As light as air, frozen flavor is shaved into clouds of sweet and sometimes gooey goodness at Wooly's Ice.
Though Hill Country may serve some of NYC's finest fried chicken, it's their housemade pies that shine through even brighter. From bourbon pecan and banana cream, to classic double cherry, there's no shortage of options.
This bakery creates deliciously simple morning treats that you simply can't start your day without.
At the Legendary Doughnut Plant, Mark Israel makes his signature square doughnuts and be prepared to be blown away by his sophisticated alternative to the doughnut hole: the doughnut seed.
This shop is reviving the cookie dough and ice cream combo with new and inventive pairings served in nostagic pull-tab cups with wooden spoons.
Located in the heart of New York City's trendy Tribeca neighborhood, this bustling American bistro combines charm and comfort with urban refinement in their seasonally inspired dishes and memorably updated desserts.
Reimagining the cannoli as the new eat-and-go treat of choice, this specialty shop blends unconventional flavors into one of Italy's most popular desserts.
Get your morning cup of coffee along with the deliciously hand crafted sweets that'll be sure to make for a great start to your day.
Roll up to this Tribeca establishment for creative sweets that include a large selection of homemade macaroons, tons of matcha desserts, and a wholly unique orange wasabi mousse.
An ice cream donut shop duo that is sure to please with their DIY donut ice cream sandwiches.
Nothing could be more Italian than this small bomboloni shop offering a wide array of traditional and modern flavors.
This charming little shop is putting a gourmet spin on the crispy rice treat, with flavors loved by children and adults alike.
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