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15 Dec 2022
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Do holiday sweets make your season brighter? Round out amazing meals with delightful treats created at some of the top restaurants on the coast.   

1) The White Chocolate Bread Pudding at The Atlantic Room at the Ocean Course on Kiawah Island is made with a cinnamon toasted croissant and Tia Maria coffee liquor. 

2) The Chocolate Buttermilk Torte, also available at The Atlantic Room, is dark chocolate mousse, with toffee crunch and fresh orange. 

3) Chocolate Sorbet at The Ocean Room at The Sanctuary is a delightful holiday selection made with brandied cherries, pecans, and hot butterscotch. Pair it with one of their carefully curated dessert wines.

4) The Tiramisu at Tomasso at Turtle Point is lady fingers with Mascarpone cream and espresso.

5) Their Cocoa Amaretto Mousse is dark and milk chocolate topped with toasted almonds.

6) Vanilla Bean Creme Brûlée at Jasmine Porch on Kiawah Island is perfectly prepared with a soft, rich center and a hard, sweet crust, topped with seasonal fruit. 

7) The Caramel Apple Tart a La Mode at Jasmine Porch has an almond crust and rum raisins and is served warm with vanilla bean ice cream and sea salt caramel. 

8) Pecan cheesecake at Acme Lowcountry Kitchen on Isle of Palms is lick-your-plate-clean good.” And it is the perfect selection because its not Christmas without pecans, right? 

Dessert Drinks

9) The Jack Frost froze at the Long Island Cafe is made with coconut, pineapple, rum and blue curaçao with a toasted coconut rim.

10) The Christmas martini, also at Long Island Cafe, is as beautiful as it is tasty. P.S. The Long Island Cafe also has a variety of house-made cakes. 

11) The Grinch, a non-alcoholic drink at The Refuge on Isle of Palms, mixes white chocolate, peppermint, and toasted marshmallow, served as a hot cocoa or a frappe.

12) The Refuges Gingerbread House Latte combines gingerbread, hazelnut, and vanilla.

Make this the sweetest holiday season ever during your Charleston beach stay.