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The dessert menu at Sage changes seasonally — just like its regular menu — so you’ll likely try a new sweet treat each time you visit the Las Vegas restaurant. The menu consists of both fruity and chocolate options, with seasonal ingredients used extensively. For example, during the summer months, you might encounter a blackberry and chocolate cremeux or peach praline profiteroles. We especially enjoyed a pistachio tart that was served with strawberry gelée, honeyed mascarpone and a delectable strawberry-black pepper gelato for a contemporary take on the classic strawberry-pistachio paring. Likewise, you might find fun, quirky offerings like a coconut sorbet float with blackberry pearls and a housemade dill soda, or even a blue cheese mousse with candy-stripe figs, crispy phyllo and roasted walnut ice cream. And given that you’re in Las Vegas, if you’d rather drink your meal’s finale than eat it, you’ll find tasty liquid desserts at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant that go down easy, like the Profundo, made with bourbon, Luxardo Morlacco cherry liqueur and Marie Brizzard Chocolat Royal liqueur.
Like the dinner menu, the dessert menu is product driven and changes with the seasons. There are typically five to seven dessert options, each prepared with classic techniques. There is also an assortment of artisan cheeses as well as a daily selection of house-made ice creams and sorbets.