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Dessert time.....where to go.

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by LV_Bound, Feb 10, 2013.

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  1. LV_Bound

    LV_Bound VIP Whale

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    Lets say you just finished lunch or dinner and too full for dessert, but an hour or so later you are ready for the good stuff. You know, pie, cake, shakes, unique desserts and stuff.

    NYNY has a nice little shop where I get unique and awesome desserts.
    There is Payard at Caesars and Aria has a nice place for variety of little chocolates.

    Where do you go?
     
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    I know it is basic but the cheesecake at Carnegie Deli is great.
    Also the Grande luxe has some tasty desserts.
     
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    I keep intending to go to the Sugar Factory restaurant at Paris, but never seem to make it. But since we're staying at Caesars this time around, I think we're going to try Max Brenner's in the Forum Shops for the late happy hour menu.
     
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    Dessert

    We like to go to John Phillippe in Bellagio's, really great pastries.
     
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    Sugar Factory at Paris - if you just want dessert. That's where this place earns its stripes.
     
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    If money's no object, I'd probably go to one of the higher-end buffets (Bacchanal, Bellagio or Wynn) because I like to try a variety of small desserts rather than eating one big one.
     
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    Serendipity, out in front of Caesars by The Strip, has over the top deserts with unique presentations.

    Bill
     
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    Another vote for John Phillippe. They have a great variety of desserts and also some completely delicious crepes. I think they also have ice cream or gelato. Plus I think you can satisfy a portion of your craving just standing at the fountain watching the chocolate fall. YUM. :licklips:
     
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    Thanks for the input.
    Will provide feedback once we return.
     
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