Valentine’s Day is here, Boston! Whether you’re looking for something simple and sweet or decadent and rich, these local chocolatiers have the finest selections of bon-bons, truffles, and chocolates that you can find in Boston!
Former Uni Pastry Chef, Betty Petrova, is the mastermind behind this remote Boston chocolate shop! You’ll never get a dull bite from Petrova Chocolates. The award-winning chocolatier is a genius when it comes to flavor combinations.
Baklava, pistachio canoli, halvah, and almond shortbread are just some of the multi-textured tantalizing creations. You can find Petrova Chocolates online and a select pop-ups around the city!
French trained Chocolatier, Liron Gal created Choc Allure in Needham, Massachusetts in the middle of a pandemic and managed to erupt in business while the world was in lockdown. That should tell you just about how incredible these chocolates are. Flavors like crème brûlée and strawberry cheesecake are reimagined and wrapped in luxuriously silky Valrhona chocolate.
Find more details on ordering Choc Allure here
3. Cacao, Jamaica Plain and Newton
Like peanut butter and jelly or salt and pepper, chocolate and nuts is a combination that just works perfectly every time. Cacao in Jamaica Plain offers the best of this combination with the finest roasted nuts and high-quality chocolates that create a deliciously rich bite-sized treat.
4. Gȃté Comme des Filles, Somerville
Aimez-vous le chocolat? If the answer to that is a resounding oui, then you have to stop by Gȃté Comme des Filles in Somerville. This Parisian-style chocolate shop prides itself on their super-fresh and vibrant flavors, and founder and head chef Alexandra makes sure that people taste these delightful chocolates as soon as possible to get the best flavor imaginable!
Find Gȃté Comme des Filles at 1 Bow Market Way #8, Somerville, MA 02143
5. Beacon Hill Chocolates, Beacon Hill
An entire world of chocolate confections is available to you at Beacon Hill Chocolates. These artisan, handcrafted chocolates are sourced from local and international chocolatiers, meaning you’ll always something unique when you stop by!
Find Beacon Hill Chocolates at 91 Charles St., Boston, MA 02114
5. Modern Pastry, North End
We all know and love Modern Pastry for their cannoli, but they’ve got more than just Italian pastries at this North End mainstay! Their glass displays feature all kinds of bon-bons and chocolate-dipped nuts, so next time you visit, you can branch out and try something new …in addition to classic cannoli to-go, of course!
Find Modern Pastry at 263 Hanover Street, Boston MA
7. Serenade Chocolatier, Brookline
Established in 1987, Serenade Chocolatier is a great spot to get decadent treats for those with particular food diets. If your sweetheart is vegan or lactose intolerant, you can still get them a lovely heart-shaped box of chocolates! Serenade offers a wide assortment of dairy-free, vegan, and gluten free chocolates in the hopes of having a little something for everyone.
Most importantly, Serenade is home to the pinata cake-a chocolate shell in the form of the cake that you get to smash with a hammer only to reveal a wide selection of more chocolate! The entire chocolate shell and truffle surprises inside are edible, and you can buy the full cake for $75.
Find Serenade Chocolatier at 5 Harvard Square, Brookline, MA 02445.
8. EHChocolatier, Cambridge
EHChocolatier is a women-owned, award-winning artisan chocolate shop located in West Cambridge. Using all-natural flavors and the finest of ingredients, you’ll want to shop at this chocolate shop year-round—not just for holidays. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!
Find EHChocolatier at 145 Huron Avenue, Cambridge, MA.