Trendy Dessert Shops in Suffolk

People say life is short, eat dessert first—and now you can. Dessert shops are popping up all over Long Island with a range of creative menus. These five places in Suffolk are perfect for catching up with friends or just stopping in for a quick pick-me-up. Besides, who doesn’t love a good sweet treat?

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East Main & Main, Port Jefferson

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Big doughnuts equal big smiles at East Main & Main. The tasty creations are made in small batches to ensure every customer gets a fresh treat. The menu changes monthly, the specials change daily and the place also offers weekend-specific specials so customers never get bored. One doughnut being offered in honor of Girl Scout cookie season is the thin mint doughnut. The fluffy raised doughnut is dipped in warm chocolate and topped with crushed thin mint cookies and a vanilla mint drizzle. Phone: 631-509-4716 | Address: 250 East Main Street Click to go

Sweet ‘n’ Savory, Patchogue

This funky, family-owned café serves a range of crepes with creative fillings in an upbeat setting. It offers over 40 sweet and savory options that can be enjoyed during any meal of the day. One of the popular dessert crepes is the half-baked one. Loaded with chocolate chip cookies, brownies, caramel, chocolate syrup, ice cream and whipped cream, it is the ultimate sweet tooth-satisfying option. Phone: 631-307-9222 | Address: 394 Sunrise Highway Click to go

Grindstone Coffee & Donuts, Sag Harbor

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This modern-rustic hot spot doles out brioche doughnuts in creative flavors. The dense, cakey treats are a hot commodity. The place makes everything from the classic glazed doughnut to an elaborate s’mores doughnut. No matter which one customers choose, they all pair perfectly with a cup of coffee or tea. Phone: 631-808-3370 | Address: 7 Main Street Click to go

Freezology Craft Creamery, Patchogue

What was once known as Subzero, the liquid nitrogen ice cream franchise, has recently reopened as Freezology Craft Creamery. The owners decided to go independent, but most of the menu items will be the same with a stronger focus on the alcohol-infused ice cream. Phone: 631-307-9747 | Address: 73 N Ocean Avenue Click to go

Bar A Dessert, Patchogue

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Created by two childhood friends, Ansen Wang and Junggle Fu, this new Eastern fusion dessert bar is a huge hit. It is known for its Thai stir-fried rolled ice cream, which is made to order on a freezing griddle. However, there is also chocolate lava cake, honey toast and smoothies that are known to be just as good. The place even has gluten-free, and will soon add dairy-free and sugar-free options. Phone: 631-730-8688 | Address: 38 S Ocean Avenue Click to go