At Jarosch Bakery in Elk Grove, Illinois the St. Pat's "Choc-O-Luck" Mousse Bowl is a popular item during St. Patrick’s Day. The eight ounce chocolate bowl is filled with chocolate mousse and topped with whipped cream and gold foil chocolate coins. The bakery recommends pairing it with fruit, cake or simply devouring it.
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Spot Dessert Bar in New York City experiments with flavors not typically associated with St. Patrick’s Day. It offers a "Lucky 7 Deal" during St. Patrick’s Day that includes a Clover Green Tiramisu and Green Tea Macaron.
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The kringle is a Scandinavian pastry, but O and H Danish Bakery decided to give its kringle an Irish twist during St. Patrick's Day. The Bakery offers an Irish Cream Kringle during the holiday. It is filled with Irish Cream and coffee-infused custard.
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Irish Rose Bakery in Renton, Washington incorporates traditional Irish liquors and beer into its cupcakes.
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John Campbell’s Irish Bakery in San Francisco puts a new spin on pizza with its Corned Beef Slice. The slice is loaded with corned beef, cabbage and potatoes.
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The Irish Cream Cheesecake is a popular choice at Eileen’s Special Cheesecake during St. Patrick’s Day.
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For a sophisticated take on the holiday, Carousel Cakes in Nanuet, New York has created a Bailey’s Espresso Cream Cake perfect for espresso fans. The vanilla layer cake has a Bailey’s mousse filling and espresso cream.
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In Santa Cruz, California, The Buttery offers a special panna cotta inspired by St. Patrick's Day. It is made with Coole Swan Liqueur and an espresso ganache.
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