10 Sweet (and Sometimes Spirited!) Spots for the Spring Green 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.

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! They also have the Dublin Party Pie, with a delectable Spiced Bailey’s Irish Mocha cream filling, and Jameson Whiskey Ganache on the top 

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!

The largest outdoor beer garden in Manhattan's Lower East Side! Frozen Green Margaritas, Green Beer & Guinness and the Spring Beer & Cocktail Festival runs from March 9th to May 1st.

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

A new American dining experience in midtown featuring 400+ whiskies and craft cocktails. And for St Paddy's? Teeling Small Batch Irish whiskey cocktails.

The Ragtrader & Bo Peep NYC
Once a garment factory, the spot has plenty of St Patricks Day fun, with Teeling Small Batch Irish whiskey and more festivity to rejoice with.

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

"The scoop at this Manhattan ice cream shop is knowing there’s a speakeasy in the back" - WSJ. A speakeasy that's worth reckoning with, and for spring, its just better when its Irish (coffee).

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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