Soho is known for our high end designer shopping.

However that’s not all!

Here are a few delicious treats that everyone should try at least once!

imageBlack Tap

Located at 529 Broome Street (between Thompson Street and 6th Ave).

They are best known for the artfully designed shakes that sell for $15.00 each.

The shakes that look at taste amazing have taken social media by storm.

Regardless of weather, locals and tourists are more than willing to wait in line for

one of these “hella-insane” milkshakes!

imageLaduree Soho

Located at 398 W Broadway, they are best known for their macaroons priced at $3.00 each.

Locals and tourists pour in for the famed macaroons, which are shipped from Paris weekly.

They also have a tea room and full service restaurant great for breakfast and lunch.

imageDominique Ansel Bakery

Located at 189 Spring Street (between Thompson Street and Sulivan Street).

Should you feel like standing in line at 7am for their famous Cronut you will surely not be disappointed!

What’s a cronut?!

It’s a croissant built into a doughnut with a cream filling and lots of sugar.

You can try one of these amazing pastries for $5.00 each.

imageGeorgetown Cupcake

This bakeshop is owned by the sisters from the show “DC Cupcakes” and is located at 111 Mercer Street.

You can try one of these amazing cupcakes for free! Yes, I said free!

Be one of the first 100 people to ask for the cupcake and you get it free.

If not you can try any one of the many different cupcakes they offer for $3.00 each.

imageMariebelle

Located at 484 Broome Street and is best known for their chocolate products.

Their Aztec hot chocolate seems to be one of their more famous product.

You will find no coco powder in their hot coco. Its made with chopped chocolate.

Their chocolates are a luxurious line of handmade filled chocolates.