Dessert Menu

Desserts
Mango Sorbet
Refreshing and a special treat!


Whole, Freshly Baked, New York Style Cheesecake
Serves 12 people Available for take out only. Please give 48 hours notice.


Warm Endings with Specialty Coffees
Kahlua & Coffee, Toasted Almond with Amaretto & Kahlua, Cafe Royale with Brandy, Jameson’s Irish Coffee, Irish “49” with Bailey’s Drambuie, Keoke Coffee with Kahlua, Brandy & Dark Creme de Cacao


Gran Marnier Creme Brulee
 A nice finish to any meal.


Butterfinger Ice Cream Pie
Coffee and vanilla ice cream layered with caramel sauce and our favorite candy bar.


Bannas Foster Flambe for two
Caramelized bananas over French vanilla ice cream. Prepared right befor your eyes at your table.


Baked Alaska for two
Celebrate your anniversary or birthday with this FLAMBE dessert.


Flaming Coffee Coronado
Tableside Classic.


After Dinner Sherry
Dry Sack or Harveys Bristol Cream


Fresh Baked Cheesecake
Jack’s Own Signature Cheesecake with Strawberries.


Specialty Ice Cream Drinks
Brandy Alexander- Creme de Cacao & Brandy, Golden Cadillac with Galliano & White Creme de Cacao, Raspberry Brownie with Godiva Chocholate & Raspberry Liqueur, Mississippi Mud Slide with Southern Comfort & Kahlua


Kentucky Derby Pie
Southern classic made with crunchy pecans, Kentucky Bourbon,and chocolate chips.


Home Baked Key Lime Pie
A light tangy favorite, served with fresh raspberry sauce.
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Published on November 23, 2007 at 6:00 pm  Leave a Comment  

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