Coffee Los Angeles

Milla Chocolates Gibraltar

Chocolatier Christine Sull Sarioz and creative director Goktug Sarioz built on the success of their ROW DTLA pop-up by opening a stylish Milla Chocolates boutique in downtown Culver City. I enjoyed sleek pistachio, hazelnut...
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Dandelion Chocolate: Sweetening San Francisco Mission District

Dandelion Chocolate is a small-batch Mission District café and production facility with an intoxicating aroma from Cameron Ring and Todd Masonis, friends who scored sweet resources by selling Plaxo, a company they co-founded. A...
Hot Chocolate San Francisco

Dandelion Chocolate Frozen Hot Chocolate

Dandelion Chocolate is a small-batch Mission District café and production facility from founders Cameron Ring and Todd Masonis. Expect an intoxicating aroma, exposed rafters, skylights, an open kitchen, and blackboard menu. Dandelion’s devoted shelves...
Chocolate Brooklyn

Mast Brothers Chocolate: Swept Away by Tradition in Brooklyn [CLOSED]

Prior to the 20th Century, masts towered over choppy seas to propel ships on transatlantic voyages. Brothers Rick and Michael Mast clearly can’t harness as much energy as bygone sailing ships, but what the...
Chocolate Shop Santa Fe

Kakawa: Reviving Meso American Traditions to Yield Chocolate

Santa Fe features New World history that dates to 1607, when Spanish conquistadors first set foot in northern New Mexico. That’s impressive for sure, but Peter Wolf decided to dig deeper, drawing on Meso...
Hot Chocolate Portland

Sahagun [CLOSED]

Elizabeth Montes opened her tiny Portland chocolate shop on June 30, 2005, naming it for Fray Bernardino de Sahagun, a Spanish Jesuit missionary who communed with chocolate loving Aztecs in the 16th Century. In...