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Find the Restaurants Featured on Guilty Pleasures: Sweet and Salty Addictions

There's no escaping the decadence of these rich dishes, including Katie Lee's pick for a meaty, cheesy sandwich.

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Bottega Louie

According to Brooke Burke-Charvet, the tiramisu at Los Angeles' Bottega Louie is "the most beautiful, artistic, complicated, decadent tiramisu ever." This sweet-tooth-satisfying treat is layered with espresso-drizzled sponge cake and hefty smears of mascarpone cream, and it's finished with a decorative topping of cocoa powder. "You almost don't want to eat it, 'cause it's so pretty. But I'm going to," Brooke says.
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The Flavor Table Catering

Two indulgences combine for over-the-top results in the Peach Cobbler French Toast from The Flavor Table Catering in Hyde Park, Calif. "It's like a peach cobbler, but instead of the crust on top, we have a French toast on the bottom," Jaleel White says of the dish, which features peaches cooked in a vanilla-nutmeg bath and served alongside cinnamon-dipped French toast and plenty of fluffy whipped cream.
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Fukuburger

"It's an experience," Jet Tila says simply of the Tamago Burger from Fukuburger in Las Vegas. Marinated in Japanese flavors and piled high with a runny fried egg and crispy onions, this between-the-bun creation is finished with a drizzle of creamy wasabi-spiked mayonnaise.
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IveyCake

"I think about this cupcake a lot," Marc Murphy admits of the Spoiled Rotten Cupcake from IveyCake in Brentwood, Tenn. "This thing is a sugar bomb." Not only is this apple-based cupcake topped with a scoop of apple cider frosting, but it's also blanketed with a butterscotch ganache and finished with sweetened pecans.
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