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Albero dei Gelati

Park Slope
Desserts - Outdoor
Farm fresh gelato at Albero (L’Albero Dei Gelato)! They use ingredients from small farmers and sustainable producers with both sweet and savory gelatos.
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Ample Hills Creamery

Prospect Heights
Desserts
A New York classic, Owners Jackie Cuscuna and Brian Smith have made-from-scratch custard base with local eggs and dairy, mixed in with the likes of candy, snacks and pantry staples aplenty.
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Baked

Tribeca
Desserts - Café
Sumptuous isles of desserts will tantalize you for this bakery specializes in cakes. But they have a working space, a savory snack collection and terrific coffee too.
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Bibble and Sip

Midtown West
Desserts - Café - Outdoor
House-made baked pastries and desserts with creative presentation. From buttery croissants to matcha filled cream puffs.
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Big Gay Ice Cream

East Village
Desserts
Soft serve with a side of sass! Founded by Bryan Petroff and Douglas Quint.
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Blossom Ice Cream

Cobble Hill
Desserts - Outdoor
The hand-rolled ice cream with vegan hand-rolled options too!
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Blue Marble Ice Cream

Prospect Heights
Desserts
This is New York City’s only Certified Organic, GMO-free ice cream.
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Brigadeiro Bakery

South Village
Desserts - Café
A Brazilian bakery with Brigadeiros, desserts, freshly baked pão de queijo and coffee.
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Brooklyn Farmacy

Carroll Gardens
Desserts - Outdoor
This soda fountain in Carroll Gardens has your childhood favorite sundaes gone adult! Pretzel rods, massive dessert bowls, velvety ice creams, ice cream cookie sandwiches and the classic sundaes from your childhoods, reborn.
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Brooklyn Kolache Co

Bedford Stuyvesant
Desserts - Café
Serving Texas style kolache, or Czech pastries with cheese or fruit, in Brooklyn.
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Chinatown Ice Cream Factory

Chinatown
Desserts
From classic vanilla to Asian inspired flavors like sesame and taro, this is a Chinatown favorite.
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Chloe's Soft Serve Fruit

Flatiron
Desserts
Healthy and tasty all at once! Only fruit, water and a touch of organic cane sugar in every delicious bite.
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Creme and Cocoa Ice Cream

Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Desserts
Culturally Caribbean, it's no surprise that in addition to the classics, this Brooklyn spot has the boozy ocean vibes coming through strong.
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DO, Cookie Dough Confections

Greenwich Village
Desserts
Cookie dough addicts rejoice. From sweet to salty, your sweet tooth is in for a treat at the world's first gourmet edible and bakeable cookie dough.
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Davey's Ice Cream

East Village
Desserts
This spot will take you back to your childhood as you slurp away on pistachio and nutella flavored scoops of ice cream alongside sundaes, milkshakes and pies. Ah, to be a kid forever.
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Flip Sigi

West Villlage
Restaurant - Desserts
Our favorite Filipino Taqueria of the city puts a twist on Filipino classics, such as the chicken adobo and longanisa sausage.
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Ice & Vice

Lower East Side
Desserts
Not a old fashioned ice cream parlor, this is a contemporary take on ice cream with urbanized classics and seasonally funky flavors.
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Il Laboratorio del Gelato

Lower East Side
Desserts
Conceived as a custom kitchen for discerning chefs "the Lab", offers fresh, unique flavors in classy and sumptuous flavors, all with a unique spin on the Italian method of artisanal ice cream making.
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Keki Modern Cakes

Chinatown
Desserts
Ever tried an authentic Japanese cheesecake? Soft, airy and bouncy (even called Bouncy Cheesecake), these are in a handful of flavors with a 15 minute wait time for freshly made ones that are always served warm. Get ready to salivate.
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La Newyorkina

Greenwich Village
Desserts
Mexican ice, paleta, flavorful ice creams and sweets, all in one roof! Founded by James Beard nominated chef Fany Gerson.
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MO Gelato

Little Italy
Desserts
When Italy arrives in New York. Mo’s rich, creamy, classic gelatos come in an array of classic and twist flavors from the master gelato-maker in Italy.
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Malai Ice Cream

Carroll Gardens
Desserts
Eggless ice cream made with little air marries with the founder Pooja Bavishi's South Asian upbringing. So we have with strongly spiced flavors at a food festival vendor-turned-Cobble Hill parlor.
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Mikey Likes It Ice Cream

East Village
Desserts
Michael “Mikey” Cole is one of the first pop culture-inspired ice cream shops. Ice Ice Mikey? Yup. Pink Floyd? Oh Yes.
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Milk and Cream Cereal Bar

