Below is a list of the top and leading Chocolate Shops in Boston. To help you find the best Chocolate Shops located near you in Boston, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Boston’s Best Chocolate Shops:
The top rated Chocolate Shops in Boston, MA are:
- Petrova Chocolates – pays attention to all small detail
- Gourmet Boutique – provides a unique gift-giving experience
- Cacao – is Leo’s dream for sharing his experiences
- L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates – have been dedicated for over three decades
- Phillips Chocolates – ensure that all of their products are new
Petrova Chocolates‘ chocolates are completely handmade in small batches. The whole process to create a batch of their shiny, delicious bonbons takes three days. They pay attention to all small detail during production because each step of the process matters to the quality of their final product. They pride themselves in utilizing the world’s finest French chocolate – Valrhona. Not only do they give them exceptional, aromatic chocolate with deep-tasting notes to make their mouth-watering bonbons, but the company has also created ethical promises to cocoa growers in small countries that they can stand behind.
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“Betty makes gorgeous and delicious chocolate bonbons! Each one is perfectly balanced and you can tell how much time and effort go into each piece with every bite. I highly recommend trying some of you’re in the area or order once it’s cooler.” – Liane PR
Gourmet Boutique provides a unique gift-giving experience, centered on curated gourmet items, craft chocolate, and virtual tasting experiences. The motivation for Gourmet Boutique stems from its passion for travel. Roaming through charming boutiques and patisseries and seemly absorbed in the slower pace of life is all part of the happiness of travel. For over 15 years, it has been their vocation to take the joy of travel and gourmet discoveries in their Boutique’s offerings.
It is with this idea in mind that they search the world for visually astonishing and mouthwatering products to revive the fond travel memories right at home in the historic and elegant Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood.
Virtual Tasting, Virtual Wine & Chocolate Tastings, Corporate Gifts, Gift Baskets & Trunks, Chocolate, Macarons, Sweets, Teas, Caviar
“Our team had such a fun time during the tasting experience! Anya was very engaging and educated about all the different kinds of chocolate. Plus, they tasted amazing! It was a great way for our team to virtually connect. I would definitely recommend.” – Ashlee H.
Cacao is Leo’s dream for sharing his experiences with the greater Jamaica Plain community while offering one of life’s great culinary combinations—chocolate and nuts. Since immigrating to the United States and settling in Jamaica Plain back in 1992, Leo has longed to share his childhood experience with the surrounding neighborhood.
Chocolate, Nuts & Seeds, Dried Fruit, Snacks, Gifts
“Friendly staff. Drinks aren’t cheap but not too expensive either. Had the frozen hot cocoa + banana which was delicious! Also, this place smells amazing.” – Tina M.
L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates
L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates started with one person, one set of equipment, and one exceptional vision – to make true artisan chocolate bonbons. They have been dedicated for over three decades to producing their chocolates the time-honored way – by hand. Every stage is touched by hands. They never utilize molds. They cook, pipe, cut, dip, garnish, and pack their chocolates by hand. Its signature chocolate mice have been produced separately over 12 handcrafting steps over a three-day period.
L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates’ approach is unusual in today’s world, but its commitment to it has never wavered. The result is fine chocolate bonbons with an excellent and smooth mouthfeel and details in both flavor and presentation.
Chocolate, Seasonal Release, Pastries, Gifts
“Their pastries are delicious! I have tried several of them and my favorite are the coconut chocolate cake and the Georgetown. I have also tried their hot chocolate but I didn’t like it as much. Their hot chocolates are made using melted chocolate and the texture ends up being too thick and sweet for my taste.” – Laura R.
Phillips Chocolates was opened in 1925 and is delighted to be Boston’s oldest chocolatier. It’s a tradition that four generations of the family have been honored to uphold. Inspired by a passion for fine chocolate, they continue to artfully blend premium fresh ingredients in small batches utilizing their original recipes and techniques. They ensure that all of their handcrafted chocolates and gourmet confections are new. Remaining true to their heritage has won them countless accolades from Boston Magazine, The Boston Globe, and the Phantom Gourmet, as well as legions of enthusiastic fans.
Chocolate, Seasonal, Gifts, Other Favorites, Corporate
“Really good chocolates and friendly staff.” – Jerome D.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.