, an escape room, raffles and prizes, a stage featuring live music and entertainment, campfires to make s’mores, and a nightly fireworks display! Visitors enjoyed a variety of food from local restaurant vendors including…Continue Reading

PR Newswire

(09/27/18)

Martin’s Famous Pastry goes bold in packaging update

“​Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc. has unveiled a new look for its Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Potato Bread. The company said it has added a ‘bolder, richer purple hue and an eye-catching swirl pattern’ to the product’s packaging.”

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bakingbusiness.com

(08/31/18)

The 4 Best Burger Buns You Can Buy

Best Potato Hamburger Bun

“Martin’s we adore thee. Your buns are perfect: Buttery and sweet, never gummy or stale. (But seriously, how are they always so fresh?!) These buns have the power to elevate any backyard burger to gourmet status. The burger of my dreams consists of a super-thin patty, melty cheese, and a Martin’s roll.”

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Delish

(07/23/18)

Martin’s Potato Rolls and Bread Are New York City’s Favorite

“Martin’s Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc.®, has the highest bread and roll sales in the New York metropolitan market.  According to 52-week IRI sales data ending June 17, 2018, Martin’s Sandwich Potato Rolls, Martin’s Long Potato Rolls, and Martin’s Potato Bread hold the first, second, and third place, respectively, for highest dollar sales in the entire fresh bread and roll category.”

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PR Newswire

(07/19/18)

How to Cook a Hamburger Like a Chef

​Consider the bun–The bun shouldn’t be an afterthought. A bad bun can ruin all of your other efforts…’The bun should just be the toasty vehicle to get the burger into your mouth, however sesame seed is a nice flavor addition,’ says Corey. Try what Whitener calls the king of all buns, Martin’s Potato Roll. ‘It’s sweet, soft, fluffy, and somehow never falls apart when [you’re] eating it.'”

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GQ

(06/26/18)

The best way to grill a burger…

“Serve on a soft bun.  To Michael McDearman, a judge for the World Burger Championship, the bun is the second-most important consideration after the choice of meat. ‘When you bite into the bun, you should not have to unhinge your jaw,’ he says. ‘It should have enough substance to hold what you put on [the burger]. It should complement. When I bite into it, I want to get every flavor of that bite.’ Shake Shack uses resilient, pillowy Martin’s potato rolls. Just sayin’.”

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(06/21/18)

Carla Makes BA Smashburgers | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

Watch Carla from Bon Appetit make homemade smashburgers using Martin’s Potato Rolls!

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Bon Appetit

(06/12/18)

“Beyond the Plate” Podcast Hosts Martin’s® Potato Rolls

“This week’s podcast episode of ‘Beyond the Plate,’ hosted by Andrew ‘Kappy’ Kaplan, features Julie Martin of Martin’s Famous Potato Rolls and Bread.  Julie talks with Kappy about the Martin family’s journey into the bread world, sharing some fun stories along the way, and discusses how Martin’s continues to give back to the community.”

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PR Newswire

(06/01/18)

What Is the Perfect Burger?

“It’d definitely be a Martin’s Potato Roll toasted with butter, two thin patties, a light schmear of thousand island, American cheese, and grilled onions. [At Chefs Club Counter] we do a combo of thousand island: We put a little bit of dijon mustard in so it has a twang on it.”

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Esquire

(02/27/18)

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