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Where to Find S’mores on the Las Vegas Strip

Where to Find S’mores on the Las Vegas Strip

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The campfire classic is catching ground in swanky restaurants

Tender Steak & Seafood's interpretation includes a warm, oozing brownie.

Remember when you were young and loved anything with melted chocolate? If you think back, most likely the first thing you cooked all by yourself yourself were s’mores. Golden brown marshmallows, heavenly rich, melted chocolate all in one messy, decadent bite was pure heaven in your mouth. Now you can relive those tasty days in where else but the gastronomic epicenter of Las Vegas.

One stop on your s’mores scavenger hunt is the The Pub at Monte Carlo Resort. Well known for its wide craft beer selection, The Pub brings all the ingredients for s’mores right to the table, complete with a flaming hot pot and skewers so you may take great delight in roasting house-made marshmallows to personalized perfection. S’mores chefs can choose from lemon, cinnamon-sugar or white crème marshmallows that are served with Hershey’s chocolate and sweet graham crackers.

Further down the iconic Las Vegas Strip, visit Tender Steak & Seafood at the Luxor Resort. This steakhouse features the ‘Campfire More Than S’more’ platter, which features fire-roasted homemade marshmallows served on a warm chocolate brownie, on a graham cracker cookie.

Who doesn’t enjoy the very French classic crème brûlée? Those with a love of classic French deserts will appreciate the s’mores craze at Red Square at Mandalay Bay Resort with the ‘S’mores Brûlée,’ which includes chocolate and whipped marshmallow fluff accented by a freshly made graham cracker, marshmallow, and chocolate s’mores.

If you prefer to eat your s’mores in milkshake form, the Mother Fluffer milkshake from BLT Burger at Mandalay Bay Resort is for you. This one-of-a-kind creamy wonder is made with a rich and creamy blend of vanilla ice cream topped with a sweetly toasted marshmallow.

Las Vegas is at the cutting edge of culinary world with its wide array of culinary all-stars pushing the industry to its limits with eye opening creations from a stable of all-star chefs. In addition, an old family favorite like s’mores has found its place as well in a variety of forms in this city of epicurean delights.

Where can I find coin pusher machine in Vegas?

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I'd like to know this, as I've never seen one in Vegas. Assuming there are any, I'd say Circus Circus would be most likely to have them.

. Never given it any thought before.

If you are looking for Time Share pushers, they are EVERYWHERE.

At least they were before Vegas shut down.

I'm sure Circus Circus has them in the Midway, but they are kids games where you win tickets for prizes not real gambling coin pushers that might have a roll of $20 bills you try to push off.

I see some of these big money coin pushers on you tube and I can never understand how they make money!

There's all these prizes of money, chips, even gold coins and a lot of $100 prizes. But, at the start of the day the machine can only hold so many quarters, so at the end of the day it can't really have many more quarters in it yet it will have given away quite a few $100 chips and bundles of notes! How does that machine make that money back that it's giving away? Each $100 is 400 more coins on the pusher!

"I see some of these big money coin pushers on you tube and I can never understand how they make money!"

It's physics and a well placed air bubble.

I've read that a lot of quarters fall down the sides inside the machine for the owners to collect later but surely that can't make up for giving a few hundred dollars away every day?

Watch the Joshua Hartley channel, he does a good job of explaining it.

Basically on the high end ones, you do a buy in at a set amount. Say $400 gets you maybe $20 worth of quarters. You can only use these buy in quarters along with any that fall down. The trick is to get those money stacks, chip, etc. not necessarily to win more quarters.

I've seen loads of the vids . Most probably the ones you mention. When he says $400 I was just presuming he was getting 1600 quarters. Lol

There are some vids though and it's quite clear they must own the amusement centre or the machines are in their own homes!

