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Pastryland Bake Sale & Pastry Plus Conference
28 Crosby Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10013
By Subway

The International Culinary Center is accessible by a variety of subway lines.icc 462 exterior

  • 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.



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Why attend?

Discuss important topics surrounding the pastry industry and pastry chefs, while meeting and networking with other great pastry focused professionals.

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. 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.

What is included in admission to the conference?

Admission to Pastry Plus includes access to the following two events this June at the International Culinary Center.
Saturday, June 13 | 1:00pm-3:00pm: Free General Admission to the Pastryland Bake Sale benefiting Cookies For Kids’ Cancer + 2 tokens
Sunday, June 14 | 9:00am-6:00pm: All-access pass to 2020 Pastry Plus conference events including Pastry Plus: The Business of Taste forum, keynote address, your choice of three individual specialty subject presentations, networking reception, plus breakfast and lunch.

Are Industry Field Trips on Friday, June 12 included in my Pastry Plus admission?

No. Industry Field Trips are a $10 ticket add-on. Space is limited, you must register with a ticket add-on when registering for Pastry Plus.

What are individual class sessions?

A series of smaller classes that focus on specific topics, in a range of subjects. Attendees select three (3) classes that align to their interests when purchasing their tickets.

What if I cannot attend both Bake Sale & Conference?

Pastryland bake sale is the charitable cause of Pastry Plus and a chance to see top pastry chef talent work. Unfortunately, your free admission to that event is non-transferable and does not impact your conference attendance. If you can only attend Pastryland, please find tickets for that event here.

Do I use my Pastry Plus ticket to gain access to Pastryland bake sale?

After purchasing your ticket to the Pastry Plus conference, you will receive an access code for your ticket to Pastryland bake sale on 6/13/20. You will need to register for your Pastryland ticket here by selecting an entry time.

What’s the ticket price?

Tickets are $120 (plus taxes & fees) per person. If purchased before February 28, attendees receive $30 off the ticket price with Early Riser discount. Click here for tickets. A group discount is available for groups of 3 or more. Please contact us at for more information.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email questions/comments/requests directly to

What if I wish to change one of my individual class selections?

Please email questions/comments/requests directly to

What is the dress code of the conference?

Smart-casual. Self coat-check will be available.

What’s the refund policy?

Due to the postponement of Pastry Plus and Pastryland, we will be honoring refunds for those who purchased tickets before 3/12/2020 for the original dates. Programming for the rescheduled dates will be consistent with what we had planned on the itinerary for March 28 and 29 pending any major conflicts; for ticket purchasers not available the weekend of June 13 and 14, a refund on previously purchased tickets is available until April 15, 2020 by emailing

Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the events?

Not necessary! Just provide the electronic ticket (via Eventbrite) for a paperless check-in process.


At the International Culinary Center, the health and wellness of our community, contributing chefs and students is our top priority. Our team has been diligently monitoring updates surrounding COVID-19, and with the rising concerns, have made the proactive decision to postpone our Pastryland Bake Sale and Pastry Plus Conference scheduled for March 28 and 29, to the weekend of June 13 and 14, 2020, respectively. We are taking this step to help protect all attendees and the establishments that they belong to, as we work in an industry that must continuously strive for safe and clean environments imperative for food preparation and our pastry chefs. We urge everyone to follow public health guidelines in order to preserve the welfare of our industry and ourselves.

Programming for the rescheduled dates will be consistent with what we had planned on the itinerary for March 28 and 29 pending any major conflicts; for ticket purchasers not available the weekend of June 13 and 14, a refund on previously purchased tickets is available until April 15, 2020 by emailing