A Dessert Lover's Guide To Denver Sweets

A Dessert Lover's Guide To Denver Sweets

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Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, Denver is a great place to satisfy your craving for something sweet. Here are the best places to treat yourself to the best cookies, cakes, ice cream, chocolates, and more.

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    Their egg scrambles are so tasty, you can get them as egg white only. Add in a snicker doodle or the Nutella bars. -- Christy Pearce via Foursquare
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    Brother Finer, Amazing Joy, Rocky Mountain Road, Strawberry Blonde, the list goes on! Great vibe and even better ice cream, as proven by the fact that there's even a line on a winter week day! -- Azza Deterding via Foursquare
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    This place is awesome! They also have really well done savory food and breakfast! -- Anwar Musa via Foursquare
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    Cake Crumbs is a gathering place for residents of Park Hill, who are just as likely to walk or bike as drive here before settling in for coffee, eat & chat with the friend they're sure to bump into. -- WW St. via Foursquare
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    "Deepest Chocolate" is like eating frozen fudge. Soooooooo nom! -- L Butlr via Foursquare
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    If there is something that you want and they don't have it, they're happy to order it for you. Just ask! (They special ordered 4 different things for me!) -- Matt Quinn via Foursquare
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    Crepes are in right now, and no one does them better than Crepes 'n Crepes, because the place is uncompromisingly, unabashedly and unstintingly French. -- Denver Westword via Foursquare
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    Best Ice Cream spot in Denver! Cool over sized milk can appeals to the kiddies, Highlands appeals to the Yuppies, and big scoops appeal to bid daddy! -- Douglas Ries via Foursquare
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    Ballpark neighborhood bakery and café. Try the egg and gruyere-cheese breakfast sandwich with ham. Dishes $4.95-$8.95. “More Info" for review: -- DenverPost via Foursquare
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    The best ice cream and sorbet we found in all of Denver. The staff is friendly, and the owners are generous. And I believe everything in the shop is biodegradable. Awesome shop all the way around. -- Alexisse via Foursquare
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    Expect long lines for this <extremely> popular Denver eatery. Best times to avoid lines are 2:30am to 5:30am. If you can only visit in daytime, I recommend 2pm to 4pm. Pick up one for Casey Duncan too -- Tim Jackson via Foursquare
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    Three words: ice cream sandwiches. At Sweet Cow, go for a big scoop of homemade ice cream stuffed between two freshly baked cookies. -- PureWow via Foursquare
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