The Most Original Chocolate Stores in NYC
Chocolate is more than M&M's and Cadbury bars. It’s a delicate confection that, when expertly prepared, can bring even the most anti-sugar individuals to their knees, begging for more. In our roundup of the best desserts and sweet treats in New York, we mentioned the classic Jacques Torres, La Maison du Chocolat and Li-Lac Chocolates. Today, we are delving deeper into New York’s chocolate world.
841 Broadway New York, NY 10003
When you’re craving a full chocolate-inspired meal, head to Max Brenner. The menu includes chocolate pizza, Belgian waffles with milk chocolate ganache and Choco pops, rich milkshakes, fondue towers, baked goods and much more.
529 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217
As a pair of self-taught chocolatiers, the owners of Nunu chocolates make small batches of distinctive flavors that become more and more popular each day. Their chocolates are divided into caramels and ganache. Try a Mezcal Chili or a Peanut Caramel Crush.
484 Broome St, New York, NY 10013
A sophisticated and gourmet chocolate shop, MarieBelle distinguishes itself by creating chocolates that are works of art—sometimes too beautiful to eat! The signature ganaches are a must, but don’t forget to stop by the Cacao Bar, a salon selling a myriad of cacao combinations.
225 East 60th Street, New York, NY 10022
You might want to sit before reading about this one. Serendipity 3 is home to the Golden Opulence Sundae—a dessert famous for holding a Guinness World Record as the most expensive ice-cream sundae in the world: a whooping $1000! If your taste isn’t quite as expensive, try the trademarked Frrrozen Hot Chocolate. You just have to try it.
After tucking into a hearty box of chocolate, slurping a thick milkshake and having chocolate pizza, we guarantee you will be chocolate-drunk. Sleep it off in a relaxing room with a huge and comfortable bed. And what better option than the iconic The New Yorker Hotel? Consult our offers and rewards, and book your stay today!