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Bellagio chocolate fountain

Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Bellagio chocolate fountain

I've read several references to the chocolate fountain at Bellagio. Is it part of the pastry shop? And do they offer it as an a la carte menu item? How is it served (i.e. what do you get?) and about how much?

Any other must-tries for a true chocoholic? (We're staying at Mirage.)

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1. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

The chocolate fountain is like an attraction. It is like a water fountain or something like that except it flows chocolate. It is behind glass so don't get your hopes up for a taste :)

They do have some personal size deserts that do look good.

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2. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

If you are at that Jean-Phillipe pastry shop I highly recommend the pastry called "Imperial" if you like chocolate.

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3. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

Geez... what's the point of a chocolate fountain if you can't eat it??? LOL

OK, back to the drawing board.

Any great chocolate dessert spots? Preferably near Mirage or MGM. More interested in quality as opposed to quantity.

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4. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

The pastry shop is across from the spa/salon. The crepes are wonderful!

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5. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

>> If you are at that Jean-Phillipe pastry shop I highly recommend the pastry called "Imperial" if you like chocolate.

Thanks! Guess we'll have to check out Jean-Phillipe's anyway.

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6. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

don't forget to check out Ghirardelli chocolates in Carnival Court. Not only do they have chocolate you can buy but they have Ghirardelli ice cream. We make a point to go there each trip.

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7. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

I'm allergic to chocolate - so unfair. AND pineapple so half the cocktails are out.

Thankfully, not allergic to doughnuts or gin, now, there's a combination!

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>> I'm allergic to chocolate

Wow, talk about "no point"! You have my profound sympathy...

As for gin... I don't see the point there either. Nothing like chomping on a Christmas tree. Yummy... (NOT)

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9. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

DetTigerFan, definitely check out the pastry shop anyway. First of all, the chocolate fountain is adorable, so you should see it anyway. Secondly, the desserts there are so good and the gelato is excellent.

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10. Re: Bellagio chocolate fountain

There is also Serindipity near CP. I am told the frozen hot chocolate is pretty good!