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

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CBTB Do-It-Yourself Tours

Mackenzies Chocolates

Chocolate in every shape imaginable (no, not that kind!)

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Xocolatl/The Chocolate Garden

Lotta good chocolate to choose from in this shop next to a hidden garden

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Läderach @ Stanford Shopping Center

This location of the Swiss chocolate maker opened in 2021

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Läderach @ Livermore Outlets

This location of the Swiss chocolate maker opened in 2021

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Läderach @ Westfield Vally Fair

The 3rd location of the Swiss chocolate maker opens in 2022

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Spun Sugar

Chocolate making supplies and more

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Cottage of Sweets

Charming cottage packed with candy

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Ashby Confections

Ashby Confections makes truffles and other treats in Scotts Valley

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Lula’s Chocolates

Chocolates like grandma used to make

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Mutari Craft Chocolate

Single-origin hot chocolate and other chocolate treats from a Santa Cruz artisan chocolatier

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Garden Society

Artisan chocolate infused with different cannabis strains to achieve different moods

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The Velvet Raven

155A South Park St., SF Food, chocolate, & art The Velvet Raven opened in 2019 by chocolatier Basel Bazlamit and a partner, is a café/wine bar in SF’s South Park neighborhood. They also sell Basel B Inc. chocolates: his signature 85% cacao truffles, molded chocolates, and dipped chocolates, plus special treats. CBTB tip Follow their FB account for the latest info …

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Jade Chocolates – Chinatown

607 Grant Ave., Chinatown, SF Downtown SF DIY Tour Asian-inspired chocolates in an Asian neighborhood Started in 2007 by self-taught chocolatier and San Francisco native Mindy Fong, 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 …

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Kokak Chocolates

The Tagalog word for the sound frogs make is so much more an appetizing name for chocolate than the English word.

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tinyB

tinyB makes brigadeiros, a Brazilian chocolate treat of cocoa powder, condensed milk, and butter, covered in chocolate sprinkles, nuts, dried fruit, or other coatings.

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