GUIDE TO THE BEST DESSERTS AT CHICAGO’S BEST STEAKHOUSES
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If you’re a tourist to Chicago, perhaps staying at one of the downtown hotels, you may have steak on the brain when you arrive in the Windy City. And when you go to a Chicago steakhouse, you’re probably thinking about that wonderful red meat rather than the dessert that brings dinner to a delicious conclusion – but maybe you should give more thought to dessert. Here’s a guide to the best desserts at ten of Chicago’s best steakhouses.
Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse serves up the magnificent meat and delightful desserts including their simple, superb, and legendary Freshly Baked Cookies.
Gibson’s is a classic Chicago steakhouse, and the classic dessert that most of us order: Carrot Cake. Fabulous…and a big slice.
Swift & Sons has established itself as one of the best steakhouses in the world, with some of the best desserts, including the fabulous Chocolate Pavlova.
Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab has their best dishes in their name…but don’t forget the desserts, like the “puckeringly sweet” Key Lime Pie.
Boeufhaus made a name in meat, but it could easily have made as big a name in desserts, like their well-regarded Ginger Semifreddo.
RPM Steak upholds the Lettuce Entertain You name with incredible desserts like the House-made Ice Cream.
Morton’s The Steakhouse is a Chicago landmark, and the landmark dessert they serve is Morton’s Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake.
Chicago Chop House serves a classic dessert you will have a hard time finding anywhere else: Baked Alaska.
Bavette’s Bar & Boeuf &, for dessert, you can’t go wrong with Chocolate Vacherin.
Steak 48 has the dessert for you: Triple Chocolate Bombe. The Best. Period