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5 Decadent Desserts You Must Try

BY Rebecca Wallwork | April 13, 2018 | Feature Features

End your next restaurant meal on a high (and sweet) note with any of these five stellar desserts.
Pubbelly Sushi's Coco Loco

A Taste for Design

If The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story has ignited a desire for all things Versace this spring, save room for dessert at Gianni’s, the mosaic-poolside restaurant at the extravagant Villa Casa Casuarina. The Triple Chocolate Mousse Temptation ($16) eliminates difficult decisions and exudes the late designer’s flair for drama. It contains white, milk and dark chocolate mousse and is garnished with red chocolate sauce. The Villa Casa Casuarina, 1116 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 786.485.2200

Macarons in the Sky
Bal Harbour is home to some of the city’s best dining, but you don’t have to leave your room at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort for sugar excess. Dial up room service and order the LALIQUE Crystal Macaron Experience to spend the night in the four-bedroom Sky Palace Suite, and sample a selection of luxe macarons in a LALIQUE Dahlia-shaped keepsake crystal box, along with afternoon tea on your private balcony. The package is priced at $9,703. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.993.3300

Mouthwatering Masterpieces
Considering the value of what’s on the walls, dessert at the art-filled LaMuse Café, the intimate eatery located inside Downtown’s Avant Gallery, is no standard affair. Here, works of art inspire what’s on your plate. LaMuse’s Art Tart ($8) pays tribute to the “Mona Lisa,” smiling up from a fruit tart surrounded by strawberries, raspberries, gold flakes and chocolate pieces. EPIC Hotel, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami, 305.400.0036

No Filter, All Flavor

Azabu Miami Beach is the site of some of the most exciting dining on the beach, with a hidden sushi counter and classic cocktail bar specializing in imported whiskeys and sakes. It’s also home to the Raindrop Cake ($9), a unique Instagram-worthy dessert that originated in Japan. The cake is made from a mixture of water with pearl agar, Kinako (roasted soybean powder) and Japanese black sugar syrup. Stanton Hotel, 161 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 786.276.0520

A Tropical Concoction

Let’s face it: Looks are important in the 305 and Pubbelly Sushi’s Coco Loco ($11) is as delicious as it is pretty to look at. This coconut concoction includes compressed pineapple, brown-butter streusel, white-chocolate blondie chunks, coconut ice cream, coconut mousse and candied coconut chips. Even better news? It’s available at all Pubbelly Sushi locations, including the newest at Aventura Mall and the outposts in Miami Beach, Brickell City Centre and Downtown Dadeland. Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.690.7710

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