Top 10 Best Places for Desserts in Las Vegas

Freed’s Bakery

Chicago Joe’s Restaurant

Maggiano’s Little Italy

Chuchote Thai Bistro & Desserts

District One Kitchen & Bar

Sprinkles Cupcakes

Pinkbox Doughnuts

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse

Bouchon Bakery

Coco Donuts

More Las Vegas food

Gordon Ramsay Steak

Pastry Palace

Cake World

Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ

Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen

Rolled Ice Cream

Ports O’ Call Buffet

Ethel M Chocolates

M&M’s World at the Showcase Mall

Donut Mania

Hershey’s Chocolate World


El Sombrero Mexican Bistro

ARIA Patisserie

The Tavern

Tarasco Flor de Michoacan

Delices Gourmands French Bakery

Le Paris Coffee and Pastry

La Belle Terre Bread

Vegas Insider Tips

What is a Dessert?
Desserts started from the French word desservir, signifying “to clear the table.”  The term “dessert” can apply to numerous sugary treats, for example, cakes, tarts, treats, bread rolls, gelatins, cakes, frozen yogurts, pies, puddings, custards, and sweet soups.  An organic product is likewise usually found in dessert courses due to its normally happening sweetness. A few cultures sweeten food that is all the more ordinarily appetizing to make treats.
Why Do We Eat Desserts?
As per the food researcher Steven Witherly, our hunger fades after we eat excessively of a similar type of food. A dessert or sweets traps our brain into needing more food. Also, Our stomachs can just deal with some wanton sweets after we’ve just eaten other food.
What Did They Eat for Dessert in Old/Medieval Times?
Pies loaded with meats, eggs, vegetables, or fruit were basic all through Europe, as were turnovers, wastes, doughnuts, and numerous cakes. By the Late Middle Ages bread rolls or cookies in the United States, wafers, eaten for dessert, had turned out to be high-glory food and came in many options.
Top 10 most Popular Desserts in America

Chocolate Cake
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Ice Cream
Apple Pie
Carrot Cake
Cup Cakes
Cheese Cakes

A Must-Try Desserts in Las Vegas

24-Layer Chocolate Cake at Strip House

This 12 layers of chocolate cake with 11 layers of chocolate filling, topped with a layer of semisweet chocolate ganache.

Brioche By Guy Savoy

This French Pastry offers, flavors include almond, candied fruit, Nutella, peanut butter and jelly and cinnamon. There’s a savory option that you can try, prosciutto and cheese and bacon, cheese and jalapeño.

Doughnuts at STK

The Doughnuts at STK is a must try in Sin City, it is served hot, fresh and dripping with maple glazed and topped with pecans.

Banana Cream Pie at Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House

This Banana Pie contains three pounds of bananas and a sweet treat to people who like sweets.

Giant Fortune Cookie at Tao Asian Bistro

The Giant fortune cookie is always served after dinner. This Cookie is filled with white and dark chocolate topped with fresh fruits.

Ice Cream Tasting Game at RM Seafood

16 flavors of ice cream and sorbet are served blind in this restaurant. You can make a guess of what flavors is it.

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