The Vanderbilt Avenue "dessert speakeasy" closed this week; two new sweet shops are set to open nearby.
Brooklyn Kolache Co. beat Red Hook's Baked in the final round with its sweet, Texas-style Czech pastries
Sugar and Plumm will open a small cafe at the Fifth Avenue toy store on Thursday.
The celebrity Cronut baker is applying for a liquor license for his new spot on Seventh Avenue South.
DNAinfo rounded up six options for pie lovers to pre-order dessert for the holiday.
The Dessert Club on Bedford Street is an outpost of the East Village's ChikaLicious.
Tasty Theater serves gelée, a gelatin-like dessert that comes in flavors like mango mojito.
Crave.it will serve polenta cookies, strawberry-mint gelato and Milanese coffee.
Independent ice cream shops make cakes with vanilla ice cream, lavender velvet cake and more.
Until June 1, all proceeds of the Dirty Mint Chip Ice Cream Sammie will go toward the playhouse.
The Long Island City sweets shop will close on Feb. 28, according to an announcement on its website.
Canele by Celine serves bite-sized pastries that some have called the next dessert trend.
Brooklyn native Sarah Xie is offering the Chinese delicacy from a downtown Brooklyn storefront.
A West Village banker-turned-baker sells sweets called "Ginger Grants" and "Sinners & Saints."
'Chuck the Baker,' the pastry chef at the food delivery nonprofit, will spend Tuesday preparing desserts.
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