Las Vegas Desserts

Top ten sweet shops in Vegas

Sweet shops have flourished here in Vegas. From couture candy to an M&M haven, Vegas has you covered when you need to satisfy your sweet tooth. Recently in Vegas, more and more candy shops have been popping up around town. If candy appeals to you, please, read on.“Candy appeals to…

Vegas desserts: Standard sweets, redefined

By Nikki Neu VEGAS.com Boring hot fudge sundaes, tired tiramisu and unexciting cupcakes — not exactly what you want out of your dessert, but sometimes, that’s what you’re left with at the end of your meal. Even some fine-dining restaurants don’t offer more than a simple chocolate cake or the typical…

The bald man strikes back: Max Brenner in Vegas

“I love chocolate like every other person…it’s one of the legal drugs of the world,” says Max Brenner when asked why he’s obsessed with chocolate. I sat down recently with Brenner (the bald man, himself) at his new restaurant, Max Brenner: Chocolate by a Bald Man, inside the Forum Shops at…

Decadent Desserts

When it’s late at night and you’re craving something sweet, just about every Vegas restaurant has the answer for you. The problem is, too many times you see the same desserts: mediocre chocolate cake, gloppy cheesecake, and the omnipresent ice cream sundae. But it doesn’t have to be that way.…

Lollipop, Lollipop

Couture pops at Paris. The successful Sugar Factory candy store is opening a new location in Paris Las Vegas, scheduled to open in fall 2010. Full of sweet treats, the new shop will feature both a restaurant and retail venue. The restaurant will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner…

Aria’s candy man

Jean Philippe Maury is no stranger to making confections. He’s the Executive Pastry Chef of Bellagio, where he has his own self-entitled Pâtisserie. Now, Maury takes his skills to the newest hotel casino on the block: Aria. His Pâtisserie offers guests excellent coffees, sweet and savory pastries and confections that glisten…