Who does not love desserts? Almost everyone, but what restaurant has the best dessert in NYC? Well, today we have compiled a list of the best restaurants serving delicious desserts in NYC. let’s check them out.
Ice & Vice is an ice cream company that specializes in creative flavors. They keep us on our toes with their new concoctions, and we’re always waiting for the next one! We invited them to Time Out Market New York to make everyone happy with a taste of their delicious creations.
Corn husk meringue at Cosme
Enrique Olvera’s husk meringue, with its fine, ash-dusted hull giving way to a velvety corn cream that pops in your mouth and melts on the tongue, is proof he was born for this.
Green tea mille cake at Lady M Cake Boutique
At this small flagship café—filled with stone tables and Venetian wood chairs—you’ll find the cafe’s signature 20-layer crêpe cakes. Our go-to is the green tea mille, which makes us envious that we’ll probably never be able to make it ourselves.
Pistachio cake at Burrow
You could walk by Burrow three times and miss it (and we have). Located inside the lobby of a run-of-the-mill glass building eyesore in Dumbo, there’s no street-facing storefront to give you an idea of what treasures lie within. While others wait for the elevator, head to the black door that seems out of place from all its surroundings; this is your cue—come on through! Once inside, you’ll find yourself surrounded with quiet confidence as they’re not trying too hard or going overboard with decorations like some other places might do. The pistachio cake will really make you want more since their recipe includes: Pistachio Mousse Praline Crunchy Feuillantine Layers.
Marzipan fruit at Fortunato Brothers
Since 1976, Fortunato Brothers has been serving Italian pastries in Williamsburg. Known for their affogatos, cannolis, and sensational gelato, you’ll find old-school New York charm here. Customers wear Yankee hats and talk in a Brooklyn accent that’s slowly fading; what’s especially unique about Fortunato Brothers is their dedication to the craft of marzipan art! Bananas are sculpted with almond paste into lifelike shapes, while ears of corn are shaped as if they’re being harvested from an ear on the stalk – all at Christmas time when it would be most appropriate to have such delicacies. And during “Feast of Seven Fish” (which happens specifically around Christmastime), there will also be marzipan.
Potato Head sundae at Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain
If you’re searching for proof that New Yorkers have been yearning for simpler times, look no further than this old-timey soda fountain. At the antique-filled apothecary—rehabbed by siblings Peter “Petey” Freeman and Gia Giasullo with the help of reality TV show Construction Intervention—nostalgists can transport themselves to a Main Street America where people would hit up their local pharmacy for root beer floats and lime rickeys. There’s an emphasis on seasonal, local ingredients– just like in those days gone by! The Mr. Potato Head sundae has a delightful mix of flavors and textures that can be enjoyed by all ages, from the youngest to the oldest! From sweet caramel sauce and crunchy potato chips with creamy whipped topping – this is one dessert you’ll love making over again each year for your family gatherings or as an after-school snack!
Which fast-food chain has the best desserts?
The cold and the hot, mixed together in a single indulgent dessert, it is hard to imagine that any other fast-food chain could give you what McDonald’s has.
What is the number 1 dessert?
The top trending dessert nationwide is chocolate fudge sundae, up 312 percent from last year. Following that are vanilla bean cheesecake (227% more popular), fruit crepe (215%), caramel churro (210%), and rainbow donut at 204%.
What is the most famous dessert?
The Most Iconic Desserts in America
- Chocolate chip cookies.
- Apple pie.
- Pecan pie.
- Carrot cake.
- Ice cream.
- Boston cream pie.
- Banana pudding.
What is America’s favorite cake?
It’s not only America’s favorite cake – it’s the most favorite cake in the world.