There;s an inn near me that serves a chocolate heaven cake: dark chocolate cake, thin layers of white and milk chocolate mousse, covered in a dark chocolate ganache and served with raspberry coulis. A little goes a long way.
The same inn has an occasional special dessert called the s’more (usually only served on summer holiday weekends). It’s a pyramid of graham crust filled with marshmallow and chocolate.
The Inn at Williamsburg has (or at least did a few years back) a chocolate governors cake. It’s only on the menu in the dining room, but if you’re only having snacks in the bar and ask nicely, they’ll serve it there as well Yes, it is indeed chocolate.
A square of dark chocolate with sea salt and, sometimes, caramel.
A piece or two of chocolates from a local chocolate maker.
There’s a local farm that makes its own ice cream. Believe it or not, I prefer their coffee flavor. Sometimes they have a batch of almond joy flavor (a mix of chocolate and coconut).
Agree with @Harters about finding a really good tiramisu. I spent most of my life in Philadelphia, which has more than its fair share of Italian dining. Oddly enough, the best tiramisu I’ve ever had was in a restaurant (Emilio’s) in Staunton, VA. We used to go to Asheville, NC every year or so and always stopped in Staunton for a night on the way down and back to break up the ride. It got to the point we just ate at Emilio’s every time.