Plymouth's Best Dessert Drinks

Exclusive dessert drinks from Plymouth restaurants.
El Azteca's raspberry kiss

Chocolate, yum. Lush raspberries, delicious. Rich sweet cream: Hungry yet? This month Plymouth Magazine partnered with four Plymouth restaurants to create eight delectable dessert drinks just for you. While some of the drinks are simply meant to be enjoyed after dinner, like the espresso martini from Woody’s Grille or the Italian mint mocha at Latuff’s Pizzeria, some are inspired by the desserts themselves, like the raspberry kiss available at El Azteca. These drinks experts are sharing the ingredients, but the mixology remains their secret. Cheers!


Espresso Martini

Woody’s Grille

  • Chilled double espresso pod
  • Stoli vanilla vodka
  • Bailey’s Irish cream
  • Godiva chocolate liqueur
  • Kahlua coffee liqueur

Made of freshly brewed espresso and homemade syrups and sours, the espresso martini is a good after-dinner drink at Woody’s Grille. The espresso martini is $9.25, but can be enjoyed for $6.25 during happy hour. Woody’s Grille, 220 Carlson Pkwy. N.; 763.476.1011

Espresso Martini from Woody's Grille

Raspberry Kiss

El Azteca

  • Chocolate raspberry vodka
  • Amaretto
  • Disaronno
  • Cranberry juice


As tempting as it might be to stick with the old margarita when heading out to El Azteca, the raspberry kiss for $7.25 puts up a good fight to become a new favorite. With its chocolate raspberry vodka and cranberry juice, this drink is a sweet ending to your meal. During happy hour the raspberry kiss is $5.25. El Azteca, 3500 Vicksburg Ln. N. Ste. 500; 763.550.1570


Mexican Coffee

El Azteca

  • Kahlua
  • Tequila
  • Baileys
  • Coffee
  • Whipped cream
  • Cinnamon

Unwind after you finish dinner or stop in for a night cap, and enjoy a Mexican twist on the classic Irish coffee. Made with Mexican liqueurs Kahlua and tequila, this drink is perfect topped with a dash of cinnamon and a dollop of whipped cream. Regularly priced $7.25, the Mexican Coffee is also available for $5.25 during happy hour. El Azteca, 3500 Vicksburg Ln. N. Ste. 500; 763.550.1570


Dessert Sunrise


  • Patron tequila
  • Sour mix
  • Orange juice
  • Blue Curacao liqueur

If you’re suffering from spring break fever, Kobe’s light blue-colored cocktail “dessert” sunrise is sure to get you into the tropical spirit. Created by Kobe bartender Allison Cook , the drinks at Kobe are inspired by what people like. The dessert sunrise is $9. Kobe, 15555 34th Ave. N.; 763.559.9999

Dessert Sunrise from Kobe

Lemon Drop


  • Sugar
  • Lemon juice
  • Vodka

For those looking for a simple springy dessert drink, check out Kobe’s lemon drop. Simply made with sugar, lemon juice and vodka, this drink is a refreshing grown-up version of homemade lemonade, available for $5.50, $3.50 during happy hour. Kobe, 15555 34th Ave. N.; 763.559.9999


Italian Mint Mocha

Latuff’s Pizzeria

  • Bailey’s mint chocolate liqueur
  • Tiramisu liqueur
  • Coffee
  • Whipped cream
  • Crushed Andes mints

When you head out to an Italian restaurant, like Plymouth’s locally owned and operated Latuff’s Pizzeria, you might crave an Italian-esque beverage to top off your meal, so bartender Jegar Dunn created the Italian mint mocha ($5.75). While the name might sound more like a beverage you’d find in a coffee shop, this drink is so much more. Dunn says adding a tiramisu liqueur ensures this drink tastes like the popular Italian dessert. Since he was 21 years old, Dunn says he has been creating his own drinks in his kitchen at home and as part of his job. Dunn has spent 15 years in the service industry, and has been a bartender for 10 years, spending three of those years at Latuff’s. Latuff’s Pizzeria, 10820 Hwy. 55; 763.545.2914

Latuff's Pizzeria; Italian Mint Mocha



  • Absolut vanilla
  • Butterscotch schnapps
  • Hot chocolate
  • Whipped cream

Since Dunn used coffee in the Italian mint mocha, he says he was inspired to create the Hopscotch because he thought it would be fun to try using hot chocolate in drinks instead. $5.75. Latuff’s Pizzeria, 10820 Hwy. 55; 763.545.2914


Chocolate Raspberry Martini


  • Stoli raspberry vodka
  • Godiva chocolate liqueur
  • Splash of cream
  • Fresh raspberry garnish

While chocolate-covered raspberries are not exactly an Italian dessert, Dunn says he created the chocolate raspberry martini ($7.50) because it “sounded good.” Latuff’s Pizzeria, 10820 Hwy. 55; 763.545.2914