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Photos courtesy of Spot Dessert Bar
Photos courtesy of Spot Dessert Bar

Flushing is going to get a little sweeter starting tomorrow.

Spot Dessert Bar is unveiling a brand-new dessert at its new Flushing eatery — Spot’s first location outside of Manhattan — on Wednesday, Jan. 25.

 

After opening the first location in St. Mark’s in 2009 to nearly overnight success, Spot quickly opened up two other locations in Manhattan — one just down the street from the original.

Now, Spot is offering its sweet confections right here in the “World’s Borough,” and will unveil its newest dessert, Misugaru, a rich and creamy soft-serve ice cream, at its Flushing location.

Crafted by Ian Kittichai, an award-winning Iron Chef from Thailand who serves as Spot’s culinary director and partner, the menu fuses Asian flavors with familiar American confections. Kittichai created Spot’s original menu and updates the selection often, coming up with new and unique eats for visitors.

Customer favorites include the chocolate green tea lava cake, honey toast and the harvest cheesecake flower pot — actually served within a flower pot.

Guests are invited to sit down at two- and four-top tables within the dessert-only eatery and order tapas sets for sharing, dessert entrees or an “omakase” option for a multi-course meal. The bakery’s sweet treats can also be taken to go at the glass bakery counter.

Spot Dessert Bar is open Sunday through Wednesday from noon until midnight, and Thursday through Saturday from 11:30 until 1 a.m. The eatery is located within One Fulton Square at 39-16 Prince St.

Created in 2015, One Fulton Square features restaurant, office, retail and hotel space. For more information, visit their Facebook page or website.

Spot Dessert Bar can be reached at 917-285-2278.

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