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Our Waterfront Bakery, Location and Hours

Our Location: 185 Van Dyke Street, 11231

New Location, Steve's Authentic Key Lime Pie

Our New Location


185 Van Dyke Street, all the way to the very end (or beginning) of Van Dyke, past Ferris Street and the “Dead End” signs, you’ll see us on the left. For a Google Map with driving directions, please follow this link.


GPS 40°.40′.40″N, 74°.01’05″W

Our location IS your best bet for purchasing a pie (in terms of freshness). We’re entering of our “off season” hours, so we try and stay open on Friday till 6-ish, Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 AM until 6~7pm.  We are semi-closed on Monday and Tuesday, semi-open Tuesday thru Thursday although the hours are random. Some have taken great umbrage with the posting of these hours, so consider yourself warned (you Yelpers especially!) You can call and make an inquiry, or just take a drive-by and see if the roll-up gate is up. I’d say if you arrived after 11:00 AM and before 3~4:00 PM, there’s a good chance you’ll catch us with the door open, but to quote Clint Eastwood, “If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster”. Hint; if the roll-up door is completely down, we are closed. Banging, yelling or tapping on the glass will not help. This is typical of many businesses (gate down, closed for business.)