It's National Chocolate Cake Day and Fresno County is brimming with places to go coocoo for cocoa. Sink your teeth into these delicious chocolate cake options.
Made with buttercream frosting, whipped cream filling, orange liquor syrup, topped with blackberries and raspberries, La Boulangerie's delice chocolate cake is a delightful dream for any chocolate devotee.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
Ruth's Chris in River Park is known for their signature steaks, but the delectable desserts make for sweet competition. The highly demanded Chocolate Duo, is a chocolate cake coupled with chocolate mousse, splashed with sweet cream and berries... always a good idea to end your meal on a sweet note.
Have a chocolate cake and eat it too, while watching a performance of the Broadway hit show, Mamma Mia! at Roger Rocka's Dinner Theater in the Tower District. The triple chocolate cake prepared by Eddie's Bakery (Herndon & Cedar) consists of three towering layers of chocolate chiffon, filled and iced with whipped cream and topped with dark chocolate shavings -- making this cake as award-winning as the performance. While we're on the subject of scrumptious confections, Roger Rocka's also serves a Black Forrest Cherry Cobbler - a cobbler heavy with tart cherries and topped with a chocolate chip butter streusel.
Spike N Rail
The Mile High Chocolate Cake at Spike N Rail in Selma, speaks for itself. The baked goodness is served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and topped with chocolate and caramel drizzle. Locals know to order the whipped cream and strawberries available upon request. Formerly Pea Soup Anderson's, the restaurant continues to be a valley favorite, known for its peaceful views overlooking a koi-filled pond home to two black swans.