PLANNING YOUR VISIT
INTERNATIONAL CULINARY CENTER
ENTRANCE TO THE PASTRY PLUS CONFERENCE & PASTRYLAND BAKE SALE
28 Crosby Street, 5th Floor | New York, NY 10013
PASTRY PLUS PARTY
348 Hudson St | New York, NY 10014
For Conference Attendees Only
The International Culinary Center is accessible by a variety of subway lines.
- The N, Q, R, and W trains to Canal Street and Broadway. Walk north on Broadway to Grand Street, then east (turn right) to Crosby Street. Turn left to 28 Crosby Street.
- The 6 train to Canal Street and Lafayette Street. Walk north on Lafayette to Grand Street, then west (turn left) to Crosby Street. Turn right to 28 Crosby Street.
- The B,D, F, and M trains to Broadway-Lafayette Street. Walk south on Broadway to Grand Street, then east (turn left) to Crosby Street. Turn left to 28 Crosby Street.
By Train or Bus
Two major railroad stations (Pennsylvania and Grand Central) and one major bus terminal (Port Authority) serve New York City. Train and bus services to these stations include Amtrak, Metro-North, Long Island Railroad, Greyhound, Trailways, and New Jersey Transit. All three terminals provide easy access to the International Culinary Center via public transportation (see subway information).
There are several public pay parking garages in Soho.
- RL Mercer Street. 40 Mercer St.
- Alliance Parking Services, 335 Canal St.
- Champion Parking 700, 411 Broadway
- Wooster Parking, 6 Wooster St.
Street parking is available on Saturday and Sunday on Crosby Street between Howard and Broome St.
PRESS & MEDIA INQUIRIES
PASTRY PLUS: NEXT GENERATION COMPETITION
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Discuss important topics surrounding the pastry industry and pastry chefs, while meeting and networking with other great pastry focused professionals.
What is included in admission to the conference?
A weekend full of pastry networking, events, panel discussions and presentations!
Saturday, September 9, 2-5pm: Access to Pastryland Bake Sale at ICC benefiting City Harvest
Saturday, September 9, 6:30-8:00pm: Networking with attendees at the Pastry Plus Party at Choco-Story NY, the chocolate museum and experience with Jacques Torres
Sunday, September 10, 9:30am-5:30pm: All-access to conference events, including two large forums and your choice of two individual specialty subject presentations, plus continental breakfast and lunch.
What if I can only attend part of the conference?
There’s only one ticket price for full access. You can however buy tickets for the Pastryland bake sale at ICC to support your fellow pastry chefs and City Harvest. Click here for tickets.
What will be discussed at the conference?
Pastry Plus aims to connect the innovative minds of pastry professionals, providing a rare opportunity to meet and network in a positive, constructive environment to talk about the issues facing them individually and in the industry as a whole. The first-ever Pastry Plus is a platform to address the evolving workplace, to learn about industry innovations and to expand the sphere of the modern pastry chef. To see conference topics, click here.
I have purchased a ticket, but want to invite other pastry focused people. How can I do that?
We encourage Pastry Plus attendees to invite other pastry focused professionals. If you would like to invite a colleague in the industry to Pastry Plus please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s the ticket price?
Tickets purchased by August 8, 2017 for the Pastry Plus conference are $80 + fees per person. After that, ticket prices will be $95 + fees per person. Ticket code is required to purchase. Click here for tickets.
Do I need to print a ticket?
No. Just bring a photo ID for check-in.
A full refund for tickets purchased is available up until August 25, 2017 by emailing email@example.com. Refunds will not be given after that date.