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jeanki Jan 26, 2008 05:05 PM

Any recs for best chocolate shops in Westchester County or nearby? Thanks!

  1. roxlet Dec 23, 2011 01:10 PM

    My son, who is the family chocoholic, really likes Elite Sweets in Bronxville. I will take his word on it since I rarely eat chocolate. He likes their chocolate and truffles better than Godiva.

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      alex5656 Dec 22, 2011 09:42 AM

      5th Avenue Chocolatiere in Scarsdale is actually really good. I went in there the other day with my wife and son, and I must say I was pleasantly suprised. I went in there hoping to get a few pieces of chocolate but my son ended up picking out a bag full of chocolate oreo's and pretzels. I didn't really get to eat any of it because my kids had devoured it by the time I got home. BUT, I did get to try one of their "signature truffles," they said its supposed to be #1 in the world- and I kind of expected it to taste like a Lydnt chocolate or something. It was actaully a lot better. I'm definitely going to have to go back WITHOUT my kids and buy some of those truffles, they really are to die for.

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        apples Dec 23, 2011 08:17 AM

        La Tulipe in Mt.Kisco has a nice selection. Fo the more mom and pop stores there is in Briarcliff, The Chocolate Chalet and in Pleasantiville the Lil' Chocolate Shoppe . Both are unbelievably nice people owner/running the stores.

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        dolores Jan 27, 2008 03:44 AM

        Good question, I'd like to know myself.

        Chocolations is not good. I think Cocoa's chocolate was good, it was a long time ago that I had them.

        I find the best truffles online.

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          applesauce23 Jan 27, 2008 04:45 AM

          I like Anna Shea Chocolates. I think there is a store in Tarrytown, but when I did a web search, a store in Katonah popped up. Her chocolates are exquisite.

          http://www.annasheachocolates.com

          http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Write...

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