Some of the best food in the world are found in New York. As if The City That Never Sleeps isn't perfect enough. You can wander the streets of NYC every day and find numerous dining options beckoning you to take a bite, with some of them you couldn't find anywhere else in the world.
If you're craving for dessert, well, then NYC is paradise. But what places should you go that offer the best sweet treats in NYC? Here are some of them:
Dominique Ansel Bakery. One of the finest French bakeries in NYC, Dominique Ansel makes bread and pastries your sweet tooth wouldn't get enough of. Their specialty, "kouign amann", doesn't see the end of day in their shop because these babies get depleted fast! Dominique Ansel Bakery is located at 189 Spring Street, New York.
Two Little Red Hens. This cute bakery may look quaint, but their cakes and cupcakes are coveted in the city. This is the place to get the "Brooklyn Blackout", the famous chocolate cake with choco fudge filling and topped with fudge frosting. Their red velvet cakes are also the best in the city, but make sure you stock up early. Dean & Deluca sells their cupcakes as well, so if you're in Soho, make sure to stop by.
Levain Bakery. Granted, chocolate chip cookies are delicious and commonly found in any bakery. But Levain's choco chip cookies are not delicious. They're mouthwatering. They're in a league of their own. That's why New Yorkers and tourists alike line up for hours just to get a taste of these heaven-made cookies. Levain's also offer other scrumptious pastries, but their chocolate chip cookies overshadow them all. That's how good they are.
Momofuku Milk Bar. Head down to East Village if you want to relish in New York's iconic desserts. Christina Tosi's menu is genius, with several delectable offers you'll have a hard time choosing what to pick. One of its most famous desserts is their "Cereal Milk Soft Serve", a seemingly innocent soft-serve ice cream topped with corn flakes, but if you get a taste you'll discover there's nothing innocent about it. Your taste buds will rejoice in this cold, delightful confection, and by the time you're done, we're sure you'll line up for more.
Pasticciera Rocco. Since 1974, this Italian-owned pastry shop has never failed in serving some of the most delectable desserts in NYC. Their menu consists of authentic Italian desserts that will make you lick your lips, but what really makes them stand out is their award-winning cannolis. Regular-sized or mini-sized, these will never leave your mind once you get a taste of them. So make sure you check them out.
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