5 new delights to eat in New York City
There is any chance to travel to New York City and not to try one of the millions delights here? Some of them are already classics, like the hot dogs from the trucks on the streets and the cupcakes from Mgnolia Bakery.But, people here are very creative – specially when it comes to sweets. I showed a lot of these new delicious items on my Instagram profile lately – follow me to see daily New York City tips and news – and I thought that would be interesting put everything together in a post here.
The Ultimate S’mores – Chef Dominique – cronut creator – Ansel created The Ultimate S’mores, a new version of the classic american snack. The dessert has Speculoos cookie, Shards of milk chocolate with Maldon sea salt, honey marshmallow and dark chocolate ganache with Cabin Fever. You can stop by the West Village shop, in New York City, to buy one of treats starting Oct 21.
Address: 137 Seventh Ave South.
OddFellows – The Sandwich Shop – How about a place specializing only in ice cream sandwiches? Amazing, hum? So, you should check OddFellows, that opened in the beginning of October. There is a lot of flavors, including S’mores, with marshamallow ice cream, chocolate cookie and bacon. Yes, bacon!
Address: 75 East 4th Street.
Toutti Frutti Push Pop – trendy downtown French restaurant and bakery Lafayette has added a new menu item: push pops. Patissière Jen Yee has created a gourmet version of the childhood favorite frozen treat, but without the cartoon-themed wrapper. The push pops, $5, are made with milk-based rainbow sherbet and crushed assorted macarons.
Address: 380 Lafayette Street.
Chocolate bars – Magnolia Bakery, besides its famous cupcakes and Banana Pudding, now has chocolate bars. And the flavors were inspired by famous bakery’s pastries: Banana Pudding, Red Velvet and Lemon Bar. $5,25 each one.
Address: Rockefeller Center, 1240 6th Ave (more locations here)
Red velvet brownie – if a chocolate brownie is good, what should I say about a red velvet brownie? This delight is from Padoca Bakery – a new Brazilian location in Manhattan. The red cake and the ice frosting are a perfect mix.
Address: 359 E 68th St.
Laura Peruchi is a Brazilian blogger, author, and entrepreneur. She has lived in Manhattan with her husband since 2014. Since then, she has shared on her blog varied content about the Big Apple. From travel tips, including unusual things to do, shopping tips, etiquette, restaurants, and a lot more, her blog has become a reference in Portuguese (also available in English) for anyone planning a trip to New York City.