La Newyorkina is a Mexican dessert shop in Greenwich Village specializing in frozen desserts. They have a huge selection of exceptional paletas as well as lot of ice cream ranging from horchata to tres leches. Although, if you prefer something baked, they also have churros, conchas, cookies, and brownies. There are no wrong answers here, and you should very much stop by if you’re looking for something quick and sweet to eat on a bench in Washington Square Park.
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