Serendipity3

Well I said I was going to go and we did.  I had heard amazing reviews of Serendipity3 in Vegas.  On the second day of being there, Richard and I decided to head down the strip and check it out.  We parked our car at Sahara…let’s be honest…the strip is nice but really long!!  I hate to say, but I wanted to get my frozen hot chocolate and not burn all the calories walking back!! 

Serendipity3 is located right along the strip in front of Caesar’s Palace.  It is in a very neat little sitting area with plenty of tables and chairs outside as well as an indoor restaurant.  When we got there we noticed it was very busy.  A wedding had half the restaurant booked, so the wait time to get in was 1.5 hours.  We decided to take advantage of their “take out” window on the side of the building.  There was quite a line, so I stood there and Richard grabbed an outdoor table.  I am not sure of the cause of the long wait, but I did stand in line for about 30 minutes before I was finally served.  I know the lady in front of me was quite angry, but I guess I figured it was just frozen hot chocolate….if you don’t like the wait….leave.  I however was willing to wait it out so I could report back to you guys!!  Wouldn’t want to disappoint!! 

When I finally reached the window I ordered a frozen hot chocolate, a vanilla chilla and a small diet coke….$27.00!!  I about choked on my own tongue…handed over my money and headed off to enjoy my treat.  I will say however…it was good.  I was not a fan of the vanilla chilla….it just didn’t seem to have enough vanilla for me.  The frozen hot chocolate was delightful…like a fudgesicle in a cup!  It came with whipped cream and dark chocolate chunks on the top…very yummy!

If you guys want my honest opinion and I am betting you do…I probably wouldn’t pay that much, or stand in line that long again…for frozen hot chocolate.  Very good…but probably a one time thing!

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