Whether you always ask for the dessert menu after a satisfying meal, or are just in search of something sweet during your stay, Vegas has an assortment of decadent delights at some of the most sought after destinations on the planet.
Next time you seek something sweet during your stay, consider one of these choice confections to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Titanic Sundae at Carmine’s
One of the best and most sought after desserts in Las Vegas is the Titanic Sundae at Carmine’s, located at the Forum Shops at Caesars. Living up to its name, the Titanic Sundae features six softball-sized scoops of ice cream served over a chocolate torte and all topped with fruit, hot fudge, whipped cream, and chocolate wafer straws. It’s big enough to share among a group, making it the perfect end to a big, family-style Italian dinner. If something smaller better suits your appetite, Carmine’s also offers a strawberry shortcake, tiramisu, bread pudding, and an array of dessert cocktails to enjoy.
Giant Fortune Cookie at Tao Asian Bistro
Another indulgence to add to your list of to-dos is to visit Tao Asian Bistro for a Giant Fortune Cookie. You can find this dessert inside the Venetian in Las Vegas. It’s not just a fortune cookie but one that’s filled with white and dark chocolate mousse with risqué fortunes and fresh fruit placed on top. It’s a perfect choice after taking pleasure in an impressive and mouth-watering dinner at Tao. Not only do they have a giant fortune cookie but also a molten chocolate cake, ice creams and sorbets, and potted carrot cake, to name a few other desserts to choose from.
Lemon Ricotta Cookies at Pronto by Giada
Next up are the Lemon Ricotta Cookies at Pronto by Giada. Boasting a faster format than the full service experience at Giada at The Cromwell, Pronto is a great stop for a quick fix and The Lemon Ricotta Cookies are a must try. These cookies are created with lemon and ricotta cheese including a lemon glaze on top. Other desserts to think about ordering here are gelato and sorbetto in both familiar and Giada-fied flavors as well as a variety of cakes sold by the slice.
Lobster Tails at Carlos’ Bakery
If you’re into finding a sweet and savory dessert consider stopping by Carlo’s Bakery for some Lobster Tails. Buddy Valastro’s Carlo’s Bakery is located at the Venetian where they’ve been making this dessert for over 100 years. It’s a custard-folded pastry that’s filled with French cream and topped with whipped cream. You may recognize Carlos from the hit show Cake Boss. Here you’ll also find the traditional cannolis to order and strawberry mousse cake, and cheesecake topped with fresh fruit.
Sticky Toffee Pudding at Gordon Ramsey’s Steak
Another one of the best desserts you’ll find in Las Vegas this year is the Sticky Toffee Pudding. You can check it out by stopping by one of the following locations: Gordon Ramsey’s Steak at Paris Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, and Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace. Two other of his restaurants in Las Vegas offer a pudding push-pop (Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood Resort) and sticky toffee pudding shakes (Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at The Linq Promenade) if these desserts are of more interest to you.
24-Layer Cake at Strip House
When you’re in the mood for a delicious dessert that will impress your taste buds then check out the 24-Layer Chocolate Cake at Strip House in Las Vegas. You can order this one by stopping at the Planet Hollywood Resort. Each slice weighs 1.5 pounds while the entire cake comes in at 18 pounds total. The 24-layer cake features 12 layers of chocolate cake that are sandwiched with 11 layers of smooth chocolate filling and then topped with a layer of French semisweet chocolate ganache. If you think it sounds amazing then just wait until you taste it!
Given all these options, no matter where you go to eat dinner in Vegas it’s important that you always save room for dessert!