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We hope you’ve saved room for dessert, because the classic confections at The Georgian aren’t to be missed. The restaurant’s culinary point of view combines French flavors with those of the Pacific Northwest, and you’ll find the same marriage of tastes come dessert. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is best known for its soufflés, which include a signature black and white chocolate one, plus an option that changes nightly. When we last visited, we opted for the evening’s special, which was sumptuously flavored with limoncello and dotted with raspberries. If you’re ordering a soufflé, you’ll likely have to order it towards the end of your entrée, as they take a little longer to prepare, but your server will help you time its arrival perfectly. If cold desserts appeal more to you, however, you’re sure to enjoy the chef’s assortment of ice creams or the trio of caramel crunch profiteroles or the chocolate Napoleon crumble, accompanied by a hot chocolate ice cream sandwich.