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- 83%Family Travelers
- 55%Nightlife Lovers
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- Serendipity 3Member ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBackpackers
The food is okay. They have some good fries and their burgers are decent. Food is overpriced there, but their specialty- Frozen Hot Chocolate is the bomb! I would go there again just for that.
- Serendipity 3Member ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 6First to Review
You can’t go to Serendipity 3 without trying their frozen hot chocolate. Yes, it is a little pricey at $10, but their chocolate is just so delicious! I would also recommend grabbing a table or at least a seat at the bar, if you can manage. The restaurant is always very full, but the food does look amazing, and I know for a fact their ice cream sundaes are also very tasty (share with a friend because it is huge!).
- Serendipity 3Member ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife Lovers
Tip: No need to wait if you're dining alone. That is, if it's not too busy. Just get yourself a seat at the counter and you can put your order in right away. Got their kobe beef sliders and a frozen hot chocolate. The two complimented each other extremely well. *pats self on back* Juan was very nice and respected my request to make the hot chocolate as soon as I got my burgers. The lady next to me was curious about my drink and asked if it was good. A simple nod and a smile (couldn't talk with my mouth full) was enough to have her convinced. Another positive about being at the counter? Should someone happen to order the hot chocolate (me in this case), there's often some leftover in the blender. Juan poured it into small cups and served it to the rest of the customers around me. How nice! After one sip, the same lady agreed that it was good stuff. Couldn't finish the rest of mine, but Juan offered to place it in a cup to go. Sah-weet! Glad to know my $10 was made worthwhile. Don't know if I would throw down on the hot chocolate every time I was in town, but at least I can say that I've tried it.