Did you know that in the 16th and 17th century, hot chocolate was considered a luxury drink?
If you would like to enjoy a steaming cup, the best hot chocolate destinations in Dallas include:
Known for blending European traditions with Latin American soul, La Duni features the flavors, colors, and sounds of both cultures. It's open seven days a week for lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch, and everyone is treated like family. The restaurant has a four-star rating on Yelp and has been recognized by both D Magazine and Esquire. The menu offers Latin hot chocolate made with melted Belgian chocolate, assorted cocoas, milk, and fresh whipped cream.
Sablon Chocolate Lounge
Sablon is the only premium dining lounge in North America that serves couverture chocolate dishes, drinks, and savory bites. It features friendly service and a warm, inviting atmosphere that comes complete with comfortable chairs, dim lighting, and a large mural. In the kitchen, the chefs make everything from scratch, and hot chocolate choices include classic, tiramisu, and hazelnut.
The Old Monk
Nestled on historic Henderson Avenue, The Old Monk is a favorite among locals looking to meet friends for a casual bite. It's open daily until 2:00 a.m., and the dining area features many antiques including lights from a Monastery in Pennsylvania and a back bar from a chemist's shop in England. The menu features several hot drinks including a bourbon hot chocolate made with Bulleit bourbon, hazelnut, rich dark chocolate, and a dollop of cream.
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