Indulge in desserts all over Las Vegas

Everyone has their own version of a sweet tooth. Fortunately, Las Vegas has every type of restaurant, bars, cafes, and pastry shops imaginable, ready to satiate that special kind of craving.

Sugar Factory American Brasserie (725.777.1216), which has locations across the country, including its prime 14,000-square-foot destination on the Las Vegas Strip, recently revealed brand-new menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This means you don’t have to literally indulge in dessert to enjoy something sweet and savory any time of the day. Explore new dishes like Banana Foster crepes, French toast stuffed with cannoli with berries and whipped cream, brie cheese baked in puff pastry with strawberry jam, and iced coffee flavored with cookies and cream. And don’t worry, there are delicious dishes for lunch and dinner to balance your experience.

Brand new in the suburban complex in the village of Tivoli, Milk Cow Café (725.500.6677It offers high quality ice cream, desserts and other drinks made with all-natural ingredients. The thriving franchise is open in more than 15 countries around the world and is finally ready for its Vegas debut, backed by innovative flavor combinations like tiramisu, milky pineapple, and a black pearl treat with chocolate balls and syrup. Early buzz has more of a creamy ice cream taste than a traditional soft serve, but you’ll be the judge of that.

Gaby bakery and coffee (702.331.1144), a longtime favorite in Las Vegas’s Chinatown, just opened a second location in Henderson, and while both cafés provide a relaxing environment for socializing over a latte, food is the main conversation piece, from snacks to fresh bagels and cakes and tantalizing treats. other candy. Try the raspberry-ricotta brioche, the beautiful rainbow-rolaid cake, the tiramisu or Nutella crepe, and the delicious “Fat Carons,” a batch of macaroons filled with pastry cream flavored with mango, passion fruit, obe, cherry, pistachio, crème brûlée and pistachio. more.

back on the strip, horses (855.442.3271) at The Cromwell is just as celebrated for its perfect pastries and addictive desserts as it is for TV star Giada De Laurentiis’ light Italian cuisine. Share a basket with blueberry muffins, chocolate croissants, and strawberry danish cheesecake at lunch, and finish any meal at Giada with sweet sorbets, mascarpone or espresso-flavored gelato, and chocolate tiramisu with espresso sticks dipped in it. And if you’re not snacking on the famous lemon ricotta brownies, you’ve made a mistake.

Giant fortune cake served with white and dark chocolate mousse in Tao Asian Bistro (702.388.8338) at The Venetian is one of the city’s most famous desserts, the kind of finisher that inspires everyone at the table to take a picture before digging in. But the other sweet things about Tao are equally festive and delicious, from yuzu sugar-coated cakes to an all-around tasting of mochi ice cream flavors. And you can take a gift box of Buddha Chocolate Tao on the trip home.

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