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Looking for a restaurant with great desserts

Love desserts, but I'm often let down at the end of a meal
any suggestions?

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  1. The desserts at Grace are faaaaaantastic. If you're dining in the area, swing by after your meal.

    (Of course, everything is good at Grace, including the desserts.)

    1. What kind of desserts, chocolate cake, cobblers, cup cakes & rice puddings or a more refined, like chocolate silk chiffon explosion, pinapple coconut brule, etc.? I like the more rustic comfort food type.

      1. SauceSupreme thanks for the info and burgerboy I love it all
        The lava cake's the carrrot cake's a great brule. The cobblers
        only if the fruit is just right not picked before it had time to ripen. To many time chef just add surgar like that will be the same. Just love most desserts

        1. On the low-end of the price scale, I like the pies (with ice cream if possible) at PIE N BURGER (www.pienburger.com ).

          On the high-end, I enjoy the the desserts at Water Grill (www.watergrill.com ), even after the departure of their pastry chef, Duncan Koa.

            1. re: Clare K

              is it possible to stop in late night just for coffee and desserts? i'd love to try but grace isn't exactly in my price range...

              1. re: amandine

                Late night dessert options: Kate Mattelini (Apple Pie) or Urrth Cafe (multiple locations)

                1. re: tatertots

                  oh urrth... i was there last night. how i love that place!!

                2. re: amandine

                  You can sit at the bar and just have dessert. I've done that a few times. They are open until 11 p.m. Tue-Thur, and midnight on Fri-Sat. In fact, it might be the best time to go around 10:30ish so it isn't as crowded.