A visit to one of Orlando's theme parks can generate about 20,000 steps on your Fitbit. That means you deserve a little vacation indulgence when the day is done. Carve out some time to treat yourself to a fabulously decadent dessert. It is vacation, after all.
This is Universal's take on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. You won't believe your eyes at this amazing new chocolate emporium at CityWalk, which will stop any child in their tracks. Toothsome offers sweet and savory selections including over-the-top specialty milkshakes, a candy shop, a full-service bar and all-day brunch.
After taking a spin on the Orlando Eye observation wheel, be sure to stop by this celebrity sweet spot made famous by Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner. The menu features pages and pages of sweets, from crepes, pancakes and waffles to milkshakes, over-the-top sundaes and candy-infused cocktails. You can also purchase candy by the pound.
Candace Nelson started the cupcake craze in 2005 in Beverly Hills with Sprinkles, and judging by the line at Disney Springs, it hasn't faded a bit. Cupcakes made it famous, but the ice cream flavors are fantastic as well, like peanut butter cup and red velvet with real chunks of cake.
After exploring Epcot's World Showcase, take the back exit to Disney's Boardwalk, a quaint throwback to the 1920s. Inside Disney's Beach Club Resort is this fun and retro diner, complete with a juke box and ice cream classics. The highlight is the Kitchen Sink, with eight scoops of ice cream and tons of toppings.
This hot and heavy dessert restaurant was made famous in Key West and has recently opened doors in downtown Orlando. The ultimate date spot, the desserts and cocktails are the ultimate aphrodisiac. This dessert and cocktails-only eatery is located near downtown on the popular Ivanhoe Row.
America's favorite fondue restaurant is always a great choice for dessert. This location on the popular "Restaurant Row" has recently been renovated with romantic seating and a swanky bar. Cozy up in a booth with a date or the entire family and dip fruit, cakes and treats into steaming pots of melted dark, white and milk chocolate.
You will smell this ice cream store and confectionery before you even walk in the door. Grab a coconut ice cream in a homemade waffle cone or take some candy and fudge to go before strolling around the darling neighborhoods of Winter Park and Celebration.
San Franscisco meets Disney Springs at this haven for chocolate lovers. Enjoy some free samples in the store before ordering a decadent sundae, the Golden Gate Banana Split, or a coffee made with rich Ghirardelli chocolate.
This Florida-based chocolatier features an open kitchen in the quaint town of Winter Park where patrons can watch chocolate being made. Your eyes will likely be bigger than your stomach in the giftshop, but you can always take some goodies to friends and family back home.