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When we arrived there was a line out the door. I would have walked away, but the gal we were with, a native, said, ohhh nooo, you don't! We're staying in line. Oh. My. GAWD!!! The best cannolis in the city! We tried all they...More
Great selection, service and sweets! My oldest was not a fan of the tiramisu, but the peanut butter mini cannoli and mini lobster tail were amazing! My youngest got the rainbow cake and said it was good.
Don't be fooled, real cannoli's aren't dipped in chocolate and don't have chocolate chips in the cream cheese filling No Matter what cafe Palermo or Carlos, the TV baker tell you. Go t LaBella he get a real one, you won't be sorry. They tiramisu...More
I just visited today with my girlfriend, a soo. You get into little italy in NYC, you find this little shop, when you walk in you can see a dispenser full of all kind of Italian desserts, well cannoli in here are the best in...More
Make sure to order several large traditional canolis. There is easy street purchase available at this location. Mulberry Street was closed off to traffic when we visited on a busy summer night. Fun festive atmosphere on this street.
We stopped in after a late lunch at an eatery. The smell was incredible and the selection of homemade Italian pastries was perfect! We tried cannoli and tiramisu and both were superb and had our tastebuds dancing!