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What Are Some of Your Favorite Chocolate-Based Items in the Boston Area?

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What are some chocolate-based food or drink items in the Boston area that you can't get enough of? Are there any particularly good hot chocolate drinks, mole dishes, pastries, or cakes at specific restaurants, pastry shops, etc., that you really like? [Go here to post a reply.]
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JR wrote:
Chocolate pudding cake at Metropolis.

EL wrote:
chocolate bread from When Pigs Fly

Judy H wrote:
Mayor Snail at Danish Pastry House. Fabulous, even the parts without chocolate!

Leah K. wrote:
Hot Chocolate at LA Burdick's
Chocolate dipped almond macaroons from Pemberton Farms (I think Concord Tea Cakes makes them)
Mole at Jose's or Ole
The Vegan chocolate cake from Flour.
Elaine Hsieh Chocolatier bonbons and pecan clusters from Formaggio
While they last...Cadbury's chocolates from Cardullo's

Maggimay wrote:
Flour Bakery's homemade Oreo cookies.

BH wrote:
Everything at Max Brenners. I cook with chocolate all the time and it is not just for hot chocolate anymore.

Megan wrote:
Chocolate terrine with Thai basil ice cream at Ten Tables

anonymous wrote:
Elvis Cake at Tupelo!!

kj wrote:
Mole at Angela's in Eastie

KSUB wrote:
Max Brenner's! If I have to pick one, the syringe with molten chocolate.

Gazza wrote:
Black & White Cake J Pace & Sons in Saugus

Frederick W. wrote:
Not big into sweets but the Torta Cioccolato from Bel-Ari in the Leather District is spectacular. Rich and dark rather than cloying and sweet.

Quibb wrote:
Burdicks Dark Hot Chocolate, hands down crack

AS wrote:
Molton lava cake at mortons

Drew S. wrote:
The hot chocolates at LA Burdick might be the only Boston-area chocolate things I specifically crave.

Victoria K. wrote:
So let's see, there's the red velvet cheesecake cupcakes and the chocolate peanut butter cheesecake at Lulu's Sweet Shoppe in the North End, dark chocolate sorbet at Picco in the South End, chocolate beignets at Gaslight, the triple chocolate cake donuts at Blackbird Donuts, the mocha smoothie at South End Buttery, chocolate mousse at Brasserie Jo, chocolate almond bacon bark at Tremont 647, the house-made oreos and chocolate chip cookies at Flour, eclairs at Bova's, chocolate croissants at Crema Cafe in Harvard Square and also the ones at Paradise Bakery in the Prudential Center ... shall I go on?

Stacy S. A. wrote:
French Silk pie was a favorite growing up. Christina's Ice Cream in Inman Square has this Mexican chocolate flavor that is pretty amazing. But for the ultimate Boston chocolate experience, you have to try Cafe Fleuri's chocolate buffet.

@gina_mosca wrote:
single origin hot chocolate at LA Burdick and Earthquake cookies at Sofra. Not together. That would be wrong.

Michelle M. wrote:
The chocolate sauce at JP Licks is amazing. I love getting a sundae from there!

Victoria K. wrote:
Oh! Churros with dark chocolate dipping sauce at Barcelona!


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