10 Dec Sweet Tooth 101: Las Vegas
Who doesn’t love indulging in delicious treats every now and then? Whether you are traveling somewhere new or having a night out in your hometown, there is no better feeling than finding the perfect place to enjoy a sweet treat. When visiting Sin City, allow yourself the time to enjoy some sinfully delicious Vegas dessert:
Honolulu Cookie Company
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The Honolulu Cookie Company is located in the luxurious Venetian Hotel and Casino. This popular cookie company has treats sold all around the world, but when in Las Vegas, making a stop here is a must. Enjoy fresh island flavors baked into scrumptious Hawaiian shortbread cookies. You can even pick up some tins of cookies to bring home!
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Calling all fans of TLC’s hit show Cake Boss! Although Carlo’s Bakery started in Hoboken, NJ, Las Vegas has been fortunate enough to get their very own shop. Enjoy a slice of decadent chocolate cake prepared by the famed Buddy Velastro, or an authentic Italian cannoli. Enjoy your perfectly presented dessert, and maybe even catch a glimpse of the famed celebrity chef!
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Any chocoholics out there? The second you walk into the Godiva store, you will be greeted with the sweet scent of freshly made chocolate. Head over to the Grand Canal Shoppes to learn from the chocolatiers how they make all of their delicious chocolates. Make sure you taste all of the different truffles your heart desires, and maybe some extras for later! Godiva in Las Vegas is an experience like no other; you do not want to miss out!
Las Vegas Dessert Tour
The Las Vegas Dessert Tour is hosted by Food Tours of America Las Vegas. A food tour is perfect for groups visiting Las Vegas, or anyone who is looking to taste some of the best sweets and treats that Las Vegas has to offer. All of the places named above are included on our tour along with some savory stops to break up all that sweetness.
Do you have any other recommendations for sweet stops to make in Las Vegas? Let us know in the comments!