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Courtesy Sweet & Sara
Courtesy Sweet & Sara

Grab your graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate and sit by the campfire because it’s National S’Mores day! You don’t have a campfire readily available? No worries. Swing by these fantastic Queens places that serve the delicious, gooey treat.

The tasty treat first made its way into Americans’ hearts in 192os. Alec Barnum is credited with first making the snack in 1927, even though Girl Scout reports show that the earliest sighting of the treat was 1925.

  1. Sweet & Sara (LIC)

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The world’s first vegan marshmallow, Sweet & Sara, is a must stop place to get your s’mores. With an array of recipes and different products, the store allows you to order tasty marshmallows to your house or pick up treats from it’s location in Long Island City.

2. Crepe-N-Tearia (Fresh Meadows)

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Photo: steffaliciousss/Instagram

The first of two crepe places on our list, Crepe-N-Tearia is located on Union Turnpike. It is a hot spot for college students as it is located near St. John’s University and offers the gooey desert and a plethora of other delectable treats.

3. Sanford’s Astoria (Astoria)

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Photo: nicscorner/Instagram

A little out of your traditional marshmallow and chocolate smashed between two graham crackers, Sanford’s Astoria offers up Nutella s’mores pancakes.

 

4. Fresca La Crepe (Woodside)

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Photo: tasneemeow/Instagram

Located in Woodside, Fresca La Crepe is known for having some of the best crepes in the Queens area. Not to be forgotten is its delicious s’mores crepe, which can be washed down with coffee, bubble ice tea or any other beverage.

5. Rudy’s Bakery & Cafe (Ridgewood)

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Photo: rudysbakeryandcafe/Instagram

The long-standing bakery and cafe that has been in Ridgewood since 1934 has kept its German roots while also offering up some new additions to its menu. Oatmeal marshmallow sandwiches and s’mores are among those treats.

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