42nd East Bakehouse is a city centre pitstop for some of the sweetest New York style treats in Leeds. Come and get some of the best cookies, pastries and brownies coated, filled, smothered and spilled with layers of gooey goodness.
There are gluten free, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
42nd East Bakehouse is a sugary affair. They take the simplicity of a cookie – think basic – and turn it into something extraordinary! The cookies are layered, segmented like a pizza and literally piled on with other sweet goodness. Cake and pastry options with the same kind of love and attention are available for anyone that doesn’t like a cookie – is there anyone?
42nd has you covered. Grab a cup of tea or coffee. Or take it up a notch with one of their chocolate bar laced shakes.
Located in the Corn Exchange: a community of independents in one of the most historical hubs of commerce in the city. The grade 1 listed building is from the height of the Victorian era, giving your visit a grandiose feeling of the vintage kind.
42nd East Bakehouse takes a New York style approach to serving the people of Leeds on the move. And they do this by producing these beautiful baked treats onsite. And it’s dog friendly!
The Corn Exchange is a 5-minute walk from Leeds train station. And on the doorstep of the city’s flagship shopping centres – Trinity & Victoria. Yet, you’ll be pushed for time to get your teeth stuck into the commercial shopping with over 20 high class independents in the Corn Exchange.
Where to Park
The nearest car parking is paid and at Crown Street Car Park.
How To Get HereGoogle Map Directions
42 East Bakehouse is located in the beautiful Corn Exchange on the edge of Call Lane. This corner is on one of the busiest routes in Leeds city centre. You have complete access to buses (a dedicate stop outside the Corn Exchange). And the train station is a brisk 5-minute walk away.
Delivery is available.
Note from Discover Leeds: Where possible we suggest contacting directly and/or collecting as third party delivery companies take a large cut.
What To Do Next
After you’ve indulged in some refined sugar head down to the workers coop at Wharf Chambers for some live music and a drink.