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Cold Ice Cream, Warm Cone: This NYC Trend Is The Perfect Fall Dessert

Get ’em while they’re hot! On Monday, I tried one of the ice creams from Taiyaki NYC, a dessert shop that opened in September and has become a staple of food-porny Instagram feeds. Nestled between Manhattan’s Chinatown and Little Italy neighborhoods, Taiyaki NYC serves up traditional Japanese fish-shaped cakes stuffed with soft serve. They’re so adorable, you can’t resist taking photos and showing them off ? before gobbling them up.
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