Best Cannoli in NYC

Best Cannoli in NYC

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    The husband and wife team behind Crespella celebrate their Italian heritage with their version of a cannolo: a crepe filled with ricotta cream, bits of orange citrus, and crushed cannoli shells.
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    Way back in 1956, Sal Rapisarda went into business with his son-in-law Dom. The location has changed in the four generations since then, but the quality hasn't.
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    The Ferrara family opened its first cafe in Little Italy in 1892. Fast forward more than a century and you can still nibble on a Napoleon or crack a cannolo. The torta di ricotta (ricotta cheesecake with candied fruit) is great too.
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    The cannoli here are worth every calorie, but so is the cannoli cream cake, which has layers of rum-soaked sponge cake and ricotta cannoli cream and is topped with a few mini cannoli.
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    Everything at this West Village cafe is made fresh daily. As if that wasn't enough incentive to visit, each cannolo is filled to order, so you never have to worry about stale cream.
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    Ok, so Little Italy isn't what it once was, but what is? Contemplate that and other big questions while chomping down on a chocolate-covered cannolo here.
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    Family-owned and operated since 1904, this East Billage pasticceria makes some mean cannoli and biscotti. If it's an old-school Italian sweet, you can likely find it here.
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    Today, Bushwick is synonymous with tacos and hipsters, but once upon a time this Brooklyn neighborhood had a vibrant Sicilian community. Circo's lives on as a delicious reminder of that past.
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    Belmont's Egidio Pastry Shop is justifiably famous for its cannoli, but make sure to get a cartoccio alla crema as well, so that you can combine the filling of a traditional cannolo with a sugar donut. Win win.
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    This bakery's been around longer than New York City has had five boroughs. A must-visit East Village institution.
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