Top Hot Chocolate places in NYC to explore (2018)

Recently, one of my favorite sources for finding things to explore in NYC featured an article on Top Hot Chocolate places.  The listicle showed up on a very cold, wintry day.  As you may know, I adore chocolate!  (If you don’t know, I’ll include links to my other chocolate stories at the end).  Since I’d already created a Google map of chocolate stores/places in Manhattan – why not update it with hot cocoa spots?  I’ve checked out a few “top ten” lists, added them to my map, and then went and checked almost all of them out for myself.  I’ve culled the list, and marked them for you.  If you download the map into your google map, you can create your own walking tour!

Adventure on a Wednesday- January 31st is National Hot Chocolate Day!  If you decide to check any of these places out, share your review (in the comments section below).

Here’s the breakdown of my color-coded symbols:

Navy blue martini glass: hot chocolates with booze options
Purple cups: ranked hot chocolate places
Yellow/Orange cups: my personal favorites
Blue markers: alternate locations
Green markers: on the list for novelty sake, but not one’s I care to go back to again.

If the link to the Google map isn’t working for you, here’s a link to a pdf you can print out (not as detailed, but it gives you the listing of the places and general areas)


CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD PDF OF HOT CHOCOLATE MAP

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