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Sep 2, 2008 08:28 AM

Shot glass desserts

Do you make or order in restaurants tiny shot glass or 2-bite desserts? Newspaper and online reporter needs source from Palm Beach County for food story on this trend. Contact tmalmer at or 561-820-4516. Preferably a consumer, but a local chef's ok too. thanks!

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  1. Here in Orlando Seasons 52 has them, and I'm pretty sure you have a unit somewhere in your area.

    1. Seasons 52 in Fort Lauderdale has them, so does PF Changs. I never order them because they sit around and travel to tons of tables, which makes them warm and dirty.

      I ordered one once to try it out but when I saw the lady just grab the tray from near the cash register and bring it over -- and then give me one from that tray I thought it was a terrible idea.

      1. Season's pioneered the shot dessert concept, might want to contact the corporate PR here in Orlando, FL. The consumptions stats are impressive.

        I've also seen shot desserts at Chili's now. :)

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        1. re: winechic

          That's nothing to be proud of.

          It's an awful idea. I tried them once; not again.

        2. The terribly overrated Seasons 52 does these, and PF Chang's is the other chain I've seen them at. A local restaurant in Sanford, Florida, Two Blondes and a Shrimp, serves them too. I'm not a huge fan.

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          1. re: Big Bad Voodoo Lou

            I agree that Seasons 52 is terribly overrated! They go on and on about not having any butter on the premises but all I could think while I was eating the cedar plank salmon and asparagus, “This would be so much better with some butter”, LOL!!

            Anyway, I had the pecan pie shot glass dessert and it was way, way, over sweet, I did what I could to get through half of it as not to offend the person who took me to lunch. I wouldn't go there again unless someone else is paying and then I'll just stick to the flat breads which were pretty good.

          2. Carrabba's has now joined this trend as well. Saw them there for the first time last weekend.