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new york city chocolate guide
January 1, 2007
6:42 am
lucky_dog
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where to find chocolates in new york city, including photos.
http://www.tenementcity.com/in…..late3.html

chocolate map of manhattan (html and pdf)
http://www.tenementcity.com/ma…..te_ny.html

January 4, 2007
9:20 pm
wrks4choc
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That was an outstanding guide! Thanks so much, I’ve been trying to do that basically myself and one by one checking out the chocolate cafes, etc. this has put it all together for me and mapped it out, thanks Lucky Dog!!!!!!

Keep it Sweet!

Keep it Sweet!
January 8, 2007
6:12 am
erikos
New York, USA
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I agree it’s a nice guide and tells where the shops get their chocolates from (if possible). The descriptions are useful to tell if they’re primarily a chocolate shop or not.

January 8, 2007
6:28 am
Masur
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Another useful source is ChocolateZOOM magazine, a chocolate guide for New York City:
[url]http://www.chocolatezoom.com/[/url]

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January 13, 2007
4:48 am
lucky_dog
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thanks,
if anybody knows of other places, or changes I should know about, plz tell me. I started this guide because I didn’t know too many places to buy high quality chocolate, esp. chocolate bars. I had a small list, then added to it checking out places i’ve hrd about second hand on the net, or in newspapers. later i drew the map, and added storefront photos. i’m still on the lookout for any small mom and pop stores, and chocolate sources that may be under the radar.