1. Blvd & Main Taphouse

Located at Stratosphere &ldquoThe Strat&rdquo Hotel, Blvd & Main Taphouse is a popular, brand-new, and state-of-the-art sports bar with the choicest of pub foods, hand-selected craft beers, and some amazingly comfy seating to watch all and any kind of sports events. Try some delish, one-of-a-kind cocktails such as the tequila-based &ldquoIn the Clouds&rdquo, the meatball appetizer with half Nueske’s bacon and half beef, bierocks, barbecue short rib sliders, fish n&rsquo chips, and as you&rsquore winding down, polish it with butter toffee cake - and make watching your game all the more worthwhile!

Blvd & Main Taphouse

Address: Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower, 2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89104

Website: Blvd & Main Taphouse

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 11am - 10pm Fri: 11am - 12am Sat: 9am - 12am Sun: 9am - 10pm

9 Ways to Enjoy the Holidays in Las Vegas

Bet on Your Team Being Naughty or Nice

The holidays have always been a great time to watch sports at home. But have you ever caught your holiday games in the biggest sportsbook in the world? The sports betting wonderland at Circa Sports allows you to celebrate the holidays, place your bets, and hope your team ends up on the “nice” list and wins. Especially after holiday shopping, winning some extra money certainly doesn’t hurt.

Bundle Up at the Ice Rink

Ice skating might not be the first thing you think of when it comes to Vegas, but it is one of the most exciting experiences you’ll have. Set atop the Cosmopolitan overlooking the Strip, you’ll have a view like no other. Pack some warm clothes! If you don’t, The Ice Rink will help keep you warm with s’mores, hot chocolate, and other holiday treats. Or, you can book your own socially-distanced fire pit. Due to limited capacity, reserve your space soon so you can get your skate on!

Dive Into Some Holiday Cheer

Swimming? In winter? While lounging by the pool around the holidays might seem like something only reserved for a tropical getaway, dreams become reality at Stadium Swim . With heated pools warmed to perfection, this space is the perfect place to lounge during this season – especially with the wintery spin Circa Las Vegas is putting on. Stop by to take a dip, enjoy a warm holiday cocktail under the heaters, and brag to your friends that you get to be at a pool in December.

Credit: Glittering Lights Las Vegas

Drive Through Twinkling Lights

For this Las Vegas holiday attraction, you don’t even need to get out of the car! During the holiday, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway transforms into Glittering Lights Las Vegas – a dazzling wonderland of lights that you can experience from the warmth and safety of your car. This year is the 20th year of spreading holiday cheer through their display of festive scenes that feature Vegas flair. Put on your favorite ugly holiday sweater, grab a hot chocolate, jump in the car, and blast some jolly tunes as you drive through!

Enjoy a Chef-Prepared Holiday Meal

If you’re missing a home cooked meal when celebrating the holidays in Las Vegas, you’re in luck. Though it probably won’t be the same as your family’s recipes, Vegas is a culinary hub and offers a range of restaurants to choose from for your holiday meal. From high-end steakhouses to Asian fusion (and even some food truck BBQ if you prefer), you can avoid doing all the cooking and cleanup by letting a chef take care of it for you.

Feel the Cheer at the Bellagio

From December 5, 2020 to January 4, 2021, the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden will show off their seasonal winter/holiday display. Walk through 14,000 square feet of impressive floral design meant to transport you to a winter wonderland. Previous years have included giant gingerbread houses, nutcrackers, snow globes, and arctic creatures. No matter the design, the conservatory and botanical garden never fail to dazzle.

Finish Some Holiday Shopping

Las Vegas is filled with shops that can help you get all your holiday shopping needs completed – whether you’re buying for yourself or someone else. From luxury shopping at stores like Louis Vuitton and Chanel at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace to finding some great discounts at the outdoor North and South Las Vegas Premium Outlets or the Prizm Outlets . If you want more of a local vibe to support small business, the Downtown Container Park is a great place to shop and hang out.

Look for Santa in the Sky

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city of Las Vegas, one of the best things about the city is being surrounded by beautiful nature. And we hear that the night sky in the desert is perfect for looking at the stars and being on Santa watch. Take a break from the city for a night to get some fresh air on one of the many hikes near Las Vegas – just be sure to bundle up and pack appropriate hiking gear so you can avoid needing Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer to come rescue you!

