Chocolate Tour in Washington, DC

A Tour of Chocolate Shops in Washington, DC and a Chocolate Map of Washington, DC
Also check out chocolate tours in New York and Paris

Artfully Chocolate Kingsbury Confections (ACKC)


Artfully Chocolate Kingsbury Confections

  • 1529C 14th Street NW, Washington, DC
    Telephone: 202.387.COCO
  • 2003A Mt. Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA
    Telephone: 703.635.7917

Rob Kingsbury is an artisan chocolatier who is passionate about creating a beautiful and sumptuous assortment of fine specialty chocolates. His confections are made by hand, daily, in small batches using the freshest ingredients and imported chocolate.

They also have a wine bar and offer various classes: Chocolate Tasting, Chocolate Truffle Making and Chocolate/Wine Pairing.

Schakolad Chocolate Factory


Schakolad Chocolate Factory

  • 1107 19th Street NW, Washington, DC
    Telephone: 202.457.8888
  • 2461South Clark Street, Crystal City, Arlington, VA
    Telephone: 703.418.2000

Schakolad Chocolate Factory is the internationally acclaimed brand for fresh, handmade European style chocolates. Our signature chocolates are prepared with the finest ingredients and presented in the time honored traditions of quality, artistry and innovation.
Schakolad (pronounced shaq-oh-LAD) - a combination of "Schaked" and "Chocolate" - is a name associated with three generations of chocolate making. Baruch Schaked, co-founder of Schakolad, has been a chocolate maker since 1969. He began his career as a chocolatier in Argentina while working for his father-in-law, Gustavo Bar, who was the owner of one of South America`s largest chocolate factories. Mr. Schaked traveled extensively throughout Europe to participate in courses and seminars at prestigious schools where he mastered the art of chocolate making. His education and passion paid off in the form of numerous first place awards for his scrumptious, handmade truffles at the world-renown Fontainebleau Chocolate Festival.

Truffles Belgian Chocolate


Truffles Belgian Chocolate
3222 M Street NW
Telephone: 202.965.3111

From This truffle shop specializes in delicious Belgian chocolates and impeccable, friendly service. This spot is especially popular for those looking to impress out of town guests or to pick up gifts of the White House, Washington Monument and Capitol all made of chocolate. One of the best parts about stopping in is the free samples of their original truffles and other delicious creations. Beware; it's impossible to go in there without wanting to buy everything inside.

Divine Chocolate


Divine Chocolate
418 7th Street SE
Telephone: 202.332.8913

Discover the delicious Divine Chocolate range. Whether it's for giving, sharing, cooking or just indulging, ther's something for everyone.
Divine chocolate is made with the finest cocoa from farmers in Ghana who co-own the company and because the cocoa is Fairtrade they get a guaranteed income and you get guaranteed pleasure, so everyone's sweeter.

Neuhaus Chocolate


50 Massachusetts Avenue NE
Telephone: 202.289.7326

Leonidas Chocolate


Leonidas Chocolate
1531 Washington Avenue NW
Telephone: 202.944.1898

Made by S. A. Confiserie Leonidas, Brussels, Belgium

Biagio Fine Chocolate


Biagio Fine Chocolate
1904 18th Street NW
Telephone: 202.328.1506

Proud to bring a collection of fine chocolate from around the world to Washington, DC.

Chocolate Chocolate


Chocolate Chocolate "So good we had to say it twice"
1130 Connecticut Avenue NW
Telephone: 202.466.2190

Take a tour of our glittery candy & chocolate bar of panned candies (not listed on our site) in our new shop,including customer favorites: Jelly Bellies, Chocolate Espresso Beans, Gummy Bears & Swedish Fish, Red & Black Licorice. But added to this glittery mix are Dark Chocolate Covered Sea Salt Cashews, Peanut Butter Malt Balls, Dark Chocolate Chipotle Almonds, Blackforest Caramels, Chocolate Almond Toffee, and more!

Chocolate Moose


Chocolate Moose
1743 L Street NW
Telephone: 202.463.0992

Chocolate Moose has been owned and operated by two sisters, Barbara and Marcia Levi since 1978. Even though they have the occasional disagreement in the store, they still hang out together outside of work. Their manager Beth Lehnert has been there for 25 years. She totally keeps the place running and manages to act as a referee between Marcia and Barbara.

Chocolate Map

Here is an interactive map I created in google maps with the locations of the shops listed above:

You can move the map around, zoom in & out and click on the icons to see information about them. Click on the link below the map for a larger version.

View Washington, DC Chocolate Shops in a larger map

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