HOME > Chowhound > Manhattan >

Discussion

Mini desserts???

Where are the places in the city that carry mini desserts. Not only cupcakes (but cupcakes are good too) but other things too.

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
  1. Venero's (spelled wrong I'm sure!) on 2nd and 11th I think make amazing mini canolis.

    1. Financier carries a platter of assorted mini pastries and they are so pretty and delicious! There are mini eclair and chocolate tart and mini cheesecakes, etc. I think it is 16 pieces for about $22.

          1. Bruno Ravioli, a mini chain with several locations around town, sells mini versions of almost all the desserts they carry, including cannoli, napoleans, eclairs, cups of mousse. The cannoli are among the best I've had in Boston and NYC.

            -----
            Bruno the King of Ravioli
            2204 Broadway, New York, NY 10024

            Bruno the King of Ravioli
            282 1st Ave, New York, NY 10009

            Bruno the King of Ravioli
            387 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10010

            Bruno the King of Ravioli
            249 8th Ave, New York, NY 10011

            1. la bergamote has fantastic mini fruit tarts, with a delicious ground walnut base

                1. Check out Kyotofu. Incredible small desserts. A steady stream of people coming in just to pick them up to go.

                  1. check out luxee cafe on clinton street, they have mini versions of desserts on their menu, plus macarons, cheesecake, tart tatin, etc.

                    http://www.luxeenyc.com/

                    1. I second Luxee. You might also want to check out these places:
                      Dessert Truck - http://www.desserttruck.com
                      Dessert Club (opp ChikaLicious) - http://www.yelp.com/biz/chikalicious-...
                      Beard Papa - http://www.muginohousa.com/

                      1 Reply
                      1. re: Gastrosnobs

                        The Bakery at Whole Foods also has a healthy selection of mini-desserts. Especially if you're looking for seasonal treats.