From pizza to macarons, see 11 luxe takes on s'mores to try this summer.
The smoked s'mores at Distilled
Distilled: Chef Shane Lyons pairs a graham cake that’s been smoked over hickory chips with warm chocolate mousse. The dish is finished off with a swipe of blow-torched marshmallow and graham-cracker-flavored ice cream. 211 W. Broadway, 212-601-9514
Le Bernadin: Pastry chef Laurie Jon Moran piles her upscale s'mores with Madagascan chocolate cremeux and Tahitian vanilla ice cream on a graham cracker sable. 155 W. 51st St., 212-554-1515
Bubby's s'more sundae is especially satisfying for summer.
Bubby’s: Try the s'more sundae on a hot day: two scoops of housemade Rocky Road ice cream topped with a cherry and whip cream, plus a blow-torched s'more made with homemade marshmallows and graham crackers. 71 Gansevoort St., 212-206-6200
The Cannibal: Check out the retro s'more icebox cake at Gotham West Market. The confection features a creamy chocolate cake garnished with toasted housemade marshmallows. 600 11th Ave., 212-582-7940
Catch's pizza-like take on s'mores.
Catch: This Meatpacking favorite takes a flatbread and loads it up with marshmallows, chocolate pieces, and graham cracker crumbs. Burnt marshmallow ice cream is served on the side for dipping. 21 Ninth Ave, 212-392-5978
Craftbar: The only thing better than milk and cookies is when you add in marshmallows. Pastry chef Abby Swain is serving a s'more cookie this summer paired with a smoky cinnamon milk dipping sauce. 900 Broadway, 212-461-4300
Dominique Ansel crafts his s'mores using Tahitian vanilla ice cream, of course.
Dominique Ansel Bakery: Ansel of Cronut fame creates his s’more by using a core of Tahitian vanilla ice cream coated in salted chocolate wafer bits with a homemade all-honey marshmallow. Each piece is finished with a few seconds under a blowtorch just before serving. 189 Spring St., 212-219-2773
Payard: Chef Francois Payard is justifiably famous for his macarons, and this summer he's unveiled a s’mores flavor: golden-brown marshmallow and chocolate ganache middle surrounded by crisp graham cracker shells. 116 W. Houston St., 212-995-0888
Pasar Malam offers an Indian twist on the American treat.
Pasar Malam: Chef Salil Mehta puts a Malaysian spin on s’mores by using traditional sweetened roti bread. It’s cooked on a buttered griddle, stuffed with Hershey’s chocolate and crumbled graham crackers, and topped with toasted marshmallows. 208 Grand St., Brooklyn, 718-487-4576
Recette: West Village favorite Recette crafts their version of a s’more using marshmallow fluff "hot" chocolate sauce made with cayenne pepper, graham cracker ice cream, and a chocolate wafer. 328 W. 12th St., 212-414-3000
Three Tarts: For a nontraditional s’more, look no further. Customers can choose from housemade marshmallows in flavors like yuzu or strawberry basil that are then paired with graham crackers with the chocolate baked right inside. Each one is perfectly toasted to order. The Plaza Food Hall, 1 W. 59th St., 646-755-3232