Wave Goodbye to 2020

After a tumultuous year, come celebrate the end of 2020 by spending New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. Though parties and events won’t be the same as previous year, Vegas is still the place to be to be surrounded by positive New Year’s Eve energy. From Downtown Las Vegas fireworks to doing a NYE bar and restaurant hop, or even just taking in the sights while walking around outside, you can have the time of your life while welcoming in a new year!

Spending the holidays in Las Vegas is an experience everyone should experience at least once in their life. Though the 2020 holiday season is a little different than previous years, it is still sure to be a magical time. Book your room at Circa Resort to spend some of your holidays in the new hotel – if you reserve a room for opening night on December 28, you can check in two days early on December 26 for additional time on your stay!


To find the perfect glass of wine to go with your Italian meal, visit Ferraro’s, one of Sin City’s best Italian joints, according to Tripadvisor reviews. This restaurant and wine bar boasts time-honored family recipes that diners have been enjoying since 1985. The wine cellar is curated with hundreds of varietals from Italy and California to complement your choice of dish, making it a vino lovers dream come true.

You can visit Ferraro’s for lunch, dinner, late night dining or happy hour. One of their famous slow cooked meats is the Osso Buco, a veal shank braised in red wine reduction and served with farro that will satisfy meat-lover taste buds. Or go the more traditional Italian route with their selection of fresh made pasta and seafood.

Where to Find S’mores on the Las Vegas Strip - Recipes

We had to search a little to find S&W as they are now located in the Canal shops at Venetian. Casual yet sophisticated, friendly yet attentive, relaxed yet professional. There is a bar & separate dining area downstairs and upstairs, the upper level being considerably quieter and a bit more upscale. We sat at the upstairs bar and had the pleasure of being served admirably by Sean, the bartender. Two of us shared a Chateaubriand and it was delicious, perfectly cooked, savory and tender. The food menu, as well as the wine list, are formidable but not confusing and challenging. They keep it simple. If you are staying at the Venetian this place is a no brainer. If not, it will require a bit of an effort to get here, but well worth it.

Thank you for the kind words Dale! I will definitely let Sean know how much you guys enjoyed your visit with us. If there is ever anything I can do for you in the future, please do not hesitate to reach out!

Tyler Wilson
Smith and Wollensky Las Vegas
Assistant General Manager
[email protected]

47 - 51 of 133 reviews

This Smith & Wollensky is located inside the Vientian Hotel near the Grand Canal Shoppes. I had the New York Strip and it was done just as I ordered it (Medium). My Wife had the Fliet and is was also spot on. Our dinners came out promptly and we felt the service as just fine. They advertise Prime Beef and in our opinion this was it.
We plan to return.

Thank you Bob! We are happy to hear that your steaks came out just the way you wanted! If there is ever anything I can do for you in the future, please let me know!

Tyler Wilson
Smith and Wollensky Las Vegas
Assistant General Manager
[email protected]

Dined here with a group of 10 recently. Had an amazing experience from start to finish. Shepherd was our waiter - he was personable, funny, knowledgeable, and professional. Our food was fabulous - steak and tuna were perfect. Sides included mac and cheese, potatoes, asparagus - fantastic. The brussel sprouts lacked a little for my taste, but were cooked and seasoned well. And Shepherd recommended chocolate cake for the group, which is normally not my favorite, but it too was delicious. Such a great dining experience - you won't be disappointed.

