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A cannoli playland and coffee shop has come to the Lower East Side, painted in a sunny yellow and convenient to cutting-edge art galleries and boutiques. Co-owners Brielle Dahan and Anthony Fontana, whose family operates three restaurants in Little Italy, launched their business from a cannoli cart at the corner of Mulberry and Hester Streets. The handmade cannoli come in about 50 rotating flavors—peanut butter cup, French toast and root beer float, for example—and there are always 13 to 15 on hand to choose from. (Traditionalists can always opt for the original and chocolate flavors.) If you can't make it down to the shop in person, you can always have your order delivered—or try your hand at Stuffed's stuff-it-yourself cannoli kit.