Chicago’s Most Boomerang-able Desserts


By Shannon Boland, Chef Concierge at LondonHouse Chicago

It’s not a photo and not a GIF – it’s a Boomerang! Use this tool to take a micro-video of these amazing desserts.

Imperial Lamian

If River North is the heartbeat of Chicago nightlife, Hubbard Street is the main vein. Imperial Lamian is in the middle of the action, featuring an elegant yet comfortable ambiance of golds and teals. Their interactive “Lunar Blossom Dessert” is always a hit with its magical melt-away cocoa shell!

Harry Caray’s

Harry Caray is one of the most recognizable figures in Cubs history. The “Breaking Ball Dessert” at Harry Caray’s Steakhouse is also one for the record books! Made of local Chicago Blommer’s White Chocolate, the Birthday guest of honor uses a take home commemorative baseball bat to “Take a Swing” at the chocolate ball dessert to reveal a surprise cake inside!


Vibrant colors set the scene for a vivacious night at Carnivale! This Latin Fusion juggernaut is perfect for large group birthday or bachelorette parties. Their oversized Cotton Candy Desserts are sure to WOW your crowd. Concierge Insider Tip: Make reservations on a Friday night for the Vivir Experience. You’ll thank me later!

Sugar Factory

If bigger is better, Sugar Factory is home to the biggest dessert of them all! The King Kong Sundae features 24 (That’s right, 2 DOZEN) scoops of Ice Cream with ALL the fixing! This dessert, complete with sparklers on top, feeds 12 people and rings the register for a whopping $99!


Take your donuts to the next level at BomboBar. The Bomboloni is an Italian sugared donut that you can customize with your own injectable filling! Choose from favorites like Salted Caramel, Raspberry, Nutella and more! The walk up window is the perfect spot for dessert after a foodie West Loop dinner.



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