Easter Sunday Chocolate Tour
Tuesday, March 30, 2010 at 04:20 PM | Stephany Tefarikis
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Easter Sunday Chocolate Tour
When: Sunday, April 4, 2010 @ 11:00am
Where: LA Burdick (address below)

Don't celebrate Easter and looking for something to fill the hours of the quiet Sunday afternoon? How about a walking tour of the real chocolate factories? This Easter Sunday, instead of pigging out on candy from Easter baskets, attend a chocolate tour of four of the best chocolate shops in the Union Square and East Village areas of New York City. Believe me, their chocolates are far superior than those hollow chocolate bunnies.

LA Burdick
5 East 20th Street (Btw. 5th Ave & Broadway)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 796-0143

Opened 20 years ago in New Hampshire, LA Burdick has finally decided to share their incredible chocolates with New York City. With chocolate imported from all over the world-France, Switzerland, and Venezuela-LA Burdick's products are only made from the finest chocolates possible. No extracts, concentrates, or flavoring, the chocolate at LA Burdick are only flavored from natural ingredients such as coffees, herbs, and spices. Don't stop at the chocolates at LA Burdick, their cakes and tarts are something to be had.

Max Brenner
841 Broadway (Btw. E.13th & E.14th Sts)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 388-0030

Right in the heart of Union Square, you will find Willy Wonka's real chocolate factory. At Max Brenner, you will see the product of chocolate and love. Max Brenner, a chocolatier who is truly in love with chocolate, has created a chocolate culture at his self-named chocolate shop. With an extensive menu that includes cakes, dessert waffles, fondues, "Max I Scream", and the famous chocolate pizza, you know you are in for a truly over-indulgent experience.

Black Hound
170 2nd Avenue (Btw. E.10th & E.11th Sts)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 979-9505

At Black Hound, cakes are not just baked goods, but canvases. Offering cakes, pastries, cookies, and, of course, chocolate, Black Hound is home to some of the most artistically and skillfully designed cakes in New York City. Don't escape the Black Hound without getting your paws on their chocolate truffles. Chocolate heaven awaits you after the death-by-chocolate truffles.

Bespoke Chocolate
6 Extra Place (Btw. E.1st & Bond Sts)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 260-7103

With chocolate sourced from around the world, it can be expected that Bespoke Chocolate would go the extra mile in their chocolate production. Hand-crafted and made to order, Bespoke Chocolate uses only the finest chocolate and freshest ingredients. An open-kitchen allows its visitors to interact with the chocolatier and watch them apply their passion and talent to the making and design of every chocolate product. Their award-winning Pretzel-Covered Sea-Salted Caramels will send your taste-buds amuck. Sea-salted caramel is enclosed in a chocolate shell and then hand-rolled in pretzels. Perfection in a tiny crunchy ball!

Tags: Easter Sunday Chocolate Tour, LA Burdick, Max Brenner, Black Hound, Bespoke Chocolate, New York, Union Square, East Village, Food Tour