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Chocolat Michel Cluizel


At Chocolat Michel Cluizel customers chat over chocolate mousse at petite dining tables reminiscent of a Parisian café. The dessert bar offers sleek sophistication and, as the only chocolate shop in New York with a liquor license, serves custom “choctails.” The shop’s centerpiece is a glass case holding creations like mini-mushrooms made of white and dark chocolate, bonbons, and truffles. But, Chocolat Michel Cluizel is more than just dessert. “We’re very committed to education, engagement, and taking the chocolate lover’s experience to the next level,” said Richard Perl, CEO, who partnered with the famed Michel Cluizel in Paris to open the New York store. Chocoholics can participate in guided tastings led by a Chocolate Sommelier and learn how to appreciate the cocoa scales, pair chocolate with fine liquor, the art of making bonbons, and more. Perfect for a date, after a movie, or an afternoon outing with friends

888 Broadway (inside ABC Carpet & Home), at 19th Street, 10003


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