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Where to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth in Marina del Rey

Make room for sweet treats in Marina del Rey. Here are five desserts worth trying this summer. Whether you’re a regular, first-time visitor or passing by, there’s something specially satisfying about dessert with views of the ocean.


For a truly quintessential American dessert, make some room after lunch or dinner for Tony P's hot fudge brownie sundae. This fun treat starts with a double-chocolate brownie smothered with vanilla bean ice cream, Tony P's secret hot fudge sauce, roasted chopped peanuts, whipped cream, and shaved chocolate, topped with a cherry.

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SALT: Monkey Business

Sometimes dough meets frosting and it just works. Here, Chef Pete Coenen is not monkeying around when a warm Bavarian pretzel covered in cinnamon sugar is dipped in a house-made banana rum cream cheese frosting.

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BRIZO: Trio of Treats

If you’re willing to share or just feel like indulging, then try these three treats after a satiating meal at Brizo. Or just come for desserts--no judging here! The Peanut Butter Pot de Creme (nutella and crunchy toffee, Strawberry Cobbler, and Cast Iron Cookie (served with chocolate chip and vanilla ice cream and chocolate sauce).

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DANIEL'S ICE CREAM: Scoops by the sea

Explore a variety of flavors to cool off by the sea at this local ice cream shop at Fisherman's Village. Take a stroll along the plaza and find sea lions lounging on the docks while you savor your scoop (or two!). Note: cash only; hours vary. The shop is next to Daniel's Bikes.

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CAST & PLOW: Classic with a View

After a delightful meal at The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey's signature restaurant, take in the views with a classic dessert of homemade ice cream and sorbet.

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