We've rounded up our AAA inspectors' previous top dessert picks for some of the best places to satisfy your sweet tooth on National Dessert Day.
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
AAA Inspector 596:
Tiramisu is light and delicious at Albasha Greek & Lebanese.
AAA Inspector 24:
An elegant twist on Black Forest cake.
Want to impress your date? This is the place to be. You'll immediately be wowed by the floor-to-ceiling windows that offer a breathtaking view of the city skyline and the Three Rivers area, and the kitchen will continue to impress you throughout your visit. The menu offerings are straightforward enough with chops, pasta dishes and seafood, as the chef focuses on using the freshest ingredients of the season to ensure that the flavors in every single dish are at their peak.Read More
AAA Inspector 556:
When in Houston, try their popular apple strudel!
This establishment has been providing fine dining experiences since 1936. Many tables have garden views which feature a waterfall and waterwheel. The menu has a selection for both the seafood and land lover. I enjoyed the braised short rib. The lobster or fried chicken are always great choices, as well. The Sunday brunch is very popular and their homemade buttermilk biscuits are yummy.Read More
Chez Les de Villemure
AAA Inspector 591:
Couldn't resist this tasty mille-feuille.
Old Saybrook, Connecticut
AAA Inspector 93:
Beautiful and creamy baked Alaska.
Guests who relax in the intimate dining room, which overlooks Long Island Sound, can select from an innovative menu of local seafood and meat entrées. The active marina is a delight to observe while dining, especially from a table by the window. Delectable seasonally inspired dishes may include an organic roast chicken, seared Artic Char and prime cuts of beef. An extensive raw bar and signature Connecticut style warm lobster roll is always available.Read More