10 Green and Lucky (Charms) Bites in New York

Did you know St Patrick's Day is the most widely celebrated cultural holiday of the world? From Shamrocks to clovers to leprechauns to rainbows to gold and so much fun and folklore, there are just so many ways to eat (and drink) through New York on the occasion, as well as the entire month of green-themed March for March Madness.

Big Gay Ice Cream
Soft serve with a side of sass! Founded by Bryan Petroff and Douglas Quint, they have seasonal funk like Cheetos, toasted coconut/curried peanut ice cream, tamarind, a Khanom Pang Ai Tiim Thai-style ice cream sandwich... you get the point. The seasonal special is Shamrock mint.

Chip City
Serving only 4 flavors a day, rotating per week, so don't miss the seasonal specials! This time around its a gigantic Lucky Charms cookie filled with marshmallow fluff and topped with white icing.

Half pound cookies for the win! For those that like to get straight to solid, powerful taste for the season try the wild dark chocolate Guinness cookie, with some Jameson whiskey chocolate ganache and Bailey's cream cheese inside. Boozy, and decadent!

Touted as one of the best bars in the world, their signature Irish whiskey recipe will knock your daylights out. Also available as a to-go kit.

Signature exploding cakes and colorful rainbow themed cakes, cake pops and desserts are always a favorite every holiday. This season, try leprechaun cakes that explode to even reveal gold with the rainbow!

Stop adulting for a while and become a kid again, with these cereal milk flavored ice creams topped with rainbows and charms cereal.

It's in the name, and odd means spunky! Creator Sam Mason has the likes of Knappogue Castle Irish Coffee, complete with whiskey and coffee liqueur.

As one of the top gluten free bakeries in the city, the green March mint cheesecake of your dreams is here. Too pretty to eat, too tasty to skip!

That classic 1950s handheld snack is back, and how! Pistachio raspberry cookies for a green March are a snack that'll transport you back in time.

The bakery that was established in 1946 has a legacy of delicious and finely crafted desserts, including the iconic cookies in custom half colors. Sweet shortbread heart cookies hand-dipped in white and dark chocolate, or the classic black and whites, as well as green for March.

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