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Where to Find the Fanciest Chocolates in DFW

Feast on the city’s finest bon bons, bark, and chocolate bars

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, but no one really needs an excuse to indulge in fine chocolate. Take things up a notch from the average grocery store candy bar with creations by a handful of amazing chocolatiers in DFW.

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Sublime Chocolate

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This chocolatier in Allen roasts and grinds its own cacao, imported from the Equator, to make fancy truffles, bonbons, barks, and bars. Here, indulge in chocolates infused with lavender, filled with maple cream, and spiked with spicy ginger.

Isabelly's Chocolates & Sweet Treats

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This charming Richardson chocolate shop’s treats are worth the drive to the suburbs. A bounty of flavored chocolate truffles are on offer, plus cake balls, milk chocolate toffee, and more decadent desserts.

Dr. Sue's Chocolate

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The name of this confectioner comes from its proprietor — a practicing medical doctor who set out to revamp the candy industry with healthier all-natural dark chocolate. Indulge in blueberry-ancho chile bark or satisfy a sweet tooth with a decadent mug of hot cocoa.

Chocolate Secrets

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Two dozen different types of bonbons are hand-painted daily at this Oak Lawn chocolatier, in flavors like Earl Grey tea, peanut butter and jelly, brandied cherry, and coconut-lime. Look beyond the bonbons for white chocolate and coconut curry cashews and dark chocolate-drenched fruits.

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Dude, Sweet Chocolate

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What started as a seasonal project and farmers market stall turned into one of Dallas’ best loved chocolatiers. Dude Sweet prides itself on pared-down packaging that lets its savory and sweet chocolates shine on their own. Definitely try the Albatross fudge, made with funky blue cheese.

Sablon Chocolate Lounge

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At Sablon, it’s possible to eat chocolate in a truly dizzying number of ways. Start with an epic chocolate milkshake, called a “frappista” here, topped with a doughnut, then share a towering sundae or platter of dark chocolate fondue and fruit.

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Head to this chic Trinity Groves chocolatier and fill a box with bonbons, available in flavors like buttery popcorn and yuzu ganache, that are as artfully designed as they are flavorful. Also on the menu: equally gorgeous chocolate bars in flavors like passionfruit praline and strawberry cheesecake.

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CocoAndre Chocolatier

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At this Oak Cliff chocolatier, cacao is transformed into intricate sculptures (think decorated high-heel shoes, designer handbags, and champagne bottles) and deeply-flavored truffles.

Sublime Chocolate

This chocolatier in Allen roasts and grinds its own cacao, imported from the Equator, to make fancy truffles, bonbons, barks, and bars. Here, indulge in chocolates infused with lavender, filled with maple cream, and spiked with spicy ginger.

Isabelly's Chocolates & Sweet Treats

This charming Richardson chocolate shop’s treats are worth the drive to the suburbs. A bounty of flavored chocolate truffles are on offer, plus cake balls, milk chocolate toffee, and more decadent desserts.

Dr. Sue's Chocolate

The name of this confectioner comes from its proprietor — a practicing medical doctor who set out to revamp the candy industry with healthier all-natural dark chocolate. Indulge in blueberry-ancho chile bark or satisfy a sweet tooth with a decadent mug of hot cocoa.

Chocolate Secrets

Two dozen different types of bonbons are hand-painted daily at this Oak Lawn chocolatier, in flavors like Earl Grey tea, peanut butter and jelly, brandied cherry, and coconut-lime. Look beyond the bonbons for white chocolate and coconut curry cashews and dark chocolate-drenched fruits.

Chocolate Secrets/Facebook

Dude, Sweet Chocolate

What started as a seasonal project and farmers market stall turned into one of Dallas’ best loved chocolatiers. Dude Sweet prides itself on pared-down packaging that lets its savory and sweet chocolates shine on their own. Definitely try the Albatross fudge, made with funky blue cheese.

Sablon Chocolate Lounge

At Sablon, it’s possible to eat chocolate in a truly dizzying number of ways. Start with an epic chocolate milkshake, called a “frappista” here, topped with a doughnut, then share a towering sundae or platter of dark chocolate fondue and fruit.

Kate Weiser Chocolate

Head to this chic Trinity Groves chocolatier and fill a box with bonbons, available in flavors like buttery popcorn and yuzu ganache, that are as artfully designed as they are flavorful. Also on the menu: equally gorgeous chocolate bars in flavors like passionfruit praline and strawberry cheesecake.

Kate Weiser Solar System

CocoAndre Chocolatier

At this Oak Cliff chocolatier, cacao is transformed into intricate sculptures (think decorated high-heel shoes, designer handbags, and champagne bottles) and deeply-flavored truffles.

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