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Going on a date with a "dessert addict" any suggestions?

Need places in the DC area...old school, new school etc.

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    1. re: Jeserf

      Second this. We each order a small plate, then split the 3-course dessert and leave stuffed ... so good!

      1. re: odkaty

        Have you been to their brunch? If not, go - it's SO good and for the amount of food you get, it's very reasonable for the pris fix. SO good - the s'mores french toast!...mmmm

    2. I just had an amazing bread pudding at Brasserie Beck last night. I don't usually think of them first when I think of "dessert places", but there were a TON of interesting options on Saturday night, to include a few specials that sounded great. Other memorable desserts I've had off-hand have been the sticky toffee pudding at Againn (about a year ago, so not sure if they still have it), and I'm always a fan of Rays the Steaks chocolate mousse (they have white, dark and milk- milk is the best IMO, with a hint of caramel taste). As a bonus- the entrees are great at these places as well.

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      Brasserie Beck
      1101 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005

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      1. re: mjhals

        Agreed in all your recs, I had a great dessert at Brasserie Beck too, but it was something with chocolate in it, can't remember exactly what it was.

        I also really like the Banofee pie at Againn, simple but good.

        Ray's the Steaks also had great Key Lime pie.

        I would also add in Palena and Central for great desserts.

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        Palena
        3529 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

        Brasserie Beck
        1101 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20005

        Key Lime Cafe
        207 N Talbot St, Saint Michaels, MD 21663

      2. A recommendation also for Dolcezza in Dupont - amazing gelato. I love it. And they have great coffee, too.

        1. There is the obvious CoCo Sala. But a few other restaurants with great food and memorable desserts are Central, Cashion's Eat Place, and Bibianna (ummm fried Nutella!)

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          Cashion's Eat Place
          1819 Columbia Road NW, Washington, DC 20009

          1. Does anyone know if there is a place in the DC area that is akin to Vaccaro's? Closest I found was Kafe Leopold in Georgetown.