Food & Drink

Best Chocolate In Brooklyn

via Jacques Torres

All these folks based in Brooklyn make and sell their own chocolate. Some are small, some are large, some are new, and some battle for the title of the oldest in the borough. Of the many chocolatiers in Brooklyn, here are our favorites – for last minute orders tonight or any night:

South of the Park:

Li-Lac (68 35th Street, Brooklyn / Industry City / Sunset Park):

While these Pudgie Bears are only available for Valentine’s day, the factory store has a wonderful selection of chocolates for any time of the year. If you’d like to learn more about one of the oldest chocolatiers in New York, check out our story here.

Liddabit Sweets  (220 36th St, Brooklyn / Industry City / Sunset Park)

Jomart Chocolates (2917 Avenue R, Brooklyn /  Madison / Marine Park)

From chocolate dreidels, to chocolate Santas, to decadent chocolate hearts, this family owned business has been keeping customers happy since 1946, and prides itself on being the oldest in Brooklyn. Stop by the factory/store in Marine park, and you will not leave empty handed.

Deliso Confections (278 87th St, Brooklyn / Bay Ridge)

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North of the Park:

Jacques Torres (66 Water Street, Brooklyn / DUMBO).
The Chocolate Room (Park Slope & Carroll Gardens)
Nunu Chocolates (Boerum Hill & Park Slope) 

Cacao Prieto (218 Conover Street, Brooklyn / Red Hook)
MARKET BROOKLYN (67 Guernsey Street, Brooklyn / Greenpoint)
Fine & Raw (288 Seigel Street, Brooklyn / Bushwick)

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