17 "Dessert" Restaurants in New York.
Martha’s Country Bakery is an all-day spot in Williamsburg with lots of seating and a huge variety of desserts.
Dominique Ansel Kitchen is a West Village cafe that serves some of the best baked goods in the city.
Even if you don’t live in Jersey City, you should go there just to try the ice cream at Milk Sugar Love.
Sugar Sweet Sunshine Bakery makes the best cupcakes and puddings on the Lower East Side.
Grace Street is a coffee shop and dessert place in K-Town where you can sit down and eat a delicious Korean donut or some shaved snow.
Eddie’s is an old-school ice cream parlor in Forest Hills where you can eat a giant sundae and feel like a kid.
Paul’s Daughter is a counter-service spot on the boardwalk in Coney Island that has everything from lobster rolls to soft serve.
William’s Candy Shop is a classic spot in Coney Island for candy apples, cotton candy, and ice cream.
Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies is a spot by the water in Red Hook that specializes in - you guessed it - key lime pie.
Ample Hills has some of our favorite ice cream in the city and they have a seasonal pop-up location in the Riis Park Beach Bazaar in the Rockaway’s.
Ample Hills makes some of the best ice cream in NYC. And this Gowanus location has a roof. Go eat ice cream on it.
Besfren is a small Korean pastry shop with highly photogenic desserts that are actually worth eating.
Van Leeuwen is one of our favorite ice cream shops in New York. The Greenpoint outpost is small and also has coffee and a few pastries.
The lines at Peter Pan Donut in Greenpoint are as long as they were 50 years ago (out the door) for a reason.
Ample Hills is a truly excellent ice cream shop, especially if you're not a purist when it comes to your flavors.