Eat and Drink St. Patrick's Day NYC: Beer-infused desserts By Meredith Deliso email@example.com Updated March 16, 2016 4:52 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Now you can have your beer cake and eat it, too. In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here are some desserts around town you can indulge in that feature beer as an ingredient (Guinness is well represented, of course). Treadwell Park’s beer floats Photo Credit: Treadwell Park Just in time for St. Patrick's Day, the beer hall is introducing a new addition to its lineup of beer floats: The Irishman features Thirsty Dog Brewing's Irish Setter Red Ale and salted caramel ice cream, with chocolate flakes and a whiskey-toffee sauce. $14, available starting March 17; 1125 First Ave., 212-832-1551, treadwellpark.com Field & Clover’s St. Patrick’s Day Boston Lager biscuits Photo Credit: Samuel Adams You might want to save these biscuits for dinner -- NYC-based bakery Field & Clover uses Samuel Adams Boston Lager in the batter. Caraway seeds and Irish cheddar give them some Irish flavor, too. $20/six biscuits, available for shipping; fieldandclover.com Mini Melanie’s emerald jewel truffles Photo Credit: Mini Melanie The NYC-based baker has created a special St. Patrick's Day-themed truffle for the month of March that features a Guinness stout syrup mixed into the chocolate filling. An emerald finish completes the treat. $28/box of 12, available for March only for delivery or shipping; 347-766-6779, minimelanie.com Maison Kayser’s Guinness éclair Photo Credit: Maison Kayser The French bakery puts an Irish spin on the éclair with this pastry, which is filled with a cream made with Guinness stout and topped with vanilla icing and a green almond paste in the shape of a clover leaf. $4.75, available now through March 18 and April 6-8 for National Beer Day; multiple locations, maison-kayser-usa.com Syndicated’s beer float Photo Credit: Syndicated Swap the standard soda for a beer float, made with Keegan Ales Mother's Milk Stout with chocolate ice cream, caramel sauce and whipped cream, while taking in a flick at this movie theater and restaurant. $12; 40 Bogart St., Bushwick, 718-386-3399, syndicatedbk.com Faro’s Brooklyn beer cake Photo Credit: Faro Instead of milk, chef Kevin Adey uses Brooklyn Brewery Insulated Dark Lager for the cake's batter. The finished product is paired with oat ice cream, honeycomb and streusel. $10; 436 Jefferson St., Bushwick, 718-381-8201, farobk.com Max and Mina’s beer ice cream Photo Credit: Guinness The Queens ice cream parlor known for its kooky flavors has a beer flavor on the rotating menu made from Guinness stout. On St. Patrick's Day, they serve a green version of it that always sells out. $3.60/single scoop, $5.70/double; 7126 Main St., Flushing, 718-793-8629, maxandminasicecream.com By Meredith Deliso firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic A private 6 train, more St. Patrick's Day parade secretsThe inaugural St. Patrick's Day parade in New York City was held on March 17, Irish dishes in NYC to get you in the St. Paddy's spiritFrom cottage pie to soda bread, Irish food is a staple source of comfort. 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.