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10 Favorite Chocolate Desserts In Las Vegas

Last updated: February 14, 2019 at 8:30 am. Posted by in Las Vegas Restaurants. No Comments on 10 Favorite Chocolate Desserts In Las Vegas.

Chocolate is one of the four basic food groups, right? If not, it should be. At least we can pretend it is for the month of February, which is National Chocolate Lovers’ Month.

If you’re a chocoholic and you’re in Vegas you can find your fix in dozens of different ways from decadent desserts to ice cream and candy. Here’s where to satisfy your chocolate cravings in Las Vegas.

10 Favorite Chocolate Desserts in Las Vegas 

Las Vegas chocolate dessert cupcakes at Sprinkles Cupcakes on the Strip

Sprinkles Cupcakes serves a wide variety of chocolate flavors. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Sprinkles Cupcakes at The LINQ Promenade

You can get your chocolate in several forms at Sprinkles: cupcakes, ice cream and cookies. There’s a wide variety of chocolate flavors available to choose from including German chocolate, dark chocolate, chocolate marshmallow, milk chocolate, peanut butter chocolate and so much more.

Ghirardelli Ice Cream hot fudge sundae at the LINQ Promenade

Get this hot fudge sundae at Ghirardelli. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Ghirardelli Chocolate Shop at The LINQ Promenade

This famous San Francisco chocolate shop sells dozens of varieties of its premium chocolate squares in dark chocolate, chocolate caramel, milk chocolate, dark chocolate mint, chocolate raspberry and more. It can be hard to decide, so we always choose the assorted flavors bag.

While you’re in the shop, you’ll also want to try one of Ghirardelli’s shakes or ice cream sundaes like the World Famous Hot Fudge Sundae with delicious homemade hot fudge.

Our favorite chocolate dessert in Las Vegas is the Strip House's famous 24-layer chocolate cake

Strip House’s famous 24-layer chocolate cake. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

24-layer Chocolate Cake at Strip House

Why stop at one layer of chocolate when you can have 24? The famous 24-Layer Chocolate Cake at Strip House inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino is made with 12 layers of luscious chocolate cake, 11 layers of smooth chocolate filling, and a top layer of French semisweet chocolate ganache. If this doesn’t solve your chocolate craving, we don’t know what will.

Epic chocolate desserts, Super Nova Shakes at Cafe Hollywood in Planet Hollywood

Super Nova shakes at Cafe Hollywood. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Hollywood Super Nova Shakes

If you want your chocolate in the form of a smooth, frosty ice cream concoction, look no further than Café Hollywood at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino and its Super Nova Shakes. These colossal milkshakes are definitely over the top. The Chocolate Comet Super Nova is a hand-dipped chocolate milkshake with double chocolate brownie frosting, candy, brownies and a cookie straw.

eiffel tower restaurant chocolate souffle

Don’t forget to save room for a chocolate soufflé. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Chocolate soufflé at Eiffel Tower Restaurant

For a classic French dessert, you’ll want to head to the Eiffel Tower Restaurant at Paris Las Vegas. They are famous for their light, fluffy and delicious soufflés, made with butter, cream, eggs and sugar. Get the chocolate flavor to satisfy your cocoa cravings.

Favorite Bistro's Chocolate Liegeois located on the LINQ Promenade

Favorite Bistro’s Chocolate Liegeois. Photo by Kristine McKenzie / Total Vegas Blog.

Chocolate Liegeois at Favorite Bistro

This new French bistro at The LINQ Promenade serves all kinds of decadent desserts from acclaimed pastry chef Claude Escamilla, but if you’re looking for chocolate, try the Chocolate Liegeois. Made with chocolate and vanilla ice cream, chocolate pearls, chocolate sauce, chocolate straws and whipped cream, it’s a chocolate dream.

Bonus tip: If you like crème brûlée, the classic French dessert at Favorite Bistro comes in a trio of flavors, one of which is a rich, dark, delicious chocolate.

Chocolate desserts in Las Vegas- The Big Fat Chocolate Cake at Old Homestead

The Big Fat Chocolate Cake at Old Homestead. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Big Fat Chocolate Cake at Old Homestead Steakhouse

If you’re a chocolate fan, you can’t go wrong with a dessert called The Big Fat Chocolate Cake. Get this tasty treat at Old Homestead Steakhouse at Caesars Palace. The deliciously-layered cake is made with chocolate mousse and melted chocolate.

 

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Seven-layer dark chocolate whiskey cake 

You’ve got to be 21 to order this chocolate delight at Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen & Bar at The LINQ Hotel & Casino. The seven-layer chocolate cake features whiskey crème anglaise, salted whiskey caramel sauce and crumbled toffee bar.

Ethel M chocolates on the High Roller.

Indulge in Ethel M chocolates on the High Roller. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Chocolate on the High Roller

Enjoy handcrafted chocolates from Las Vegas-based Ethel M Chocolates paired with a complimentary drink while taking in the amazing views on the High Roller observation wheel. The experience is led by a chocolatier ambassador and guests can sample exclusive chocolates and learn about the origins and creation of each piece.

Cafe Belle Madeleine at Paris Las Vegas.

Cafe Belle Madeleine at Paris Las Vegas. Photo courtesy of Caesars Entertainment.

Café Belle Madeleine

The French know how to do pastries and this walk-up counter at Paris Las Vegas has many chocolate options. Choose from pain au chocolat, chocolate cupcakes, chocolate-covered strawberries, chocolate éclairs, chocolate mousse and more. Bon appétit!

If these desserts don’t satisfy your sweet tooth. Check out these delectable desserts in Las Vegas.

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Kristine came to Las Vegas more than 20 years ago to escape the frigid weather of Minnesota. Now she soaks up the sun while covering all things Vegas from dining to nightlife to hotels. She has written for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Vegas.com. When she’s not scouring the Strip for stories you can usually find her at a concert, enjoying a nice glass of wine or binge-watching Netflix and HBO.

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