Top 5 Desserts in Miami: Macaluso’s, Nobu, Serendipity 3, Prime 112

1747 Alton Road

Macaluso’s is undoubtedly one of the best date night spots in the city. After enjoying their famous meatballs, make sure to top off your meal with the Vanilla Cake. Served chilled, it’s the best version of a classic cake recipe that you’ll ever taste. Their famous Chocolate Covered Cannolis are equally decadent.

1901 Collins Avenue

With several delicious sashimi and sushi options, it’s easy to overlook the dessert menu at Nobu. But the next time you stop in, make sure to order one of Thomas Baduel’s delicious creations. Try the Miso Cappuccino dessert; it’s utterly divine. There is also the Mitsumame Tapioca, sure to satisfy any sweet tooth.

Serendipity 3
1102 Lincoln Road

Fairly new and located on Lincoln Road’s 1111 building, Serendipity 3 is best known for serving an array of epic and oversized sundaes; so big, that just one is enough to feed a family! Say “yes” to the “Can’t Say No” Sundae, a concoction of humble pie, ice crea, banana and hot fudge with whipped. Also try the Outrageously Devine Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, which is perhaps the most iconic desert on the menu.

Prime 112
101 Ocean Drive

Between its see and be seen atmosphere and always-onpoint cuisine, it’s no wonder Prime 112 still reigns as one of the best dining destinations in the city. Prime patrons know that the Fried Oreos is one of the best desserts in town and the Peanut Butter Snickers Pie with Chocolate Sauce is not to be missed either.

Joe’s Stone Crab
11 Washington Avenue

It’s a city staple, equally well known for its decadent Key Lime Pie as it is for serving the freshest seafood in town. All in all, Joe’s is hands down the ultimate culinary destination for fine fare and sweet treats.