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If you’ve ever eaten the sweet treats offered at New York City’s David Burke Townhouse or now-closed Fleur de Sel, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the desserts at The Supper Room. Executive pastry chef Taiesha Martin put in her time at those famous restaurants, among others, and found her way to Glenmere Mansion when The Supper Room opened in 2011. While the dessert menu is subject to change based on the seasons and local ingredients, you can expect to find a small but carefully crafted selection of sugary bites to choose from, including options such as Mrs. Astor’s ice cream sundae (Tahitian vanilla ice cream, warm chocolate sauce, toffee cashew brittle) or coconut tapioca (vanilla pineapples, passion fruit sorbet, candied coconut, mint-cilantro foam). If you’d rather opt for a more savory option to cap off your meal, The Supper Room also offers artisanal cheeses.