The World’s Largest Chocolate Festival Is Coming To NYC

Bianca Bahamondes Bianca Bahamondes

The World’s Largest Chocolate Festival Is Coming To NYC

Salon du Chocolat is the world’s largest chocolate festival, and it’s coming to New York City. 

Taking place at the Javits Center on Saturday (Nov. 16) and Sunday (Nov. 17), this massive chocolate festival is a perfect start to the magical holiday season. Salon du Chocolat NY will bring together chocolatiers, artisans,and  pastry chefs from across the globe for a sweet weekend of all things cocoa. 

During the spectacular Salon du Chocolat everyone is invited to become a kid again when they step into the chocolatey-cocoa wonderland. The confectionery experience is designed to dazzle all your sensesfrom delicious samples that’ll make your tastebuds dance, to extravagant chocolate sculptures that’ll leave you in awe. There’s even a Chocolate Fashion Show to attend with real, over-the-top chocolate dresses! (But if you miss the show on Saturday afternoon you’ll still be able to see the dresses on display Sunday.)

The family-friendly celebration of the most delicious luxury in the world will also feature experts on the commodity that will be teaching attendees their innovative techniques for creating gorgeous treats. There will be live recipe demonstrations by master chefs taking place on two stages at the event, so you’ll be able to learn new tricks and try them out at home later! 

To top it all off, the weekend-long festivities will also include a Valrhona Hot Chocolate Festival on their Saturday lineup. For $10, guests will be able to sample innovative hot chocolate recipes specially made by the city’s most celebrated pastry chefs (and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to a charity).

At only $25, tickets to this chocolate dreamland are going fast! So snag yours asap and get ready to indulge your senses in all things chocolate at this year’s enchanting Salon du Chocolat NY.

Where: Javits Center – 655 West 34th Street

When: Saturday, November 16, from 10am-6pm; Sunday, November 17, from 11am-5pm

Tickets: $25, grab yours here

Also published on Medium.

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