Today is a National Chocolate Day! Don’t settle for your kid’s Halloween candy. There are plenty of decadent offerings in Las Colinas to satisfy your sweet tooth. Get your sweets fix at these Las Colinas restaurants.
Andalous adds a special twist to the classic baklava. This filo dough-based dessert is topped with chocolate and strawberries for a decadent twist.
Bar Louie’s cinnamon doughnut holes come with a boozy kick. They come with a side of Knob Creek bourbon maple caramel chocolate sauce. A non-alcoholic version is available, too.
Blaze’s chocolate mousse cake is silky mousse between two layers of rich cake, topped with white chocolate. This decadent dessert is the great finish (or start, we won’t tell) to any meal.
Creamistry has a plethora of options. Their Chocolate Combustion is just one of the many choices that is full of chocolatey goodness. This dish features chocolate ice cream, brownies, chocolate chips, fudge and whipped cream.
Gloria’s is always a treat, so finish off your meal right with their Turtle Brownie. They take a warm caramel-chocolate brownie and top it with vanilla ice cream, fudge and caramel.
A favorite Italian dessert gets a fudge makeover at Grimaldi’s. Their cannoli is a crispy, fried pastry shell dipped in chocolate and filled with sweet ricotta cheese, chocolate chips and finished with powdered sugar.
The Sacher torte was invented in Austria and La Madeleine brings it to you here in Las Colinas. It is a layered rich cake with apricot jam and top it with chocolate icing.
Lupe Tortilla combines two favorite southern desserts, brownies and pralines. The dessert is a double fudge brownie garnished with toasted pecans and a praline caramel sauce with Blue Bell® Homemade vanilla ice cream.
You can create your own chocolate heaven at Marble Slab. From candy pieces, brownies to hot fudge you can add anything into the ice cream flavor of your choice.
Step out of the box with Mexican Sugar’s avocado chocolate cake. This cake is ancho spiced with cinnamon meringue, chocolate avocado mousse and ganache.
The ultimate fudge ice cream can be found at Milwaukee Joe’s. Their ice cream is pure double dark cocoa blended with chocolate fudge and chunks of brownie.
Nothing Bundt Cakes is always a crowd favorite. Their double chocolate chip bundt cakes are topped with their famous cream cheese icing and come in several sizes.
Make any coffee a chocolate dream with Pax & Beneficia’s chocolate syrup add-in. They also serve hot chocolate and mocha coffees.
Pink Frosting has more than cupcakes. An assortment of chocolate, candy-covered pretzels and marshmallow pops.
The triple chocolate pop at Pop Factory is chocolate indulgence. The fudge pop is drizzled with white, dark and milk chocolate.
Ditch the traditional Halloween candy for See’s Candies gourmet options. They have Halloween themed goodie bags and boxes to keep it festive.
They live up to their name by making some of the best shakes in town. You can never go wrong with a chocolate shake from Shake Shack.
Shawarma Press’s hazelnut cream baklava is golden crispy filo layers stuffed with hazelnut-chocolate cream and coated with a sweet glaze.
Slim Chicken’s brownie pudding is served in a mason jar for southern flair. The dessert has brownie, pudding, Heath bar and whipped cream layered together.
Sonic has many fudge-filled treats, and too many to name. From their blasts to Sundays you’ll find something to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Starbucks has many chocolate-filled drinks on their menu, and the Mocha Cookie Crumble Frappucino won’t disappoint. This drink has roasted coffee, mocha sauce and chocolate chips blended with milk and ice. It is topped with whipped cream, cookie crumble and mocha drizzle.
TCBY lets you create the most delightful creation you can think of with a variety their frozen yogurt options and toppings. You can create your own indulgence any way you like it.
The Keg’s Billy Miner pie is a crowd-pleaser. The desert is filled with mocha ice cream atop an oreo cookie crust with hot fudge, caramel and almonds.
The Ranch’s Texas twist on classic cake is their Chipotle Chocolate cake. You can even order this decadence a la mode.
The deep-dish chocolate porter brownie at Thirsty Lion even comes in a warm skillet so the dish is warm until the last bite. Inside the skillet is a double chocolate porter brownie with pecans, caramel and fudge sauces, served with vanilla ice cream.
Via Real puts their gourmet touch on creme brûlée by adding white chocolate. The dessert is elegant white chocolate and Grand Marnier in the dish and finish it with caramelized sugar.
Yard House’s brookie (brownie and cookie in one) is a fun combination on their menu. Their cookie dough, fudge brownie is crowned with fudge sauce, caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream.