Luckybird is a boutique bakery specializing in handmade, indulgent baked goods for parties, weddings, birthdays, special occasions & for everyday sweetness. Everything is made to order in our Brooklyn kitchen. Hand-crafted and bespoke, using the finest & freshest ingredients available. Tastings are available by appointment only.
Booking Thanksgiving pies & confections! Please email us for details & pricing. We offer delivery throughout New York City or pick up is avialable in our Brooklyn kitchen.
From beautiful tablescapes to small platters, Luckybird provides the perfect selection of sweets for any occasion, including favors to take home & savor later.
Fill your holiday season with Luckybird pies, cakes, breads, brownies, gingers, caramels, brittle, jams & more! Nine inch mixed berry star or criss cross pie - $45. Nine inch sweet & spicy pumpkin pie - $39. Nine inch blackberry graham pie - $50. All pies come in reusable steel pans & are baked with organic berries. Please email for complete Thanksgiving menu!
With a love for making endless layer cakes for any & every occassion, Luckybird specializes in bespoke cakes made with organic eggs & butter. Often adorned with fresh flowers, organic berries or excotic chococlates, our cakes are as beautiful as they are delicious.
We are thrilled to have our holiday organic blackberry pie in this month’s issue!
Amy Berger is the self-taught baker behind Brooklyn’s favorite custom, made-to-order baking studio, Luckybird. Her previous career in fashion has shaped her unique visual sensibility that she now brings to catering events & gatherings. “I’ve been in love with baking since I was a little girl. I love creating salty or spicy updated versions of my childhood favorites. I have a huge sweet tooth myself & an incredible passion for feeding people desserts. With a vast repertoire at hand, some of the most fun is had collaborating with customers. Working with clients on wedding cakes, tablescapes filled with sweets, birthdays, corporate events & specialty gifts are my favorite things to do.”