"Most of this video will delight you and even the small part that does not (and if you watch it all the way through you'll know exactly what I'm talking about) is so short that it isn't even worth getting upset about. Ya got 8 minutes? Ya got time to watch this."

"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..."

"... the documentary is a quick watch, but it’s able to effectively show everyone who moves through the bakery on a given day, from Greenpoint lifers to newcomers with weird Leonardo DiCaprio-based art projects. Though we’d avoid watching it while hungry, because you’ll only get hungrier seeing all those donuts and egg sandwiches."

"Filmmakers Keif Roberts and Peter J. Haas have done a splendid job at capturing the delightful sense of community that lies at the sugar-dusted heart of Peter Pan."

"60-yr old Peter Pan Donuts in Brooklyn still does donuts & egg sandwiches right [as seen] in this short..." (@Breadaholic)

"Wow, there's a short documentary on Peter Pan Bakery?! #nowiwantdoughnuts"
- Elena (@novelsounds)

"Beat on a drum, and I will come. Ugg-a-wugg! I love this Peter Pan (Bakery) doc..."
- Charlotte Druckman (@cettedrucks), The Skirt Steak Files

"Awesome short film about Peter Pan Bakery, the best little donut shop in the world."
- BuzzFeed Food

"This beautiful documentary I spotted on @Eater gives me goosebumps. Peter Pan and Greenpoint; Two treasures..."
- Paulie Gee (@PaulieGee)

"The wonderful Peter Pan doughnut shop--on film." 
- Jeremiah Moss, Vanishing New York

"A glimpse inside Donna Siafakas’ bakery in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, that makes you yearn for a hot egg sandwich or chocolate-iced doughnut."
- Abbe Lewis, associate editor 

"Donut documentary. What could be better?"
- DonutsAGoGo (@DonutsAGoGO)

"It’s been pretty brutal in the city that never sleeps lately. Icy, snowy, sleety, plus slippery sidewalks and (extra) cranky denizens. So don’t visit right now; it’s horrible here.  However! What you can do, from the comfort of your own home, is drool over some of the city’s finest fare: mozz, lox, and donuts. New York, arguably, does them better than anywhere else in the world."
- Alex Van Buren, Yahoo Food