Founded by Sylvie Douce and Francous Jeantet, over 40 exhibitors (Chocolate Shop Wine, Peanut Butter & Co., Eclat Chocolate and more) will be showcasing the best chocolate they have to offer in a variety of forms.
There are going to be chocolate bars, truffles, pralines and bonbons combined with unique and exotic flavors such as wasabi, bacon, and Champagne, to chocolate wines, chocolate sculptures, hand blended spices, and delectable chocolate baked goods.
Such celebrities at the event include Jansen Chan, Katie Rosenhouse, Maricel Presilla among others.
The event will be held at The Metropolitan Pavilion on 125 West 18th Street on Friday, November 9th through Sunday November 11th.
Tickets for the show are $35 in advance and $40 at the door on Friday and Sunday. The Saturday portion of the New York Chocolate Show will be $40 in advance and $50 at the door. Adults can bring up to two kids between five and 12. If you’ve got a bigger family, extra children will cost you $8 each.
For tickets and further details on the show, visit chocolateshow.com.
photo: Ryan Muir