Little Italy
Desserts
Adulting is hard, so this spot makes us go back to childhood when cereal is all we ate. Desserts and caked themed around desserts, this is an adult playground.
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Morgenstern's Finest Ice Cream

Lower East Side
Desserts
With a quirky set of weekly changing flavors from burnt honey to durian (!), the toppings include honey brittle or sesame caramel to round off your ultimate, tasty and texture driven ice cream experience
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Odd Fellows Ice Cream

East Village
Desserts
A decadent, rich and inventive ice creamery where the founders pasteurize their own ice cream base. Perfection.
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Patisserie Chanson

Flatiron
Desserts - Café
Bringing the ambience of a European Patisserie, this dessert parlor has decadent offerings, including some savory choices for a snack or lunch.
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Petee's Cafe

Clinton Hill
Desserts - Bar - Café
The cute cafe has a cyclic variety of great pies by the slice, all made with fresh ingredients.
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Pies 'n' Thighs

Williamsburg
Restaurant - Desserts
Williamsburg’s favorite spot for American home food with fried chicken, baked goods and an award-winning apple pie (as well as award-winning doughnuts!).
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Posh Pop Bakery

Greenwich Village
Desserts - Café - Outdoor
The red, white and blue or pride-themed cheesecakes might be a spinoff from pies, but they are damn delicious and equally pretty to look at!
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Ring Ding Bar

TriBeCa
Desserts
That classic 1950s handheld snack is back, and how! Pride colored rainbows in your hands for a snack that'll transport you back in time.
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Sam's Fried Ice Cream

Lower East Side
Desserts
Fried ice cream, what?! It's a paradox, but a hot fried crust enveloping an ice cold morsel is definitively the coolest thing you've tried.
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Soft Swerve

Lower East Side
Desserts
Ube, purple yam, macapuno coconut, black sesame and hong kong milk tea - not just funky buzz words but flavors of ice cream and frozen yoghurts!
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Spot Dessert Bar

East Village
Desserts
Dessert monsters, look no further. A dessert only tapas spot where traditional confections are remixed with an Asian flair with superfoods like matcha, green tea, yuzu and kobacha. Get ready to salivate.
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Stick With Me

Nolita
Desserts
A delectable dessert shop by a team of chocolatiers who make exquisite confections by hand.
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Stuffed Ice Cream

East Village
Desserts
Home of the 'cruff': A perfectly toasted, glazed doughnut stuffed with your ice cream flavor and toppings of choice.
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Sugar Hill Creamery

Harlem
Desserts
The spunk is in the neighborhood inspired diverse flavors.
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Supermoon Bakehouse

Lower East Side
Desserts - Café
A bakehouse by Ry Stephen who founded the famous Mr Holmes Bakehouse, boasting of fun filled desserts and baked goods.
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Sweet Moment

Soho
Desserts - Café
Welcome to the home of Bingsoo - mountain high piles of shaved ice in funky flavors! Along with an array of lattes with adorable art by talented baristas.
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Taiyaki

Chinatown
Desserts
Home of inventive, flavorful and funky ice cream and taiyaki waffles, a slice of taste and history from Eastern Asia. Taiyaki is a Japanese style fish shaped cake, which is the base of the ice cream!
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The Doughnut Project

West Village
Desserts
Doughnut lovers rejoice. This place makes small batch, hand crafted yeast doughnuts to order in funky and inspired flavors with ingredients like habanero, maple bacon, and even frozen doughnuts for the summer!
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The Flour Shop

SoHo
Desserts
Think unicorns, cake, dreams, glitter, rainbows, ice-cream, sprinkles, cotton candy, sparkles and more - all in dessert format!
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Tipsy Scoop

Kips Bay
Desserts
Ever heard of an ice cream barlour? This spot offers only boozy ice cream. That's right, tequila and vodka find their new homes in dessert.
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Van Leeuwen Ice Cream

East Village
Desserts
Flavors might not get wild but they are deep, indulgent, and especially the vegan and newer oat milk-based ice creams, with the former in coconut base.
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Vivi Bubble Tea (LES)

Lower East Side
Desserts
While it has many locations in New York, the Lower East Side (LES) spot is something else - pop rock cotton candy atop frothy bubble tea with s'smores and ice cream? YES!
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Whipped Urban Dessert Lab

Lower East Side
Desserts
With lab and science at its forefront, this is a minority and women-owned, award-winning hotspot.
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William Greenburg Desserts

Upper East Side
Desserts
The bakery that was established in 1946 has a legacy of delicious and finely crafted desserts, including the classic series of pies for holiday seasons.
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