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Mar 30, 2007 06:23 PM

Montreal: HELP! Looking for great HOT CHOCOLATE (near St Hubert & Av Mont Royal)

Hello Montreal Chowhounders,

I am craving a great hot chocolate. Any good places near where I am staying: St. Hubert (between Marie Anne and Ave Mont Royal).

Thanks -- Merci!

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  1. You've got a few options in that sector and they just happen to be some of the best in town:

    Au Festin De Babette
    4085 RUE SAINT-DENIS (just above Duluth)

    Suite 88 Chocolatier

    Les Chocolats De Chloé (only on weekends
    )375 RUE ROY EST (just one bloc east of Saint-Denis)

    If you don't mind a little schlep, you could also Rue Laurier East and go to:

    La Maison Cakao
    5090 RUE FABRE (just south of Laurier)

    There you go.

    3 Replies
    1. re: SnackHappy

      Suite 88's spice hot chocolate is hands down the best hot chocolate I've experienced.

      1. re: SnackHappy

        Les Chocolats De Chloé is one block west of Saint-Denis.

        1. re: mainsqueeze

          Thanks. I seem to have some sort of blockage when it comes to telling east from west, lately.

      2. I second the first two of those options and haven't been to the third, although I will since it's probably a 4 minute walk! Another option I really enjoy is the mexican hot chocolate (personally I ask for soy milk so not sure how it is with regular milk) at Cafeo on the corner of Rachel and St-Denis.

        1. They have a killer hot chocolate at Genvieve Granbois (on St-Viateur west of St-Urbain, a little more north, but worth the walk) but maybe it's finished for the wintry season. All you need is a little cups worth... sticks to your ribs!

          1. I recently discovered JULIETTE ET CHOCOLAT, on St-Denis in the Quartier Latin. The atmosphere makes very student, but the hot chocolates are so great !!! They offer a lot of different for the tasting. Wow !!!

            1. Juliette et Chocolat has a fabulous Grandma-style (or à l'ancienne) hot chocolate that is super thick and available in bitter, semi-sweet, or milk. They also have many different "vintages" to try.

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                1. re: Liquid Sky

                  post a review of where you went! :)