10 Best Places for Dessert in Oklahoma
Who doesn’t love a sweet bite at the end of a good meal? From carrot cake to warm doughnuts, these 10 restaurants not only feature excellent entrees, but they also serve up some great desserts. Dig in!
There’s a reason Cheever’s Café continually makes the grade. It’s good food made with care. Dessert is no exception. Reviewers love the roasted pecan ice cream ball, but our choice is the giant carrot cake, six layers of mouthwatering cake filled with cream cheese icing.
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Diners rave over Meme’s Donuts from this restaurant, a plate of warm spiced-sugar doughnuts that come with three dipping sauces. It sounds like a wonderful way to end the meal.
Homemade desserts like grandma used to make. The German chocolate cake has three layers and plenty of icing, but if you’re not into chocolate, the orange butter crème is a great option. The best time to visit might be in the early summer, when the strawberries are fresh and the strawberry cream cake is in season.
Class American fare awaits at this favorite restaurant near the Bixby area. The desserts are made in-house, from scratch, and are always excellent. crème brulee is a favorite, but the Butterfinger brownie pie is pretty delicious, too.
This upscale restaurant is well-known for its cinnamon & nutmeg white chocolate bread pudding, but it usually has a couple of other options on the menu. Tulsa World recommends pairing it with a sweet martini for the perfect ending to a great meal.
The sour cream raisin pie is the most popular item on the dessert menu, but all their pies are absolutely divine. They bake their pies fresh daily with in-house made crusts. The pieces are huge, so you may want to take half a slice home for the next day.
Pastries at the Mercantile are made in-house, from scratch every day. Try Ladd’s favorite, pecan sticky buns or an almond twist following your meal for a sweet treat that taste great.
This wine bar features a number of wonderful desserts like the Peanut Butter Explosion, a chocolate cake layered with peanut butter buttercream icing, and served with chocolate sauce and berries. It also has a four-cup flight of Belgian chocolate and berries that lets you explore four different types of chocolate.
This restaurant is one of the best in the area, and the desserts are top-notch. Crème brulee is a wonderful light treat to end your meal, but if you want something really decadent, go for the turtle cheesecake mousse. Note that the chefs might change the menu to use seasonal ingredients for the best experience.