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Writer/Photographer/Editor of NYC Style & a little Cannoli
Some of the most amazing cannoli you will find in NYC from a place that has been in business a very long time Highly recommend
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Food writer and lover of all things chocolate
An Italian friend of mine recommended Circo's and said that a) it's a proud, storied and authentic Italian bakery and b) it has the best damn cannoli in the city. It's topped with a cherry and powdered sugar and is filled with a tangy, sweet cream. I have to say, eating the cannoli here was a memorable experience, and if you are a true cannoli lover it's worth the trip out to Bushwick. This cannoli might be the best $3 you spend all week.
Stephanie roze arnold
Santina's trio of cannoli's are fried up on the spot and stuffed with coconut, pistachio and cherry. There not exactly traditional but they're delicious.
Coffee addict and world traveler
I found this gem while wandering the streets of the East Village sometime after work one day, and I'm glad I did. Their cannoli are some of the best around. The cafe first opened in 1894 and have served their famed Italian specialities for over 120 years. Their cannoli, while small, are rich and dense, but not overwhelmingly sweet, like other Italian shops. My favorite is the chocolate shell cannoli with standard cream filling.
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