Everything Fun You Can Do in NYC This Weekend
Don’t be that person in line for a box of chocolates at 5PM this Monday: Save yourself a ton of stress by picking up some sweets for your sweet early. Many of NYC’s tastiest bakeries and buzziest restaurants are selling their Valentine’s Day specials all weekend.
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La Churreria’s version of an ice cream sundae is topped with a heart-shaped churro, which is a sweet touch. They’re serving up churro ice cream sundaes all month long.
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“La Churreria in Nolita has officially reopened its doors after an 18-month hiatus to offer delectable freshly-fried dough treats out of a 12 seat cafe inspired by the classic cafeterias in Spain…”
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”The Spanish churros shop La Churreria at 284 Mulberry Street is celebrating this week’s launch of The Feast of San Gennaro with an over-the-top, limited-edition menu item that will have you skipping dessert because you already had it for dinner…”
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A fresh churro is a thing of great beauty: simultaneously crunchy and chewy, piping hot, and glittering with cinnamon and sugar, And luckily, now that La Churreria has reopened, you don’t have to hop a plane to find a legit version…”
LA CHURRERIA REOPENS AFTER PANDEMIC CLOSURE
“The irresistible smell of freshly fried dough wafts through the streets of Nolita once again…La Churreria reopens its doors today on Wednesday, September 8th, 2021, offering New Yorkers the taste of traditional Spanish treats…”
WHY WE LOVE IT
“Indulge your sweet tooth with Chef Jesus “Lolo” Manso’s authentic Spanish churros recién echos (churros made fresh)! Choose from a variety of churro options, such as a churro ice cream sandwich, lollipop churros, stuffed churros, and more!…”
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This churro-centric spot is putting the cutest Easter spin on their crispy cinnamon churros by twisting them up into bunnies and bunny ears.
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When people ask why New Yorkers don’t leave New York, the answer is simple: there is no need. I mean, when you can walk down a block and feel as though you have passed about a hundred restaurants offering authentic cuisine from all different cultures, why buy the plane ticket?