Las Vegas is very expensive to eat. We ate a happy hour hamburger. Two glass of wine. About half price. Eventhough the burger was about $20

Having enjoyed many lovely dinners at its previous standalone location on Las Vegas Boulevard, we expected no less at the new Smith & Wollensky location overlooking the Grand Canal at the Venetian. Touted as fine dining, the second floor overlooking the canal was anything but .
Our first clue should have been the dress code: no flip-flops or tank tops allowed. At our request we were seated near a window, however there was no window, it was open to the canal and a cacophony of sounds including shoppers and competing serenading gondoliers. A table change allowed adequate conversation over the omnipresent noise.
But we came for the food. Side dishes were ample and delicious but, oddly, my wife's lamb chops were overdone and my filet, ordered medium rare, was overly seared with a cold purplish center. Crab pieces in the Oscar topping were quite chewy and tasteless. By the time the server stopped by to check on us it was too late for a replacement, a moot point since none was offered. Server did however present a complimentary slice of cheesecake.
Of course Las Vegas isn't San Francisco, where fine dining means something. Here, shorts and ball caps abound and are accepted pretty much everywhere. And attention to meat temperature is often not given great importance, whereas in other locations it is paramount.
But Delmonico's also at the Venetian, Joe's Seafood at Caesar's and Prime and Picasso at the Bellagio somehow manage to get it right. Alas our experience with Smith and Wollensky gave the impression that they are satisfied with mediocrity, and that's a shame. At the old location they used to be on our short list whenever we would visit Las Vegas.

7 Unique Las Vegas Slot Machines

Classic Slot Machines at the D

Venture to the second level of the D Las Vegas Casino and you’ll find a little slice of old Las Vegas. Rows of classic slot machines line the space, transporting you back to the city’s roots. The original Vegas vibe is palpable on the second floor and classic gaming favorites give you the chance to embrace the nostalgia. Adding to the authenticity of the experience is the hum of throwback jams playing throughout the casino floor.

Vintage Slots at Main Street Station Hotel, Casino & Brewery

Located near the registration area of Main Street Hotel, Casino & Brewery are a few of the remaining original slot machines from Vegas’s not-so-humble beginnings. These slots used to dispense candy, golf balls, and cigars to lucky winners and they now serve as a fascinating relic from the city’s early days. Hotel guests and visitors marvel over the intricate details and old school charm of these slots. Though they’re not functional anymore, they pay tribute to the original glitz and glamour of Las Vegas.

Oversized Slot Machines at The Golden Nugget

The jumbo Vegas slot machines just inside the entrance of the Golden Nugget are the perfect opportunity to go big instead of going home. The golden gleam of the machines is consistent with the hotel’s theme and often attracts a crowd of both players and onlookers. At eight feet tall, playing these slots is sure to please those who like unique experiences.

Silver Strike at Four Queens

Perfectly fitting for the nicknamed “Silver State”, the Silver Strike dispenses both traditional currency and souvenir tokens containing silver. Most players choose to hang onto the coins they’ve won to commemorate their Vegas trip, although they can be redeemed for cash at the casino cage. This unique experience is perfect for those who crave a little variation in their casino gaming.

The SlotZilla Zip Line

SlotZilla is the world’s largest slot machine, standing twelve stories tall. Perhaps the cherry on top of the Fremont Street Experience, the SlotZilla zip line delivers an adrenaline rush to adventure-seekers and an entertaining spectacle for those who like to remain on the ground. The zip line features two different levels, one is seven stories above the ground and the other is a heart-pumping eleven stories high.

The Giant Slot at the D

As mentioned earlier, the second floor of the D Las Vegas Casino is dedicated to vintage Vegas casino games. In eccentric Vegas style, there’s an oversized slot on the exterior of the casino’s second floor complete with flashing lights and a moving arm. Though this slot can’t be played, it makes for a great Vegas photo op!

Sigma Derby

While Sigma Derby was popular back in the day, casinos have slowly phased it out because it yields lower profits than other games and repairs tend to be complicated and difficult. However, there are still two places in Las Vegas that offer the opportunity to play – the D Hotel & Casino and MGM Grand. The retro horse racing game involves playing against other participants, which can make the experience interactive and social.

