Great hot chocolate and biscotti. A comfortable and inviting seating area. Many people were buying the gelato which is apparently quite good.
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Is a nice quiet place for coffee and pastry. Seems everything here is expensive beyond belief. Hell it`s only chocolate. Per pound, not worth the expense. Won`t be back.
We stopped here after dinner for my chocolate fix. We had a selection of chocolates and pastry. It is pretty pricey but the quality is good. We had the best dark chocolate pecan turtle ever. We went back for another the next night. I decided...More
This used to be our favorite restaurant, but the menu is not as good, the portions small, and the mosquitos intolerable.
Cozy inside, we stopped off for coffee and desert after dinner. Chocolates were delicious, and a work of art ... Almost to beautiful to eat. They are known for hot chocolate, but I got a really nice hand pressed Americano coffee that was done to...More
TThis overly expensive pretentious chocolate shop ($3/piece was the cheap pieces) had pretty mediocre food. The gelato had lots of ice pieces in it and really was mediocre at best. The ambiance was fantastic with comfy chairs, couches and a piano player. The food was...More
We stopped in to Chocolate Springs Cafe after going to eat at a local restaurant just for dessert. Before we went out to dinner, we just stopped in to take a look at the chocolate offerings. As soon as we saw the desserts including espresso...More
We had the double chocolate cake and it was delicious. We also bought a box of 6 chocolates, thinking we would bring them back home with us, but they didn't make it through the evening. Delicious!!
After a very disappointing dinner (which seems to be the norm in the Berkshires) - we stopped at this lovely place for dessert. Delicious gelato - dark chocolate with espresso nibs - truely a little bit of heaven. As we sat finishing up our gelato...More