Eat and Drink St. Patrick's Day desserts: Cupcakes, cookies, ice cream and more By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Updated March 16, 2017 6:32 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email St. Patrick’s Day doesn’t have to just be pints of Guinness and platters of corned beef and cabbage. Here are some sweet treats to help mark the day. William Greenberg Desserts Photo Credit: William Greenberg Desserts Among the holiday offerings, find large shamrock-shaped butter cookies, topped with green, vanilla or chocolate icing. ($3/each; 1100 Madison Ave., Fifth Avenue and Central Park South-Food Court at the Plaza Hotel, 212-861-1340, wmgreenbergdesserts.com) OddFellows Ice Cream Co. Photo Credit: Jennifer Mitchell Enjoy a flight of whiskey ice creams at the Williamsburg shop. The trio includes Dead Rabbit Irish Coffee made with Clontarf Irish Whiskey, inspired by bartender Dale Degroff's own recipe; Knappogue Castle Single Malt Irish Whiskey ice cream with sherry syrup; and Burnt Marshmallow ice cream with a Knappogue Castle 12 Year wash. ($13, available through March 31; 175 Kent Ave., Williamsburg, 347-599-0556, oddfellowsnyc.com) Underwest Donuts Photo Credit: Emily Nhaissi The doughnut faves have teamed up with Other Half Brewing for an Irish Stout option -- a stout-infused cake doughnut with a stout beer glaze and coated with a chocolate glaze stripe. Also for the holiday, find dark chocolate doughnuts coated with shamrocks. Pick them up at both the car wash or Penn Station locations. ($3.25/each, available through Friday; 638 W. 47th St., 212-317-2359, 2 Penn Plaza, 347-952-0079, underwestdonuts.com) Petee’s Pie Co Photo Credit: Petee’s Pie Co In honor of St. Patrick's Day, the pie company is serving up this special green pie: pistachio custard set over a layer of dark chocolate ganache in the butter crust and topped with ganache, whipped cream and pistachio dust. ($7/slice, $40/whole pie, available through April 10; 61 Delancey St., 212-966-2526, peteespie.com) Cookshop Photo Credit: Cookshop Pastry chef Stephen Collucci is whipping up Car Bomb Ice Cream Whoopie Pies: ice cream made with green beer and Irish cream between chocolate cookies, with chocolate sauce and milk chocolate feuilletine crunch. ($10/two, available Friday; 156 10th Ave., 212-924-4440, cookshopny.com) Burdick Chocolate Photo Credit: Burdick Chocolate The chocolatier's special whiskey collection includes bonbons made with Jameson Irish whiskey and truffles made with Bushmills Black Bush Irish whiskey or Irish whiskey cream liqueur. ($38, available through Monday for shipping; burdickchocolate.com) Padoca Bakery Photo Credit: Padoca Bakery If you're craving some Irish soda bread, the Upper East Side bakery is serving up a sweet take on the classic, with a cinnamon-sugar dusting on top. ($8/loaf, $3/slice, available through Friday; 359 E. 68th St., 212-300-4543, padocabakery.com) Baked by Melissa Photo Credit: Baked by Melissa The mini cupcake maker's Pot O' Gold pack includes the limited- edition Lucky Charm -- a green vanilla cake topped with sugar cookie icing and gold brittle. ($25/25, available through Sunday; multiple locations, bakedbymelissa.com) Eleni's Photo Credit: Eleni’s Strike gold with the famed bakery's intricately iced Pot of Gold cupcakes -- a set of chocolate and vanilla cupcakes that comes complete with a leprechaun and pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. ($29.95/four, available for shipping; elenis.com) By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic 9 Irish spots for your St. Paddy's Day celebrationsThese spots will have you feeling lucky. Green cocktails to sip this St. Paddy’s DayMove over, green beer. Channel your Irish for a day at these St. Patrick's Day eventsFind a pub crawl or wee bit of silliness this year for St. Patrick's Day. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.