Eat and Drink S'mores in NYC: 6 unique ways to indulge By STACEY SYKES | Special to amNewYork August 5, 2014 2:39 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email There's more to s'mores in NYC. Sure, the simple pleasure of warm gooey marshmallows and chocolate between two graham crackers evokes a certain nostalgia -- and are a lot of fun to eat. But in New York, there's more than one way to enjoy the classic treat. In honor of National S'mores Day on August 10, here are six unique ways to get your s'mores fix in NYC that don't involve a campfire: Over French fries Photo Credit: Sticky's Finger Joint Ever wondered what it would be like to combine s’mores with French fries? Well, Sticky’s Finger Joint — best known for its offbeat take on chicken fingers — recently opened a new location in Murray Hill that serves this unlikely culinary combo. The s’mores fries feature a basket of crispy fries smothered in chocolate sauce, roasted marshmallows and crumbled graham crackers. $5.51; 484 Third Ave., 646-490-5856, stickysfingerjoint.com Stuffed in a calzone Photo Credit: Jill Futter Clinton Hill newcomer Emily has gotten a lot of praise for its pizza, but one of its standout dishes comes from the dessert menu in the form of a s’mores calzone. To make it, the restaurant fills pizza dough with marshmallows and chocolate chips, folds it into a calzone shape and cooks it in a wood-burning oven. The calzone is topped with a graham cracker crumble and cut into pieces for sharing. $10; 919 Fulton St., Clinton Hill, 347-844-9588, pizzalovesemily.com Frozen Photo Credit: Thomas Schauer Most people associate s’mores with campfires, but it turns out they can be enjoyed as a frozen treat, too. Dominique Ansel Bakery — home of the famous Cronut — has also put its twist on the classic treat with its frozen s’mores. Each one is made from an all-honey marshmallow that has a core of vanilla ice cream coated with chocolate feuilletine wafers. The concoction is impaled on a willow wood branch and torched to order. $7; 189 Spring St., 212-219-2773, dominiqueansel.com As a sugar sandwich Photo Credit: Robert Gim For those who like their s’mores with a bit of panache, Macaron Parlour, which has locations in the East Village and Upper West Side, sells a s’mores macaron made with dark chocolate ganache and marshmallow fluff sandwiched between a brown sugar and honey shell. The bakery also offers a s’mores doughnut for a more substantial treat. $3; 111 St. Marks Place, 212-387-9169, 550 Columbus Ave., 212-799-9169, macaronparlour.com In a mason jar Photo Credit: Max Brenner Dessert spot Max Brenner offers several variations of the treat, but one of the most popular is the S’mores Concoction, which combines marshmallow fluff, milk chocolate mousse, graham crackers and caramelized bananas in a mason jar. Other options include the DIY “Urban S’mores,” where you and a date can roast your marshmellows over a small grill, a s’mores crepe and a s’mores sundae. $10.95; 841 Broadway, 646-467-8803, maxbrenner.com Deconstructed Photo Credit: Brett Cline Tribeca hotspot Distilled serves a deconstructed s’mores dessert made with charred homemade marshmallow that’s spread across a plate and adorned with warm melted chocolate, graham cracker-flavored cake, graham cracker crumble and vanilla ice cream. The abstract take on the treat is frequently available as a special — or by request — and will soon be added to the menu full-time. $10; 211 West Broadway, 212-601-9514, distilledny.com By STACEY SYKES | Special to amNewYork Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.