We pretty much subscribe to the belief that there is only one way to start or end your show evening in Vegas, and that is with dessert. Take full advantage of the culinary wonders, including a few old-fashioned ice cream spots as well as the chef’s specials in the dessert world, that Vegas has to offer. Whether you’ve just witnessed the acrobatic feats of Cirque du Soleil, gone “Down Under” with a male dance revue or taken in a classic Vegas Variety Show, we’re sure you’ve worked up an appetite. Vegas may be Sin City, but it can also be pretty sweet. Here are the top spots to satisfy your post-show cravings.

Bouchon Bakery 
3355 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Famed French Laundry chef Thomas Keller is responsible for the sweets in the establishment which get all the stars from our sticker book. You will find everything from a classic French macaroon to a chocolate tart and more. The dark chocolate mousse with burnt orange cream is probably the closest to heaven we’ve ever been, so definitely try it. And absolutely do not forget the Oh Oh, the chef’s version of the chocolate Swiss roll or Hostess’ Ho Ho. It’s unbeatable. 

Luv-It Frozen Custard 
505 E Oakey Blvd. 
This spot is a Vegas classic dating back to 1976, and with a dessert like this, it’s easy to see how this establishment has stood the test of time. They change up the flavors regularly, and serve up everything from a single serving to one of their glorious sundaes. It’ll feel like a classic date night spot you might have visited with your high school sweetheart with their no-fuss prices and friendly staff. 

Milk Bar Las Vegas 
Eastside Tower, 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd., Level 2
Did someone say boozy milkshake? Yes, this dessert spot is a fun place to snag a classic cocktail/dessert pre- or post-show. David Chang is responsible for the quirky flavors that will leave you buzzing (literally). We recommend trying the Crack Pie or their famous Compost Cookies.