ChikaLicious Dessert Bar

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Details
203 E 10th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 995-9511
Desserts, Cupcakes
$
Hours
Mon–Sat: 7:00 AM–Midnight Sun: 7:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Sit at the counter and watch the desserts being made.
  • Johnny Iuzzini gets his sweet fix with the Fromage Blanc Island Cheesecake at ChikaLicious Dessert Bar in New York, NY, on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Find more tips at FN Local.
  • Grab a seat at the bar and watch the owner, Chika, create all the ethereal desserts. Get the Prix Fixe with wine pairing ($22) and try anything from the daily menu.
  • It's like being in heaven for sweet lovers..you don't know which one to choose!!
  • A small restaurant that does dessert "tasting menus," with wine too; if your ideal meal is three courses of dessert, this is your spot.
  • Bring as many friends as you can muster, make everyone order something different, have a bite of everything, die and go to heaven.
  • Try the decadent cheese cake on a bed of ice.
  • Yo dawg, we heard you like dessert, so here's an entree, main course and dessert that are all desserts! <3 this place
  • This intimate, 20-seat eatery is built around an open kitchen where the chefs and sommelier work and serve customers directly.
  • The best place to grab dessert for dinner. It's worth the wait!
  • Only open Thurs-Sun, but the pretty Japanese desserts are worth planning for!
  • Killer cronuts, I mean, doughssants :)
  • Stop by for green tea shaved ice or Jack Daniels bread pudding at this quirky dessert shop.
  • My favorite cupcakes in NYC. The merengue buttercream frosting is heavenly and to die for.
  • Love everything. The green tea shave ice is pretty Ono!
  • chocolate eclair!!!!!*o_o
  • NY (Eat) Three course desserts, need we say more?
  • Best cupcakes here. Try the mocha, caramel and chocolate.
  • must do in your lifetime dessert experience.
  • I'm sure you all know about red velvet Chikalicious cupcakes already, but if you like coconut, the coconut ones are to die for, as well as the triple chocolate ones