There's nothing quite like tropical fruit soaked in alcohol. Actually, there's nothing quite like any fruit soaked in alcohol. It's just a winning combination. 

The chefs at Tocador, on Main Street in Vancouver, know the value of getting people talking; and with a dish like their Pastel de piña y Ron, how could people not? The dessert at this Cuban-inspired eatery and cocktail bar is described as "Rum-soaked pineapple, lime cake, [with] torched meringue".  

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Not only is this dessert inventive, but its presentation is nothing short of Gram-worthy. It's the type of dish that gets the complete strangers at the next table to lean over and ask to taste it. 

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This vibrant, colorful, and lush restaurant has a cocktail list-do die for, and offer up an assortment of flavourful foods that feel straight out of Cuba. So, if you can't quite handle a pineapple that could very well get you tipsy, there's a strong chance there will be something else for you. 

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Tocador can be found at 2610 Main Street on the Northeast corner of East 10th Avenue. You can't make reservations, but you can stop by Monday - Friday between 5:00 PM and 2:00 AM, Saturday 2:00 PM - 2:00 AM, or Sunday 2:00 PM - 12:00 AM. This gorgeous pineapple themed treat isn't available every day, so make sure you call ahead to make sure you can order it. 

For more information, check out their website here.