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Find your sweet reward on Voice Places. From decadent delights to fat-free treats, we’re your guide to dessert in New York. Professional critics and local users offer reliable recommendations. And our searchable restaurant listings? They’re the cherry on top.

Dessert in New York

  • Dough
    305 Franklin Ave. | Brooklyn

    Dough is probably the world's greatest donut shop, though there are some contenders in San Francisco and Portland, Oregon. The product is paradoxically light and cakey at the same time, and the... More on Dough »

  • Ai Fiori
    400 Fifth Ave. | Murray Hill

    Go big or go home must have been Michael White's thinking when he opened the sleek Ai Fiori on the second floor of the Setai Hotel just a few months after debuting Osteria Morini. Luxury abounds... More on Ai Fiori »

  • Buvette
    42 Grove St. | West Village

    Small plates continue to take over New York City, suckering the gullible into paying big bucks for tiny bites. Yet at Buvette, Jody Williams's new Francophilic "gastroteque," you'll actually... More on Buvette »

  • Balaboosta
    214 Mulberry St. | Nolita

    Mulberry Street used to mean suffering through bland penne alla vodka or lackluster veal Marsala. But now it"s an oasis for omnivores, in part thanks to Balaboosta, Einat Admony"s lively and... More on Balaboosta »

  • The Brooklyn Star
    593 Lorimer St. | Williamsburg

    Go ahead and drink the Kool-Aid. No, really. The electric-red drink is offered at this Williamsburg restaurant that's imbued with a Southern, cheffy sensibility. Not everything works, but how can... More on The Brooklyn Star »

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  • The John Dory Oyster Bar
    1196 Broadway | Chelsea

    This Ace Hotel location marks the second incarnation of seafood emporium the John Dory Oyster Bar, the original having lasted less than a year on a desolate block in West Chelsea. Foot traffic... More on The John Dory Oyster Bar »

  • Danji
    346 W. 52nd St. | West 50s

    This new Hell's Kitchen Korean restaurant, Danji, helmed by Hooni Kim, formerly of Masa and Daniel, is a 36-seat jewel box that maximizes every inch of space. Cleverly hidden in drawers under the... More on Danji »

  • Eddie's Sweet Shop
    105-29 Metropolitan Ave. | Jamaica

    The homemade ice cream is old-fashioned tasting, and the soda fountain drinks of the remote past are all available. There's no denying the antiquarian appeal of Eddie's Sweet Shop, founded in 1909... More on Eddie's Sweet Shop »

  • Rice to Riches
    37 Spring St. | Soho

    Add this to your list of strange snackeries: a futuristic space that specializes in rice pudding, with a merchandising style that befits an ice cream parlor. Twenty-one flavors, from the... More on Rice to Riches »

  • Cake Shop
    152 Ludlow St. | Chinatown

    From 9am to 4am, Cake Shop serves warm coffee and the sweetest indie rock in town. You can take your music live downstairs or enjoy excellently curated mp3s upstairs over one of the bakery's... More on Cake Shop »

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  • It's no secret that the outer boroughs are home to some of the meltiest parts of New York's vast cultural and culinary crockpot. Like socarrat -- the crunchy bits of rice at the bottom of the paella pan -- the tastiest morsels are on the edges, hidden beneath layers of bomba rice, or in Flushing's case, the 7 train. The Queens neighborhood boasts an impressive array of cuisines, with a... More on Flushing Mall »

  • For the second year running, and this year maybe to fill the void left by now-finished Chaos in Tejas festival in Austin, the New York's Alright punk/hardcore festival is here. From Thursday through Sunday, various spots throughout Brooklyn and Manhattan will be drenched in feedback, d-beats, leather, bristles, studs and acne.* The big draw to fests of these sorts is the appearance of... More on The Acheron »

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