NATIONAL CHOCOLATE DAY
- October 28, 2019
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NATIONAL CHOCOLATE DAY: THE TOP CHOCOLATE SHOPS IN PARIS
Chocolate is something that travelers of all ages can enjoy! In Paris, you can find a chocolate store on almost every corner, and it can be hard to choose which ones you want to visit. In honor of National Chocolate Day, here are the top chocolate shops in Paris!
Debauve & Gallaisa
Debauve & Gallaisa is a French classic and the oldest chocolate shop in the city. It opened in the 1800s and has been dedicated to creating delicious chocolate treats ever since. It was the official chocolate supplier for Napoleon and the French Court, meaning it is even good enough for French leaders. This is a chocolate shop you won’t want to miss!
Maison Pralus originated in a small town outside of Lyon, France and was opened in 1948. Auguste Pralus, the founder and a celebrated chocolatier, received the prestigious “Meilleurs Ouvrier de France” (Best Worker in France) award in 1955 for his chocolate. Barre infernale is the most famous product and a must-try!
Gérard Mulot is not only known for its amazing chocolate but its pastries and macaroons as well. It is located in the heart of the Saint Germain neighborhood and is considered one of the best and most respected chocolate shops in Paris. Grab some chocolate and do some exploring around this classic neighborhood.
Jean-Charles Rochoux creates chocolates that are almost too pretty to eat! Chocolate maker Jean-Charles Rochoux prides himself in creating truly exceptional chocolate sculptures. These sculptures take the forms of bronze statues, exotic animals, and more. This is a unique art show you won’t want to miss!
Jean-Paul Hévin is a chocolate boutique worth visiting! Situated among Cartier and Hermès, Jean-Paul Hévin has well earned its prestigious location. The expert chocolatier creates traditional chocolate delights that will satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth. Make sure to check it out!
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