We sourced the sweets here from our local NYC shops. Bakeries near you may be able to create something similar— or offer their own beautiful and delicious specialties.
The massive, famed Italian markets can be found in New York, Chicago, Boston, and L.A.—and around the world. Each has its own unique selection of baked goods; eataly.com.
This French bakery and café is located in downtown Manhattan—at the corner of its namesake Lafayette Street and Great Jones Street. Stop by if you’re in the neighborhood, or browse its offerings online (available for pickup or local delivery); lafayette ny.com.
Ayako Kurokawa is the artist behind the sculptural pastries of the NYC pâtisserie Burrow—created in the classic French style with Japanese and American influences. Visit her Brooklyn shop on weekdays, or browse her website: burrow.nyc.
Ring Ding Bar at Duane Park Patisserie
Launched two years ago by the famed Tribeca pâtisserie, Ring Ding Bar creates artful, from-scratch interpretations of the childhood classic handheld treats. Order online at ringdingbar.com.