5 Must-Try Sweets in the Northeast

5 Must-Try Sweets in the Northeast

By Anna Dunn, February 23, 2017

Deep River, Conn.
Main Street Sweet Shoppe
Grainne Baking Co uses local honey, eggs and dairy in its brown sugar shortbread buttons and sea salt chocolate chunk cookies, which can be delivered to hotels and convention centers.

Philadelphia
Urban Farmer
This restaurant is known for its grass-fed beef, but its dessert menu has a standout item: a reversed root beer float made with vanilla anglaise soda, cherries and root beer sorbet.

University Park, Pa.
Berkey Creamery at Penn State
The 150-year-old tradition continues at this celebrated on-campus creamery, which has created more than 100 flavors and serves about 750,000 hand-dipped cones and bowls each year.

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