The Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter's attached bar puts a twist on tradition with the Quatro Leches, which features a kick of coconut milk and is topped with whipped cream and tequila macerated mango.
What's better than a profiterole? How about three? These pâté à choux balls are filled with rotating ice cream flavors (we adore the coffee ice cream), topped with melted dark chocolate and candied hazelnuts.
Gooey peach upside-down cake with ginger ice cream and bourbon sauce is a sticky slice of Hill Country heaven. Served seasonally when Texas peaches are at their prime.
The crisp, nutmeg-scented, blueberry doughnut holes bathed in lavender milk are like a lazy spring Sunday in the Big Thicket.
The King Sundae sings with all the necessary elements: peanut-butter-cup ice cream, brûleéed bananas, whipped cream, candied peanuts, and perfectly caramelized bacon.