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hidden sweet treats in Los Angeles

Visitors to Los Angeles often have one thing in common. They love sweets and want to go on an adventure to find the best desserts in the city. Their quest for all things gooey, chocolatey, and decadent often takes them places they never thought they’d go much like the underground tunnels of Los Angeles tour. Instead of stepping behind the Hall of Records and exploring a former covert bootlegging operation, they’re going out of the way to get a sugar rush.

Satisfy your sweet tooth. These hidden treats are the best that LA has to offer.

Birdie G’s

How often do you get to try something as delicate and decadent as a piece of Rose Petal Pie? Birdie G’s signature dessert is the talk of the town. It’s “World Famous.” The pie consists of raspberry, strawberry, rose, and hibiscus with a pretzel crust. The combination of sweet, salty, and acidic creates a flavor sensation worth writing home about.

The young daughter, Birdie, and grandmother, Gladys or G, of acclaimed LA chef Jeremy Fox, inspired the restaurant’s name. Passion goes into every item on the menu, which is why people aren’t afraid to travel the unbeaten path to dine at the establishment. The pie is a star on the menu and has gotten acclaim from diners from around the world who loved every bite they ate of it.

Cake Buzz

Buzzworthy Cake Buzz offers desserts with a twist. They’re made with premium liqueurs in a place in the city to have your cake and eat it, too. After a long day of sightseeing, sink your teeth into a slice of African Honey Bee which contains honey liqueur, Jack Daniels Honey Whiskey, honey vodka, and Hennessy, or Breakfast in Bed which contains Bakon vodka, Bacon Bourbon, egg nog, 99Butterscotch, Butterscotch Schnapps, and Honey Jack.

Cookie Dough Dreams

chocolate chip cookie dough

What is more delicious than a bowl full of cookie dough that you can eat right away? Best of all, there are vegan options, too, making the eatery inclusive. Order off the menu or create your delicious bowl of flavor.

There is Chocolate Chip, Sugar Cookie, Berry Delight, and Peanut Butter and Pretzel, to name a few. A Cupcake Top Sandwich, a Cookie Dough Shot, and Sampler Box of six flavors are other menu items that you may want to consider. The menu is full of cookie-related sweets for you to enjoy.

Connie and Ted’s

When you step foot into Connie and Ted’s, you already know what to order. The iconic Blondie a la Mode is a must-have. You cannot leave the city without trying it.

The seafood “shack” remains at full capacity with hungry diners vying to try the fresh seafood and incredible desserts year-round. The Blondie a la Mode consists of a brown sugar bar, caramelized chocolate, vanilla ice cream, and caramel sauce. Every calorie eaten is well worth blowing your diet over.

Desserts That Hide No Flavor

The exquisite desserts sold by these iconic LA restaurants are worth every ounce of hype that they’ve generated. If you want to take your taste buds on a journey, you’ll want to eat your way through the city. Making it a point to stop at all the hidden destinations on the list to try their desserts is an adventure in itself. It’s one you’ll never forget!

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