It's not all about three squares a day. There's a lot of creativity in the Dallas dessert scene right now. Celebrate that with a taste of something unexpected from one of these Dallas dessert spots.
Bisous Bisous Patisserie's number cakes
Have a birthday or anniversary coming up and you're not sure what to get in the sweets department? Don't agonize over whether to order cupcakes or cheesecake; order one of Bisous Bisous' adorable, custom-made number cakes, topped with candy, fruit and macarons. Getting older never looked so good.
Tart-a-licious tart subscription
What's better than dessert? A dessert subscription, that's what. Tart-a-licious is launching the Tart Tasting Club, sending subscribers weekly deliveries of a four-tart box for $60 per month.
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Alflajores at Tineo Cafe
Tineo Cafe, a Peruvian bakery on Arapaho Road in Richardson, makes tons of traditional Peruvian baked goods, but don't leave without trying the alfajores, cookie sandwiches filled with caramel and dusted with powdered sugar.
With flavors like mango, berries and lavender, hazelnut, and white coffee and crema made with Madagascar bourbon vanilla, Botolino Gelato on Greenville Avenue makes modern gelato using traditional Italian techniques.