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Chocolatiers in NYC?

lookin' for some hand-made goodies on my visit

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  1. Jacques Torres chocolates are delicious. And local. Here's his website:
    http://www.mrchocolate.com
    Enjoy your visit.

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    1. re: LNG212

      yes, definately JT. and marie belle.

    2. Only some help since I cannot remember the name -- but in the financial district, there's a NYC "local" fudge/candy shop that is fantastic -- a little shop -- a woman's name...but I can't remember details (within a few blocks of Ground Zero) ... maybe someone else knows

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      1. re: sherylga

        Is it Rocky Mountain Chocolate? Near Fulton and Broadway? I'm not sure if they're still open.

        1. re: sherylga

          It's on John Street, she was there pre 9/11 but not sure if she's still there. BEST chocolate in the City.

          1. re: nyebaby37

            Evelyn maybe?

            I've heard she has great chocolate covered potato chips.

            1. re: MMRuth

              I've had her fabulous chocolate covered potato chips! I wonder if she still makes those.

              1. re: Pat Hammond

                I think Evelyn's is still there on John off Broadway. Rocky Mountain is long gone but they are a chain and are in many malls outside of New York. If Christopher Norman is still down there, near the stock exchange definitely take a look. www.echocolatenyc.com has got a list of stores in Manhattan.

        2. Pierre Marcolini...Lots of excellent chocolate in the city, some of it highly hyped, but chocolate simply doesn't get any better than this...at 58th Street & Park Ave...

          http://tinyurl.com/273oo5

          1. Kees and Jacques Torres for local chocolatiers.
            Pierre Marcolini and La Maison du Chocolat are excellent also.

            1. Here is a map of some of the notable Chocolatiers in New York:
              http://www.tenementcity.com/images3/c...
              Use it to plan a walking tour of NY

              My hands-down fave is Richart Design et Chocolat on 55th St. just east of 5th Ave. Before going on your safari, take a moment to read their instructions for tasting chocolate at:
              http://www.richart-chocolates.com/b2c...
              And
              http://www.richart-chocolates.com/b2c...
              Really. It will open new worlds of chocolate for you.

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              1. re: Thomas_Traveler

                I think Richart closed down a couple of years ago.