Pie, believe it or not, can be consumed any day of the year. Although it’s convenient to have an excuse for pie it doesn’t need to be a holiday or Pi Day. It can simply be a nice day outside and you happen to have a craving for a bakery treat. We’ve created this list of some of the best sweet and fruit pies in the city. Seasonality aside, if these NYC pies are available they should go directly into your mouth.
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No one would dare argue that San Francisco has a shortage of quality ice cream trends. Over the last three years, we’ve covered San Francisco’s must-try ice cream experiences, the uniquely San Francisco ice cream flavors, the bomb ice cream sandwiches, and more. Heck, we’ve even been so bold as to declare San Francisco “a holy Mecca for ice cream.” When it comes to flavors we’re number one and lucky as hell to live here.
Even with all of our fancy ice cream San Francisco is a little slow when it comes to playing the game of ice cream aesthetics. Sure, we finally have rolled ice cream, fish-shaped ice cream cones, and ice cream filled donut sandwiches, but those things have existed in other cities for years.
Here are some ice cream trends happening around the world that we’d love to see come to the Bay Area.
Pie is one of the most versatile baked goods in the Universe but there are still people who make bold statements like “I hate pie!” You might even call some of those people “family.” Well, this holiday season, we want to change hearts, minds, and stomachs, so we’ve collected some of the must-try pies in the DC metro area. Be the “Pie Hero” of your family dinner by bringing one of these delcicious round pastries to the table.
Chicago is easily one of the top pie cities in the country (and for once we’re not talking pizza). The great thing about pies is there’s a pie for everyone. And the great thing about Chicago pies is we have plenty of pies to go around. Sure there are some people who claim to “hate pies” but that’s most likely because they grew up eating pies at Aunt Nancy’s house and no one liked Aunt Nancy’s pies because she constantly chain-smoked and it infused everything she baked with the flavor of Pall Mall. Save yourself from Aunt Nancy’s pies this holiday season by volunteering to bring the pie (if you’re reading this, sorry, Aunt Nancy).
You no longer need to trek to Berkeley to get picture perfect fish-shaped ice cream cone. Uji Time Desserts has quietly opened in Japantown this month and Yelp is already full of snaps of soft serve ice cream on top of fish-shaped ice cream taiyaki pastries.
Uji Time made waves in Berkeley last year when they started sharing a space with the equally Instagrammable Vampire Penguin. The perpetually long-lined Berkeley location sells more than a dozen soft serve flavors for adorning your photo friendly fish-shaped ice cream cone. The SF shop is softly opening with only a handful of flavors including the matcha, tofu, and black sesame.
In addition to soft serve, the shop is serving up a selection of adorable mochis including matcha chocolate chip, salted caramel, and ginger zing.
Uji Time Desserts has moved into the location previously occupied by Mitsu Teahouse at 22 Peache Plaza, Ste. 440.
Soft serve stuffed in taiyaki has been a growing trend across the United States. New York City has several shops serving up the Japanese pastry.
This post about Uki Time’s fish-shaped ice cream cones originally appeared on UpOut.com.