Holiday shopping may be a bit of a nightmare, but Seminole Casino Coconut Creek wants guests to have Sweet Dreams this season... or at least Thursdays through Saturdays when they host their third annual dessert affair, starring three foodie icons: Chef Todd English tonight, Chef Rocco DiSpirito on December 19th, and Art "Mr. Food" Ginsburg on December 24th.

Sweet Dreams for Your Sweet Tooth

Amidst all his holiday hustling, English told us why he's coming back in town, yet again. "Sweet Dreams is a celebration of the holidays, and what's better than all-you-can-eat dessert?" he said.

"And it benefits some great causes. It really makes me happy to

give back, especially during the holidays. A portion of the proceeds

benefit different children's organizations--Ronald McDonald House and

also breast cancer funding [Lisa Boccard Breast Cancer Fund], which is

so important and very near and dear to my heart." Partial proceeds will

also benefit SOS Children's Village, The Sheriff's Foundation of

Broward County's Fallen Heroes Fund, and others.


folks, tonight you can hang with English and shovel in copious desserts

created by pastry chef David Gomez and his team, including sugar-free

selections. You'll witness live-action flambé stations, where,

according to English, they'll also be making s'mores, one of his kids'

favorite treats. Partake in an act of sheer gluttony with the help of a

chocolate dipping fountain, handmade candies, specialty drinks, and

open bar, too. 

Tickets are $20 per person, or $10 with the purchase of dinner at Fresh Harvest. Check out the Casino's promo calendar for details.

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