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Truffles line the counter at Sweet Cooie’s, a chocolatier, ice cream shop, and soda fountain in Congress Park
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Where to Eat Chocolate Around Denver

The finest chocolatiers and chocolate makers for every season

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Truffles line the counter at Sweet Cooie’s, a chocolatier, ice cream shop, and soda fountain in Congress Park
| Adam Larkey/Eater

Looking for something other than candy bars this season? These 12 chocolatiers and chocolate makers offer quality confections from bonbons to bars, caramels, and truffles. From places like Cultura Craft and Nuance in Fort Collins, sweets lovers will find award-winning bars, single-origin bars, and real white chocolate. At Miette et Chocolate and Victoria’s, the art piece candies are fit for display and consumption. Around Denver, shops such as Roberta’s and Dieter’s remain neighborhood favorites.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Nuance Chocolate

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214 Pine St
Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 484-2330
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Fort Collins’ bean-to-bar chocolate maker sells single-origin bars, flavored bars, truffles, and tasting flights from a cozy Old Town shop. French-style hot chocolate and sipping chocolate are warming afternoon treats, while bags of brewing chocolate are good gifts to take home.

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2. Fortuna Chocolate at Cured

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1825 Pearl St Ste B
Boulder, CO 80302
(720) 389-8096
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Fortuna sells its chocolate slabs with pistachios, figs, and cacao nibs at Cured in Boulder and other area locations. A new Boulder shop, Dry Storage, will also introduce a Fortuna Chocolate “cocktail bar” when it opens this fall.

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3. Piece Love and Chocolate, LLC

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805 Pearl St
Boulder, CO 80302
(303) 449-4804
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PL&C is known for its customizable truffle boxes, with flavors like Boulder Beer Shake Chocolate Porter, Boulder Creek Zinfandel Port and Fig, Bubbly Champagne, and Fireside Whiskey Caramel. (See also non-alcohol inspired flavors.)

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4. Temper Chocolates at The Denver Central Market

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2669 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205

Bonbons, barks, dipped pretzels, maltballs, and more confections from a number of makers can be found at Denver Central Market’s chocolate shop. Also worth trying are Temper’s own truffle pops and pistachio rose bark.

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5. Roberta's Chocolates

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4840 W 29th Ave
Denver, CO 80212
(303) 824-2069
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23-year-old Roberta’s makes truffles, creams, and covered nuts that go well in gift boxes or bags. Caramel pecan patties come in milk, dark, and white chocolate varieties. See also chocolate covered bacon and chocolate greeting cards.

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6. Miette et Chocolat

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2501 Dallas St Suite 176
Aurora, CO 80010
(303) 658-0861
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This modern twist on a French patisserie at Stanley Marketplace makes everything from lime and pine tree bonbons to chocolate covered peanut butter rice crispy treats. Special pastries include chocolate macarons and dark chocolate hazelnut pâte à choux.

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7. Dar Chocolate at Marczyk Fine Foods

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1405, 770 E 17th Ave
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 894-9499
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These small-batch bars are made with as little as two ingredients (cacao beans and sugar) and sold at numerous locations around Denver. Seasonal bars have hints of cinnamon and cloves or coffee and cardamom.

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8. Chocolate Lab

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2504 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80206
(720) 536-5037
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Savory truffles are the specialty at this Denver “lab,” from salt and pepper to jamon serrano and manchego cheese. To drink, there are chocolate elixirs with the option of added spirits, and customers can buy a bottle of bourbon chocolate barbecue sauce to take home.

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9. Cultura Craft Chocolate at Art Gym Cafe

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1460 Leyden St
Denver, CO 80220
(303) 320-8347
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2-year-old Cultura brings bean-to-bar chocolate to shops across the state. In addition to bars, the chocolate maker features Mexican drinking chocolate and cafe de olla made with cacao, cane sugar, and cinnamon.

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10. Sweet Cooie's Ice Cream and Confectionery

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3506 12th Ave
Denver, CO 80206
(720) 550-7140
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Congress Park’s remake of an old fashioned soda fountain sells Little Man ice cream as well as chocolate truffles. A “jewel box” half-dozen is reminiscent of the pretty parlor and sells for $15.

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11. Victoria's Chocolates

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2615 E 3rd Ave
Denver, CO 80206
(303) 355-0654
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This fancy little Cherry Creek shop sets its hand-painted chocolates in black cases for a dramatic result. Matcha chocolates, blackberry lavender bonbons (pictured), and pumpkin spice truffles are just a few of the luxurious varieties.

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12. Deiter's Chocolates

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1734 E Evans Ave
Denver, CO 80210
(720) 925-5982
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A Denver University staple, Dieter’s (or Dietrich’s) serves a Bavarian breakfast all day with hot chocolate to drink. See also chocolate covered marzipan, cordial cherries, clusters, and chocolate sauce to take home.

