5 sweet spots in Katy to visit on National Dessert Day

One sweet spot in Katy to visit on National Dessert Day is Sweet & Boozy. (Holly Galvan/Community Impact Newspaper)
One sweet spot in Katy to visit on National Dessert Day is Sweet & Boozy. (Holly Galvan/Community Impact Newspaper)

One sweet spot in Katy to visit on National Dessert Day is Sweet & Boozy. (Holly Galvan/Community Impact Newspaper)

If you are looking for a sweet treat to celebrate National Dessert Day on Oct. 14 and beyond, try one of these spots in Katy!

1. Sweet & Boozy

Sweet & Boozy has sweet treats perfect for kids and adults. The ice cream shop offers traditional ice cream as well as alcohol-infused ice cream for its adult patrons. 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy. 346-477-9338. www.sweetnboozy.com

2. It'Sugar

If you want to feel like a kid in a candy shop, take a trip to It'Sugar. It'Sugar sells a variety of classic and oversized candy plus apparel, accessories and novelty gifts. 281-574-7759. 5000 Katy Mills Circle, Ste. 631, Katy. http://itsugar.com


3. Araya Artisan Chocolate

This sweet spot specializes in treats made from premium Venezuelan chocolate. Araya Artisan Chocolate also sells macaroons, handcrafted chocolates and other gourmet treats. 281-395-1050. 1575 W. Grand Parkway S., Ste. 1000, Katy. http://arayachocolate.com

4. Sweet Treats of Houston

Sweet Treats of Houston specializes in treats such as tres leches, Italian cream cake, carrot cake and homemade ganache. 24929 Katy Ranch Road, Ste. 1204, Katy. 713-635-9866. http://sweettreatsofhouston.com/store-front

5. Sweet Intensity

Sweet Intensity is a dessert shop in Katy specializing in macarons with over 25 flavors. Sweet Intensity also sells milkshakes and coffee drinks. 2300 Mason Road, Ste. 105, Katy. 832-437-7773. www.facebook.com/sweetintensitytx


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