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Here's a short (eight-minute) documentary by filmmakers Keif Roberts and Peter J. Haas, who turn their cameras towards Brooklyn's 60-year-old Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop. Owner Donna Siafakas recounts how her Greenpoint bakery has seen the neighborhood evolve from primarily Polish immigrants to today's influx of "big flocks of hipsters," but the film's main focus is the bakery's regular customers, who gather for coffee and egg sandwiches at the counter. Go, meet the restaurant's eclectic group of regulars, who discuss the changing Greenpoint:

Video: Peter Pan Bakery: A Documentary Film

· Peter Pan Bakery: A Documentary Film [Vimeo via Eater NY]
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Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop

727 Manhattan Ave, New York, NY 11222

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