One of winter’s best indulgences is that perfect, steamy mug of hot chocolate topped with a giant dollop of whipped cream. Though the Savannah area isn’t exactly known for its snowy days, that doesn’t mean you can’t find a hot chocolate so delicious, you’d be willing to burn your tongue by gulping it down before it’s cool enough to sip.
Here are a few places where you can find this delightful seasonal treat.
Chocolate Martini Bar
You can’t miss out on visiting an eatery with a name like this! The Chocolate Martini Bar, on Godley Station Boulevard, has a selection of chocolate treats that will have your mouth watering. Their martinis are literally dessert in a cocktail glass. Their shakes are like an ice cream sundae in a frosty cup. And their hot chocolate is positively epic – and with more than a dozen varieties. The Caramel and Sea Salt adds a delicious tang to their smooth chocolate base, while the Alpine White is perfect for white chocolate lovers.
Not only do they make some of the best donuts, but their hot chocolate is pretty impressive, too. Drop by the location at Tanger Outlets Boulevard and enjoy a delicious mug, made with Ghirardelli chocolate and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and chocolate syrup. And if you’re in the mood for something a little cooler, try their Frozen Mocha.
Did you know that this Pooler Parkway restaurant makes a killer hot chocolate? That’s right, they don’t just make delicious sandwiches and baked goods – their beverages are just as good. Their version of hot chocolate is made with bittersweet chocolate, foamed milk, and a touch of flavored syrup in a thick, creamy brew. They top it with whipped cream and a caramel drizzle for a kick of extra flavor.
Drop by this classic diner on Highway 80 in Pooler, for a delicious cup of hot chocolate. They have all the classic favorites from waffles to bacon cheeseburgers – and of course, omelettes. Their hot chocolate is a great companion to either breakfast or lunch. It’s a classic recipe and comes with that perfect topping of whipped cream.
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