Thai rolled ice cream and shaved snow are taking over.
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The growing chain's ooey gooey buttercake takeover continues when the Manhattan location opens in May.
Expect dozens of different paleta flavors, hand-churned ice cream, and slushy, fruit-flavored chamuyadas from the founder of La Newyorkina.
The supermarket hopes "Patti cakes" will go as viral as her sweet-potato pie.
For those who dare to break the holiday-dessert stranglehold, a new array of options to finish your feast with surprise endings that are frozen, Nutella-riddled, or prune-laced.
Claire Ptak, of Violet Cakes, is building an impressive career.
Coconut-ginger and chai are going on the menu tomorrow.
It requires an entire day of prep and traditional molds that had to be smuggled from India. It can be yours for $6.
He earned many accolades while at Le Bernardin.
Attack this Filipino shaved-ice drink-cum-dessert from the top down.
Grub Street scoured the country looking for shops that give doughnuts their due respect.
With the arrival of some serious new gelaterias, a couple of newfangled retro parlors, and the first local Dairy Queen in three decades, New York is virtually heat-wave-proof.
Strawberry-tomato sorbet, blueberry pie-shakes, and more.
Gelato, pudding, waffles, and more. Because it's Christmastime.
Deep-fried poshness hits Lexington Avenue today.
This year’s flavors: salted caramel apple, bittersweet chocolate pecan, brown butter pumpkin, and the slightly racy sounding salty honey.
They'll be selling books, pastries, and confections, as well as hosting events.
The cupcake specialist is claiming the owner of Apple Cafe Bakery copied its "unique and distinctive" icing swirls.
Is it cookie o'clock yet?