Las Vegas’s inception in 1905 sparked the culture that birthed the Entertainment Capital of the World. With such a unique, rich history, it’s no wonder why rare and record-breaking casino games live in this city. Visit Fremont Street to marvel at the world’s largest slot machine or head to the D to play one of the last remaining Sigma Derby games. Seeking out and taking advantage of Vegas’ collection of unique games will round out your trip with a nostalgic nod to the past.

Can the Las Vegas Strip Handle Great Cocktails? Sam Ross Thinks So

When it comes to accessing excess, nothing beats the Las Vegas Strip. Where else can you get a Michelin-starred meal followed by floor seats to see Britney Spears and still make it back to your hotel in time for a pai gow bender?

One thing the Strip historically hasn’t had: great cocktails. Looking to change that is legendary Aussie barman Sam Ross, who last winter helped launch The Dorsey just off the casino floor at The Venetian. The cocktail lounge is already taking the Strip by storm, showcasing classic drinks alongside seasonal specials in a casually elegant setting. Ross talked about upping the ante on the Vegas cocktail scene.

How did you get involved with The Dorsey?

I had worked with the Sands Corporation on a Singapore project called Adrift with chef David Myers in 2013. I stayed in contact with the development team, and we continued to chat about teaming up when the plans to overhaul The Bourbon Room at The Venetian began to materialize.

What do you find compelling about this town?

I spent a large chunk of time in Vegas to get The Dorsey open initially and am back every six to eight weeks for trainings, touch-ups and menu tweaks.

I’ve always loved spending time in this city. I worked on a project at a hotel and casino on the Strip in 2010, and it’s amazing to see how much the cocktail scene has expanded since that time. There are so many passionate individuals on and off the Strip striving to create a fun environment it’s a pleasure to be a part of it.

What’s the concept behind The Dorsey?

We wanted to create a grown-up Las Vegas experience for groups that didn’t want to be stuck in a loud club drinking watered down Vodka Red Bulls—a fun bar with exceptional drinks that can be enjoyed pre- and post-dinner, an alternative to the mega clubs.

That said, we didn’t want to create a super stuffy environment where people worshipped at the altar of the cocktail. NYC nightlife legend David Rabin (The Lambs Club, Double Seven, Lotus, The Skylark) came on as a consultant, and together we aim to casually introduce exceptional cocktails into a lively and energetic room.

What makes The Dorsey unique to the Strip?

It’s the little things—hand-cut ice, fresh juices, quality booze, metal straws. But this is only part of the equation. The music and DJs have been carefully curated to suit the energy in the room. The room itself, designed by Thomas Schlesser, is absolutely breathtaking. The digital artwork that cycles through on the screens is a different and unique talking point. Lastly, our amazing staff, led by head bartender Juyoung Kang and GM Casi Arnold, are so passionate about the product that we’re able to deliver.

Give us a snapshot of the drinking scene in Vegas.

The drinking scene is advancing rapidly in Las Vegas, as are the drinkers. Despite it being a tourist destination, I’ve witnessed the drinking culture shift since 2010. Back then, getting Old Fashioneds sent back because they didn’t contain muddled fruit was common.

People generally drink better now because they have a greater knowledge of quality booze and cocktails, and that’s thanks in large part to Las Vegas’ vibrant food and drink scene. It’s so great to see a Vegas staple, Herbs & Rye, starting to get national recognition for its excellence. I think we’ll start to see more and more of that as the city drifts away from being a gambling destination and becomes more of a food and drink destination.

What is it like designing a bar program for the casino crowd? What are the specific challenges?

I wanted to cover the bases as much as possible. The majority of drinkers have a go-to cocktail, be it the Manhattan, Negroni or Gimlet. I wanted to put fun variations on these classics on to the list so that we could get people to branch out a little with their first drink but still feel comfortable. Then maybe they’ll get crazy with their second drink and order something they hadn’t ever considered.

There are a lot of seasonal and fun ingredients on the menu, and as with the overall style of The Dorsey, I didn’t want to make it too serious. It pokes fun at itself but offers the kind of variety that would satisfy a group of 10 selective individuals.

