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5 Best Places for Dessert in Scottsdale

Shine, our annual pocket guide to all things Scottsdale, is out. And this year, local artist Luster Kaboom is taking readers on an illustrated ride through the city's best spots for food, drink, art, and entertainment.

Here, in no particular order, are the five best places for dessert in Scottsdale. To see what else made the list, check out the complete Shine guide on our website. Enjoy!

See also: - 4 Best Places for a Snack in Scottsdale - 5 Best Places for Coffee in Scottsdale - 5 Best Places for Day Drinking in Scottsdale - 5 Best Places for Breakfast in Scottsdale - 5 Best Places for Craft Cocktails in Scottsdale - 5 Best Places for Lunch in Scottsdale

Atlas Bistro This tiny, laid-back BYOB's desserts -- like sticky toffee date cake and Hudson Valley foie gras apple pie -- put a gourmet spin on familiar favorites.

Andreoli Italian Grocer When it comes to Italy's culinary gift bag of sweet treats, you'll find many of them -- like homemade cannoli, tiramisu, and sfogliatelle -- at Giovanni Scorzo's well-respected restaurant and market.

Citizen Public House Sweet-treat maven Tracy Dempsey graces this contemporary American restaurant with endings like sticky bun bread pudding and a chocolate brownie with caramel popcorn.

Cowboy Ciao Chef Country Velador makes a case for dessert first at this venerable establishment with an ever-changing menu of sweetly inspired creations as inventive as they are decadent.

Petite Maison Indulge your sweet tooth the Francophile way by tucking into a dark chocolate soufflé or a cardamom and orange pot du crème at this modern French bistro.

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