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The Guide to Drinking Hot Chocolate in Denver

'Tis the season to drink hot chocolate, lots of hot chocolate.

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A mug filled to the brim with hot cocoa invokes strong feelings of nostalgia for most of us, whether it's topped with marshmallows, whipped cream, or perhaps disguised in ice cream format, the warm, wintry beverage has the transformative ability to make us feel as if we are witnessing our first snowfall again. These seven spots are currently serving up the hot chocolate of your dreams, from traditional varieties to newfangled concoctions.

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Inventing Room

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For a much more inventive take on the traditional wintry beverage, try The Inventing Room's hot chocolate with exploding whipped cream.
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D Bar Denver

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D Bar is known for all things sweet, and this time of year, that means stellar hot cocoa. The frothy beverage is done with 64% Guittard Chocolate Company cocoa, and can be spruced up with some Bailey's if desired.
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Liks Ice Cream

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Prefer your hot chocolate in ice cream form? Lik's Ice Cream on 13th has got you covered. The variety concocted by Lik's has a hint of cinnamon, peppermint ribbon swirls, and chopped macadamias.
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Lucile's Creole Cafe

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If you're craving a rich, creamy hot chocolate alongside a pile of Creole style breakfast goodness, then look no further than Lucile's.
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OAK at fourteenth

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The OAK hot chocolate will warm you from the inside out. With melted hot chocolate ganache, creamy whole milk, whipped cream, wonder mint, nutmeg, gingersnap crumble, and a bruleed ginger marshmallow, this delightful dessert beverage is the perfect treat, with or without a meal.
https://www.facebook.com/oakatfourteenth/photos/a.361994893841423.84784.159761307398117/811790285528546/?type=3&theater

The Market Cafe

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The Market on Larimer Street has something for everyone, especially for those with a sweet tooth to satisfy. The hot chocolate here is straightforward, simple, and just right for a snowy day strolling downtown Denver.
https://www.facebook.com/themarketatlarimer/photos/a.403046566390048.107477.207932859234754/422842851077086/?type=3&theater

Voodoo Doughnut Mile High

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Voodoo Doughnut makes a doughnut for every mood, occasion, or whim. Next time you've got the midnight munchies or simply want to start your day with a blast of sugar, try the Mexican hot chocolate doughnut, a fried chocolate dough creation dusted with cinnamon sugar and cayenne pepper.
https://www.facebook.com/452456298194045/photos/pb.452456298194045.-2207520000.1448860671./733639483409057/?type=3&theater

Inventing Room

For a much more inventive take on the traditional wintry beverage, try The Inventing Room's hot chocolate with exploding whipped cream.
https://www.facebook.com/InventingRoom/photos/pb.105419116188205.-2207520000.1448852647./1030103903719717/?type=3&theater

D Bar Denver

D Bar is known for all things sweet, and this time of year, that means stellar hot cocoa. The frothy beverage is done with 64% Guittard Chocolate Company cocoa, and can be spruced up with some Bailey's if desired.
https://www.facebook.com/DBarRestaurantDenver/photos/pb.135952233099767.-2207520000.1448860880./1154452317916415/?type=3&theater

Liks Ice Cream

Prefer your hot chocolate in ice cream form? Lik's Ice Cream on 13th has got you covered. The variety concocted by Lik's has a hint of cinnamon, peppermint ribbon swirls, and chopped macadamias.
https://www.facebook.com/liksicecream/photos/a.10150270375550725.553288.492287000724/10153981262410725/?type=3&theater

Lucile's Creole Cafe

If you're craving a rich, creamy hot chocolate alongside a pile of Creole style breakfast goodness, then look no further than Lucile's.
https://www.facebook.com/127871443961331/photos/a.354134781334995.81426.127871443961331/354134784668328/?type=3&theater

OAK at fourteenth

The OAK hot chocolate will warm you from the inside out. With melted hot chocolate ganache, creamy whole milk, whipped cream, wonder mint, nutmeg, gingersnap crumble, and a bruleed ginger marshmallow, this delightful dessert beverage is the perfect treat, with or without a meal.
https://www.facebook.com/oakatfourteenth/photos/a.361994893841423.84784.159761307398117/811790285528546/?type=3&theater

The Market Cafe

The Market on Larimer Street has something for everyone, especially for those with a sweet tooth to satisfy. The hot chocolate here is straightforward, simple, and just right for a snowy day strolling downtown Denver.
https://www.facebook.com/themarketatlarimer/photos/a.403046566390048.107477.207932859234754/422842851077086/?type=3&theater

Voodoo Doughnut Mile High

Voodoo Doughnut makes a doughnut for every mood, occasion, or whim. Next time you've got the midnight munchies or simply want to start your day with a blast of sugar, try the Mexican hot chocolate doughnut, a fried chocolate dough creation dusted with cinnamon sugar and cayenne pepper.
https://www.facebook.com/452456298194045/photos/pb.452456298194045.-2207520000.1448860671./733639483409057/?type=3&theater

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