The Complete Chocolate Lover’s Guide for the San Francisco Bay Area

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Monthly Archives: March 2019

Wine Country

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Map to come. If you don’t want to drink and drive through Northern California wine country, switch to chocolate tastings instead. Local artisan chocolatiers Kollar Chocolates, Yountville Woodhouse Chocolate, St. Helena La Forêt, Napa Anette’s Chocolates, Napa Le Belge Chocolatier, Napa Wine Country Chocolates, Sonoma Sonoma Chocolatiers, Sebastopol Chocolate shops Kollar Chocolates, Yountville Woodhouse Chocolate, St. Helena La Forêt, Napa …

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South Bay

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To come: a tour of South Bay chocolatiers, but here’s an overview.

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Plumed Horse Chocolaterie by Angelica

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Supplies chocolates for the Michelin-starred restaurant Plumed Horse and also sells to the public.

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Posted in D-I-Y tours, Listed chocolatier, Local chocolate, South Bay

 

Pioneers & veterans of SFBA artisan chocolate

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Lots of SFBA chocolate history, and we’re just getting started

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Posted in Chocolate shops, East Bay chocolate, Featured, Front page, History, Listed chocolatier, Local chocolate, North Bay, Recommended chocolatiers, San Francisco chocolate

 

San Francisco Peninsula

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Map to come. The SF Peninsula, from Daly City to Mountain View, features a lot of traditional chocolate shops, plus a great artisan chocolatier, an interesting bean-to-bar shop, and a grocer who strongly supports local chocolatiers. However, to get a full view of the area’s offerings, you should also visit its farmers markets which usually have a local artisan chocolatier …

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Jade Chocolates – Downtown SF

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One Market Plaza, 1 Market Street @ Spear Street Downtown SF Tour Asian-inspired chocolates Jade Chocolates uses Asian flavors in their bars, truffles and snacks. One of their most popular items is their Genmai bar, which is an upscale Nestle’s Crunch bar with an Asian twist. It uses roasted brown rice for the crunch and adds Genmai green tea and …

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Posted in D-I-Y tours, Downtown San Francisco, Listed chocolatier, Local chocolate, Tour stop

 

Bayview SF

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SF’s Bayview district has a local artisan chocolatier destination that is worth the trip.

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Dandelion Chocolate @ Ferry Building

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The retail shop and café inside the SF Ferry Building sells chocolate bars and gift items, and offers their hot chocolate and pastries to enjoy there or on the go.

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Posted in D-I-Y tours, Downtown San Francisco, Listed chocolate maker, Local chocolate, Tour stop

 

Dandelion Chocolate Factory & Salon

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Dandelion’s 34,500-square-foot factory comes with a café and a chocolate salon

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Posted in D-I-Y tours, Listed chocolate maker, Local chocolate, Mission District SF, Tour stop

 

Christopher Elbow Chocolates

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401 Hayes Street Hayes Valley San Francisco DIY Tour Artistan chocolate from the Mid-West Christopher Elbow Chocolates are not local, Christopher Elbow lives in Kansas City, KS, but they are still artisan and craft chocolate of the highest order. Their San Francisco location is a store and chocolate café.

Posted in D-I-Y tours, Hayes Valley SF, Listed chocolatier, Tour stop