Every year, we all celebrate Valentine’s day in many unique ways. We have the traditional “I Love You” cards, flowers, dinner and a movie. However, this Valentine’s day, why not take that special someone on a date to a place that’s unforgettable? One that they can have a memorable and fun experience; this year, book your table at the Sugar Factory.
The Sugar Factory is known worldwide with locations in major cities, such as Las Vegas, New York City, Chicago, Miami, and Orlando. The Sugar Factory is famous for its couture pops that has turned into the latest fashion accessory for celebrities. This place is popular among loyal superstars such as James Harden, Kim Kardashian, Selena Gomez, Mariah Carey, Jonathan Scott, Drake, Katy Perry, Brittany Spears and Jay Sean. This isn’t just your typical sweet spot to hang out and eat ice-cream cones all day. They’ve found a way to put a spin on things and have turned sweets into the newest must-have.
The Goblets are the Sugar Factory’s Signature drink, with 14 different flavors to choose from, the top four are The Lollipop, White Gummi, Ocean Blue, and Mai Tai. It’s all about presentation and these Goblets are camera ready. They are served in a large 32 oz. glass that requires both hands to hold and has candy on top. Once the drink is poured into the empty glass, rays of smoke comes out from all around as the dry ice reacts to the drink. This Valentine’s Day try their limited-edition Bubbly Smooch Goblet.
The Martinis at the Sugar Factory are none like you have ever tried before. With 16 different flavors to choose from, the top four are: Cotton Candy Cosmopolitan, Sour Apple Lolly, Bubba Bubba Gum and Watermelon Burst. However, they know that people love trying new things, which is why they also have Chocolate Martinis, with flavors starting with S’mores, White Chocolate, Banana Chunk, Caramel Truffle and many more. This Valentine’s Day try their limited- edition Smooch Martini.
The Milkshakes at the Sugar Factory are fabulous. It’s even harder when there are 10 delicious options to choose from, such as: Nutella Banana Milkshake, Dulce De Leche, Tie Dye, Giggles Snickers, and Chocolate Road. If you’re a huge chocolate lover, then you must try their Campfire Spiked S’mores Milkshake, which has chocolate and coffee ice cream with espresso, toasted marshmallow syrup, Virginia Black Whiskey, topped with an Insane 7 Layer S’mores cookie served inside a dark chocolate covered mug with Gold Graham Cracker cookie pieces, this milkshake contains alcohol and is perfect for any occasion. This Valentine’s Day try their limited-edition Naughty or Nice Insane Milkshake.
Vegas Valentine Prix Fixe Menu:
The Sugar Factory has placed together the perfect Valentine’s Day Dinner for two. The Vegas Valentine Prix Fixe Menu offers a choice of one cocktail, bruschetta, starters with three options to choose from such as lobster bisque, burrata and tomato, and shrimp cocktail. Your main entrée offers an option of pan roasted salmon, black angus filet, mushroom asparagus rigatoni, or brick chicken. Alongside your choice of one desert red velvet fondue or chocolate covered strawberries.
The Chocolate Gold Fondue:
You can’t go wrong with the Chocolate Gold Fondue, this really sets the bar for the “Perfect Valentine’s Date.” This amazingly gorgeous dessert comes with gold dusted gummy bears, chocolate gold studded strawberries, gold leaf chocolate cupcakes, gold dusted home-made chocolate bars, and gold coated dark chocolate truffles melted tableside. Are you feeling intrigued yet? This dessert also comes with two very special beverages: a bottle of 2002 Dom Perignon and a glass of Hardy Noces D’or 50-year aged Cognac to choose from. This top of the line dessert should be on the top of your “To Do List” this year, and guaranteed to be one to remember.
This Valentine’s Day take your date to the Sugar Factory, explore their luxurious candy store, and pick up a bling couture pop. You can even dine-in and try some of their great entrees or visit their Chocolate Lounge located on the upper level.
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