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Pittsburgh chocolate

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Where can I find quality chocolate in Pittsburgh? Filled truffles or bars are welcome. Can be locally made (preferable) or imported...I'm mostly interesting in trying something different.

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  1. I'm not a huge chocolate snob, I like Snickers, but if I were trying to buy something for a chocolate snob I'd try either Fudgie Wudgie (17-1800 Penn Ave) or Mon Amiee (21st and Penn), both in the strip district.

    1. Mon Aimee Chocolat, at the corner of 21st and Penn in the Strip District.

      http://www.monaimeechocolat.com/conta...

      1. For locally made, I really like Edward Marc in the South Side. http://www.edwardmarc.com/

        Edward Marc makes their own truffles, meltaways, and hands dip their own choc. covered strawberries and their prices are really really good. I dont live in Pittsburgh anymore and now am able to get chocolates from La Maison Du Chocolat, Teuscher, et al but I would say I still really enjoy Edward Marc and their chocolates are waaay cheaper than the fancy (but still tasty) european chocolatiers.

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        1. Try costco at Christmas, or Trader Joe's (german or belgian). Or Aldi's (german chocolate).

          1. Hands down - Sarris Candies in Canonsburg, PA

            http://www.sarriscandies.com/