New York City’s Best Hot Chocolate

There is nothing better than walking around the city with your friends, talking about god knows what, sipping on the city’s best hot chocolate

Jacques Torres Chocolate

Torres melts chocolate into a delicious cocoa mixture. Torres’ coco is muddled with allspice, cinnamon, ancho, and chipotle chili peppers.

Locations

Upper East Side – 1186 3rd Avenue (Between East 69th and 70th Street)

Upper West Side – 285 Amsterdam Avenue (Between 73rd and 74th Street)

Midtown – 110 East 57th Street (Between Park and Lexington)

Rockefeller Center – 30 Rockefeller Plaza (Concourse Level)

Grand Central Station – 107 East 42nd Street (Lexington Passage Way)

SoHo – 350 Hudson Street (Corner of Hudson and King Street)

NoHo – 327 Lafayette Street (Between Bleeker and Houston)

DUMBO, Brooklyn – 66 Water Street

The City Bakery

Prepared with an assortment of dark chocolate bars and dairy from farms located mostly in New York state, and topped with an epic homemade marshmallow.

Location

Flatiron – 3 West 18th Street (Between 5th and 6th)

Eataly

At their Lavazza cafe, the cioccolata con panna is rich, dark, and sweet without being cloying. Remember to top the cup off with fresh whipped cream.

Location

Flatiron – 200 Fifth Avenue (At 24th St.)

Francois Payard Bakery

This gilded lily of hot chocolate is made with heavy cream and milk, pushing the thickness envelope to an almost milkshake-like texture.

Locations

Upper East Side – 1293 3rd Avenue

Washington Sq. Park – 116 West Houston Street

Columbus Circle – 3 Columbus Circle

Tribeca – 210 Murray Street

Eloise Shop at Plaza Hotel

The Eloise Pink Hot Chocolate it pink-hued cocoa is great for Eloise fans of all ages. It’s a perfect stocking stuffer at  $10/case

Location

Central Park 1 West 59th StreetScreen Shot 2015-12-15 at 11.28.14 AM

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