Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Seeing New York-Serendipity 3

When my sister came to visit a few months ago, I knew I wanted to go to Serendipity 3 to try their Golden Opulence Sundae which costs $1000. Kidding. I wanted to try the more affordable frozen hot chocolate. I read on their website that they don't accommodate strollers, so Evan watched Blake so Tori and I could go.

Before we got to Serendipity, we stopped at Dylan's Candy Bar and had a little fun drooling over all the candy. And candy accessories.


After a few purchases at Dylan's Candy Bar, we headed to Serendipity 3. And waited an hour to be seated.

We were finally seated and looked over their desserts just to make sure we wanted the frozen hot chocolate.

It was pretty good! After a while though, it was sickeningly sweet. If I ever go back, I will definitely be getting their Forbidden Broadway Sundae. It looked divine!

Just some things to know before you go:
They don't take reservations if you are going for dessert only. So have them take your name and then walk around the area because there will most likely be a wait.
They don't accommodate strollers in the restaurant area. I don't know if that means you'd have to leave your stroller outside or if they have place for them. I'm guessing they don't have a place for them.
There is a minimum purchase amount for each person. They seemed lenient on it though when the couple we were with ordered the Forbidden Broadway Sundae to share.


Marie said...

One of Anton's co-residents went to the original Serendipity with his wife and then told everybody about it at work. Anton was the only one who didn't know what they were talking about so we watched the movie together, after I warned him that it was a total chick flick. He wasn't supper impressed with the actual movie, but he really wants to go the restaurant now, which I am excited about.

Marie said...

Oh and how much was that giant sucker your were pretending to lick. Did you get it? They are my mom's favorite and that would be so much fun to send to her. :)

Losing Brownies said...

I would love to go to Serendipity! It sounds amazing!

Tori Wilding said...

you're kinda was sickeningly sweet after awhile, but still a cool experience!!