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1. Nuance Chocolate

214 Pine St, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Nuance/Facebook

Fort Collins’ bean-to-bar chocolate maker sells single-origin bars, flavored bars, truffles, and tasting flights from a cozy Old Town shop. French-style hot chocolate and sipping chocolate are warming afternoon treats, while bags of brewing chocolate are good gifts to take home.

214 Pine St
Fort Collins, CO 80524

2. Fortuna Chocolate at Cured

1825 Pearl St Ste B, Boulder, CO 80302
Fortuna Chocolate/Facebook

Fortuna sells its chocolate slabs with pistachios, figs, and cacao nibs at Cured in Boulder and other area locations. A new Boulder shop, Dry Storage, will also introduce a Fortuna Chocolate “cocktail bar” when it opens this fall.

1825 Pearl St Ste B
Boulder, CO 80302

3. Piece Love and Chocolate, LLC

805 Pearl St, Boulder, CO 80302
Piece Love & Chocolate/Facebook

PL&C is known for its customizable truffle boxes, with flavors like Boulder Beer Shake Chocolate Porter, Boulder Creek Zinfandel Port and Fig, Bubbly Champagne, and Fireside Whiskey Caramel. (See also non-alcohol inspired flavors.)

805 Pearl St
Boulder, CO 80302

4. Temper Chocolates at The Denver Central Market

2669 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205
Temper/Facebook

Bonbons, barks, dipped pretzels, maltballs, and more confections from a number of makers can be found at Denver Central Market’s chocolate shop. Also worth trying are Temper’s own truffle pops and pistachio rose bark.

2669 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205

5. Roberta's Chocolates

4840 W 29th Ave, Denver, CO 80212
Roberta’s [official]

23-year-old Roberta’s makes truffles, creams, and covered nuts that go well in gift boxes or bags. Caramel pecan patties come in milk, dark, and white chocolate varieties. See also chocolate covered bacon and chocolate greeting cards.

4840 W 29th Ave
Denver, CO 80212

6. Miette et Chocolat

2501 Dallas St Suite 176, Aurora, CO 80010
Miette et Chocolat [official]

This modern twist on a French patisserie at Stanley Marketplace makes everything from lime and pine tree bonbons to chocolate covered peanut butter rice crispy treats. Special pastries include chocolate macarons and dark chocolate hazelnut pâte à choux.

2501 Dallas St Suite 176
Aurora, CO 80010

7. Dar Chocolate at Marczyk Fine Foods

1405, 770 E 17th Ave, Denver, CO 80203
Dar Chocolate/Facebook

These small-batch bars are made with as little as two ingredients (cacao beans and sugar) and sold at numerous locations around Denver. Seasonal bars have hints of cinnamon and cloves or coffee and cardamom.

1405, 770 E 17th Ave
Denver, CO 80203

8. Chocolate Lab

2504 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206
Chocolate Lab [official]

Savory truffles are the specialty at this Denver “lab,” from salt and pepper to jamon serrano and manchego cheese. To drink, there are chocolate elixirs with the option of added spirits, and customers can buy a bottle of bourbon chocolate barbecue sauce to take home.

2504 E Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80206

9. Cultura Craft Chocolate at Art Gym Cafe

1460 Leyden St, Denver, CO 80220
Cultura [official]

2-year-old Cultura brings bean-to-bar chocolate to shops across the state. In addition to bars, the chocolate maker features Mexican drinking chocolate and cafe de olla made with cacao, cane sugar, and cinnamon.

1460 Leyden St
Denver, CO 80220

10. Sweet Cooie's Ice Cream and Confectionery

3506 12th Ave, Denver, CO 80206
SWEET COOIE’S - DENVER Adam Larkey/Eater

Congress Park’s remake of an old fashioned soda fountain sells Little Man ice cream as well as chocolate truffles. A “jewel box” half-dozen is reminiscent of the pretty parlor and sells for $15.

3506 12th Ave
Denver, CO 80206

11. Victoria's Chocolates

2615 E 3rd Ave, Denver, CO 80206
Victoria’s/Facebook

This fancy little Cherry Creek shop sets its hand-painted chocolates in black cases for a dramatic result. Matcha chocolates, blackberry lavender bonbons (pictured), and pumpkin spice truffles are just a few of the luxurious varieties.

2615 E 3rd Ave
Denver, CO 80206

12. Deiter's Chocolates

1734 E Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80210
Dieter’s [official]

A Denver University staple, Dieter’s (or Dietrich’s) serves a Bavarian breakfast all day with hot chocolate to drink. See also chocolate covered marzipan, cordial cherries, clusters, and chocolate sauce to take home.

1734 E Evans Ave
Denver, CO 80210

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