Restaurant desserts you should avoid at all costs
This trip into the underworld of restaurant desserts was completely eye-opening. Where I live in New York, calories are posted on all menu items, but I don't tend to really get into the nitty gritty of nutritional facts. It's my own version of a don't ask, don't tell policy.
However, having a little sweet after a meal is a habit that can be hard to break. It seems no matter how full someone is from their dinner, there's always room for a bite of dessert. The following desserts, however, are more than just a "bite" or a "little sweet," they might even be more gut-busting than the entire meal. It's not easy to turn away from a warm chocolate chip cookie baked in a skillet or pie à la mode, so if you do choose to have dessert, you'd be better off sharing with the table.