Notable Dishes

Seattle's Best for Shareable Desserts

Enough for two or just you (hey, self-indulgence is okay). These dessert spots around town will have enough to go around.

  • Bakery Nouveau
    • West Seattle
    Food
    29
    Decor
    19
    Service
    22
    Cost
    $13

    The award-winning Phoenix is a triple-layer mousse cake with a delicate balance of pear mousse, 70% chocolate mousse, caramel mousse, pecan dacquoise, and chocolate sponge cake, all covered with a caramel glaze. Surely a must to share.

  • Dahlia Lounge
    • Us Pacific Northwest
    • Belltown
    Food
    27
    Decor
    24
    Service
    25
    Cost
    $47

    Between the triple coconut cream pie and the made-to-order donuts with seasonal jam and vanilla mascarpone, it's easy to get stuck choosing.

  • El Gaucho Seattle
    • Steakhouse
    • Belltown
    Food
    27
    Decor
    25
    Service
    26
    Cost
    $69

    Allow yourself to try the Forbidden Sundae. With brown butter and walnut chocolate chip cookies, bourbon caramel, chocolate ganache, candied almonds, and whipped cream, the results won't be punishing.

  • Etta's
    • Seafood
    • Pike Place Market
    Food
    25
    Decor
    21
    Service
    23
    Cost
    $41

    You can't go wrong with the sticky toffee pudding cake or the chocolate peanut butter trifle served here.

  • Palace Kitchen
    • American
    • Belltown
    Food
    24
    Decor
    21
    Service
    23
    Cost
    $37

    The fougasse bread pudding with rum raisin ice cream and hot, buttered caramel sauce may be a good place to start on this menu.

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