Bite-sized desserts are popping up all over the city. These small sweets are addictive – and the best part? No mess and no utensils. If you’re looking to get your sugar fix, here are our favorite places to get these tiny confections.
Brooklyn has always been home to numerous great bakeries, with a few new ones poised to join the long-standing ranks. Whether you’re looking for a slice of homemade pie or a rendition of Ebinger’s famous Brooklyn Blackout Cake, here are the borough’s best.
Take your Fourth of July picnic, barbecue or pool party to the next level by serving Independence Day-themed cuisine.
How would you like to score a free cupcake today? Yeah, that’s what we thought.
The ‘Greenwich Village History & Dessert Tour’ takes place this week (until April 12), and allows New Yorkers to explore the historical background of downtown New York City.
We’ve been scouring the bake shops (tough job, right?) and we’ve sourced out the best places pick up a slice or a cupcake in the Westchester region.
It appears as if the cupcake trend is here to stay. Here are some of the best spots in the city for a sweet treat. This Valentine’s Day, try one of these nine sweet treats.
Despite two losses in two days on the West Coast, Knicks fans do have a little something to cheer about here at home – if they’ve got a sweet tooth.
Don’t show up to that holiday party empty-handed. Here are the city’s 6 best bakeries.
Always a big hit during the autumn months and the holiday season, venues across the five boroughs are serving up pumpkin-infused treats this fall.
As Halloween quickly approaches, bakeries and restaurants all over NYC are gearing up for a sugar overload. Indulge your sweet tooth in these Halloween season goodies, perfect to bring to a themed party or to treat your little ones with on October 31st.
Let’s face it. Halloween is all about the sweets! Here are some tips on keeping the candy mayhem to a minimum and a few recipes for spooky lookin’ treats.
While seasonal treats are a staple at bakeries and coffee shops throughout the city, Lower East Side’s Babycakes is taking things one step further.
The West Village bakery made famous by Sex & The City is honoring Gay Pride Week with a rainbow-themed confection.
The New Jersey cupcake shop which brought the celebrated Charlie Sheen “Winning” cupcake is bringing another sweet treat to the Tri-State area: A free day of live music and festivities to benefit a Bloomfield animal shelter.