Roni-Sue's Chocolates in New York, NY is a famous chocolate shop that has been featured on popular TV shows like Unique Sweets. They are known for their creative and delicious handmade chocolates and truffles that come in a wide range of flavors.
Pig Candy: crispy slices of fried bacon dipped in chocolate.More restaurants on Unique Sweets Near New York , NY
Farm to table with great unique sandwiches
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inventive flavors and unusual toppings take center stage
A gelatoria that is creating a cross breed of funky, chunky American ice cream and traditional Italian gelato.
Sandwiches American Cafe
Montreal style Bagels
Rebecca Weitzman, Chef de cuisine, Inoteca, New York, NY (winner)
In New York, he eats the goat Billy Balls at The Meatball Shop which has locals lining up until 4am for their succulent round...
Italian Traditional American
Scott Conant Apollonia Pizza
Claire Robinson - Grapefruit Margarita
Mexican Cuban Chinese
Kristen Kish Mera Mera Dip with Soba Noodles
Erin McKenna's Bakery NYC is a vegan and gluten-free bakery located in New York, NY. It is well known for its delicious bak ...
Claire Robinson - Glazed Eel
American International Tapas
Claire Robinson - Onion Soup Dumplings
Traditional American Eclectic & International Pan-Asian & Pacific Rim
Eclectic & International
Tyler Florence - Grilled corn on a stick
Lombardi's in New York, NY is a classic pizzeria established in 1905 and is known for being the first pizzeria in the Unite ...
Michael Psilakis - Knoblewurst
Traditional American Eclectic & International Hot Dogs
At CafÃ© du Monde, youâ€™ll find near-perfect New Orleans doughnuts topped with powdered sugar, called beignets. But donâ€™t ...
the oldest family name in deep-dish pizza. Layer after layer of cheese, meat, veggies and sauce, bake on a delicate, buttery ...
Guy Fieri - Chaps Submarine
He feasts his eyes on a mammoth deep-dish pizza overflowing with meat and, of course, tons of bacon.
Marc Summers - Cheesesteak
Italian Cheesesteak Fast Food
Located in the Strip District, Primanti Brothers is a legendary fast-food joint known for its sandwiches, always topped with ...
Camille visits Al's Italian beef -- a Chicago staple for 70 years -- to learn about the restaurant, its history and to experi...
Italian Steakhouse Fast Food
Cheesesteak Feud - Winner!
Steakhouse Soups Cheesesteak
The Varsity in Atlanta, GA is an iconic fast-food restaurant that has been featured on popular TV shows like Food Paradise. ...
Traditional American Hamburgers Hot Dogs
Ribs Food Feud.
Sunny Anderson - Bread Pudding
Traditional American Cajun & Creole
This episode's challenge was to finish 15 dozen oysters at Acme Oyster House and join the "15 Dozen Club". Adam succeeded in ...
Seafood Cajun & Creole
Cheesesteak feud - loser.
Steakhouse Soups Traditional American
Adam Gertler - Plague Bringer Burger
Traditional American Hamburgers
Adam Richman heads to Oklahoma Joe's for succulent pulled pork and saucy spare ribs. This award-winning barbecue does the cit...
Sandwiches Cafe Catering
Anne Thornton - The Godfather
Traditional American Vegetarian Sandwiches
Great place to end a bar crawl
Vegetarian Bakery Ice Cream
Wolfgang Puck - French Dipped Sandwiches
Soups French Traditional American
Fried Chicken Eggs Benedict
Traditional American New American
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