Describe the menu

The menu is split up into easily identifiable sections with the main ones being Light & Bright and Stirred & Boozy. This is always the first question I ask when working out what someone wants. The spirits are all relatively interchangeable, but whether or not someone wants the addition of citrus in their cocktail is a defining decision. There are also a handful of larger punches, virgin cocktails and little tasters.

What are some of the considerations when building a bar for out-of-towners versus a neighborhood hang?

We have a built-in crowd with the convention center located on site, but we want to make this a destination spot for people staying at other properties, locals and industry folk. We never close before 3 a.m. and are working on putting together an industry night to promote more off-duty chefs, waiters, bartenders, etc., to come by and have a cocktail and a beer after their long shifts.

What are some of your favorite drinks on the list?

The Coney Island Express is one of my favorite creations for the Dorsey menu. It’s an Espresso Martini riff using dark rum, amaro, vanilla and cold-brew coffee, served in an iconic NYC takeaway coffee cup. Pick up a copy of the Post, and you’re ready for your subway commute. We have a great selection of Japanese whiskies at the bar too, and the Harajuku, somewhere between a Negroni and a Manhattan, has been one of our biggest sellers. When in doubt, though, go with the Penicillin. It seems to make people pretty happy.


Nevada. The first thing you must know, or risk ridicule from the locals, is the proper pronunciation of the Silver State’s name. It’s not Nev-ahhh-duh, as you would say in a Spanish pronunciation. It's Ne-vaaa-duh (think of the "a" in "had"), like you’d say in more of a Fargo pronunciation.

The Strip. The most famous area of Las Vegas Boulevard is a four-mile stretch running from Mandalay Bay to the Sahara Hotel and Casino. The Strip is located in Clark County, not within the city of Las Vegas.

Downtown. The older area of Las Vegas begins at the Stratosphere and runs north and includes Fremont Street and many old-school casinos.

Street Beat. Though the city is laid out in a grid and easily navigable, the streets can get confusing. For example, there are two Lake Mead streets -- one’s Lake Mead Boulevard, and it’s nowhere near the lake, and the other is Lake Mead Drive, which is near the lake. Other notable streets: Fremont Street becomes Boulder Highway Sunset Road becomes Mountain Vista Street Bonneville Avenue becomes Alta Drive and the list goes on.

Top 10 Sweets and Desserts in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is known for gluttony of all kinds, and its over-the-top desserts do not disappoint. So go ahead and over-indulge – it wouldn’t be a trip to Vegas if you didn’t. Can’t decide what to order? Here are 10 of the best sweets and desserts in town.

Red Velvet Cupcake at Sprinkles

When the Linq outdoor shopping center opened this year, it brought Sprinkles, the cupcake phenomenon that swept neighboring California. Its signature treat is a delicious red velvet flavor that melts in your mouth, topped with rich cream cheese topping. Other popular flavors include cinnamon sugar, strawberry, vanilla – and tiny little doggie cupcakes topped with an edible bone.

The LINQ Promenade, 3545 South Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 733-0522

Sticky Toffee Pudding at Gordon Ramsay Steak

Thank you, Gordon Ramsay, for bringing sticky toffee pudding to America. His gooey, yummy sweet date pudding cake smothered in brown sugar toffee is an absolute must for ending a decadent dinner at Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris Hotel Casino. And for added Ramsay signature flair, the cake is served with a “stick” of brown butter ice-cream in the shape of a stick of butter.

Paris Las Vegas, 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd. (877) 346-4642

Tapioca Square with Mango at Bacchanal Buffet

Bacchanal’s island of desserts is famous, thanks to its photogenic square-shaped bites of sugary goodness, including butterscotch cookies, cake pops, chocolate lava cake, peanut butter cup cupcakes, cinnamon buns, and mini soufflés. There’s also a gelato sundae bar, so save plenty of room for dessert when you dig into the buffet at mealtime. My favorite treat? A tapioca dessert topped with an indescribably yummy mango sauce. Dig in!

Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 731-7928

Sweet Treats at Sugar Factory

The Sugar Factory store at Planet Hollywood is a temple to all things sweet and sinful. Looking to cool down on a hot day? Round up your friends and share a signature 60oz goblet drink like the Oceans Blue, which features gummy sharks swimming an a blue sea of Hpnotiq, Blueberry Schnapps, Stoli Vodka, and Bacardi Razz. There’s something here to please people of all ages. This hotspot also features dessert snow cones, gelato, and signature milkshakes such as the Fluffer Nutter made with vanilla soft serve, chocolate, peanut butter, marshmallow fluff, whipped cream, and, of course, peanut butter cups.

Planet Hollywood Resort, 3667 South Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 866-0777

Lemon Ricotta Cookies at Giada
Giada De Laurentiis is fast becoming famous for her delicious ever-changing dessert list at her new Cromwell namesake. But her rotating menu of sweets has nothing on her staple: lemon ricotta cookies. Pair with the creative flavors of sorbet and gelato, or Giada’s sinful white chocolate coffee.

The Cromwell, 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 777-3777

Flight of Ice Cream at BLVD Creamery

Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts International

Monte Carlo’s BLVD Creamery has the answer for indecisive ice cream fanatics: a flight of four flavors. Good thing, as there are so many interesting ones to try, such as watermelon jalapeno, grape, and maple with bacon bits. And since it’s Vegas, there are plenty of boozy options (IDs required), including Prosecco, Merlot, and Horchata with Rum.

Monte Carlo, 3770 S Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 730-6900

Peanut Butter Tart at Rao’s

Homemade buckeyes are my weakness around the holidays, and Rao’s at Caesars Palace blows ‘em out of the water with its famous peanut butter tart. It starts with a dizzyingly delicious peanut butter mousse – and is topped with a perfect graham cracker crust and creamy homemade chocolate ganache.

Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Blvd. (877) 346-4642

Made-to-order Crepes at Jean Philippe Patisserie

Photo Courtesy of MGM Resorts International

Ya can’t miss it – Jean Philippe Patisserie beckons chocoholics cruising Bellagio with an enormous fountain of, yes, chocolate. His pastries are like little pieces of art, but for a real treat, make your own dessert crepe. Choose from decadent berry filling, or go for the popular apple or bananas foster. Don’t forget the crème, chocolate, or dulce de leche on top.

Bellagio Hotel and Casino, 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 693-8788

Mexican Chocolate Doughnut at O Face Doughnuts

Head downtown for some of the best doughnuts in Vegas, at O Face, home to fun O-shaped options like Cherry Coke Float and Captain Crunch with milk crème filling. If you’re looking for the ultimate indulgence, grab an extra napkin and dig into the gooey Mexican Chocolate. The dough is fried to perfection, smothered with melt-in-your-mouth chocolate, and topped with little balls of chocolate.

124 S 6th St, Las Vegas, (702) 476-3223

Peanut Butter Sundae at Serendipity 3

Serendipity is most well known for its Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, but my personal favorite is its peanut butter sundae. Originally from NYC, the Caesars Palace locale carries on the tradition of digging into a seamlessly bottomless sundae at this classic ice-cream emporium. The peanut butter sundae is a sinful “classic” made of perfect ice-cream, homemade whipped cream, and the very best of peanut butter deliciousness.

Caesars Palace, 3507 Las Vegas Blvd. (702) 731-7373

Editor’s Bonus Pick

Chris’ Outrageous Cheesecake at Cheesecake Factory

The Cheesecake Factory, located in The Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace, features over thirty-five different cheesecakes and other deserts such as strawberry shortcake, baked apple crisp, and lemoncello cream torte. Not sure if you want cake, brownies, or cheesecake? No worries! Just order a slice of Chris’ Outrageous Cheesecake and you will satisfy all three sweet cravings. This decadent dessert consists of chocolate cake topped with coconut pecan frosting layered with creamy chocolate chip coconut cheesecake all on top of a chewy brownie base. Heavenly!

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