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The 10 Best Chocolate Shops in Toronto

The 10 Best Chocolate Shops in Toronto

The 10 Best Chocolate Shops in Toronto

There’s never a bad time for chocolate, and thankfully, Toronto is chock-full of shops that take their cocoa very seriously. From household names to family-owned shops, you can find a high-quality shop serving handcrafted truffles, bars and barks in almost every neighbourhood of the city. Pre-order some sweet treats for your Valentine, or just celebrate how much you love yourself. Like we said before, chocolate doesn’t necessarily need an occasion. Here are the 10 best chocolate shops in Toronto!

9

824 St Clair Ave W

Chocolat De Kat

Chocolat De Kat

Operating inside of De Mello Coffee, Chocolat De Kat's artisan bonbons are a work of art. With unique flavors like champagne, peach cobbler, Vietnamese coffee and yuzu caramel, these chocolate creations are bound to convert any sweet adverse folks out there.

8

1912 Danforth Ave

Mary's Brigadeiro

Mary's Brigadeiro

This black woman led chocolate shop in East Danforth brings the tradition of Brigadeiro to Toronto. The small-batch and handcrafted chocolates are some of the finest in the city and owner Mary has made quite a name for herself in the chocolate world, and has even appeared on Dragons' Den.

7

617 Gerrard St E

ONYX Chocolates

ONYX Chocolates

A chocolate shop known for gorgeous, colourfully glazed truffles was a mainstay in the Asian-inspired ice cream shop, Wong’s Ice Cream. In Spring 2022, the shop is moving into a new space, taking over a Vietnamese sandwich shop on 601 Gerrard Street East, selling its unique and surprising flavours, including black sesame yuzu and Mi Goreng (Indonesian fried noodle).

5

1131 St Clair Ave W

ChocoSol

ChocoSol

This Corso Italia chocolate shop makes artisanal dark chocolate from scratch, using simple, whole-food ingredients. All of their products are free of nuts, dairy, soy, gluten, and preservatives, and the team works directly with farmers and co-operatives to inject money back into its partner communities. Beyond that, all products are wrapped in eco-friendly packaging so you can feel good about your purchase.

4

653 Dupont St

Stubbe Chocolates

Stubbe Chocolates

Blink and you might miss this shop located on the corner of Dupont and Christie. The shop is already promoting its Valentine’s Day items which you can order or buy in-store. Options include hot cocoa bombs, gourmet bonbons, smash hearts and milk or dark chocolate boxes with sweet love notes inscribed on the top.

3

1099 Yonge St

Nadege

Nadege

Nadege is a specialty bakery and ice cream shop that sells chocolate bars and bonbons in creative flavours ranging from pistachio to passion fruit. The chocolates are selected worldwide to provide patrons the most sophisticated artisanal products.

2

361 Roncesvalles Ave

The Chocolateria

The Chocolateria

This Roncesvalles shop has got it all: chocolate-dripped dried fruit, boxes of truffles, barks and chocolate bars in delicious flavours like caramelized almond and sea salt. You can also pre-order Valentine’s day-themed treats like heart-shaped chocolate lollies and a 9-piece box of expertly decorated truffles.

1

443 King St W

SOMA Chocolatemaker

SOMA Chocolatemaker

Soma was founded in 2003 with the idea of creating a small, funky chocolate factory. Over the years, the business has grown to be a big name in quality, handcrafted chocolate and has two locations, a small chocolate factory and a network of wholesalers. You can swing by their Distillery and King West location and choose from a variety of sweet treats, including toffees, truffles, cookies, gelato and micro-batch chocolate.

The 10 Best Chocolate Shops in Toronto

Guides / Spots

8 months ago

The 10 Best Chocolate Shops in Toronto

Raquel Farrington

Raquel Farrington

There’s never a bad time for chocolate, and thankfully, Toronto is chock-full of shops that take their cocoa very seriously. From household names to family-owned shops, you can find a high-quality shop serving handcrafted truffles, bars and barks in almost every neighbourhood of the city. Pre-order some sweet treats for your Valentine, or just celebrate how much you love yourself. Like we said before, chocolate doesn’t necessarily need an occasion. Here are the 10 best chocolate shops in Toronto!

7

617 Gerrard St E

ONYX Chocolates

ONYX Chocolates

A chocolate shop known for gorgeous, colourfully glazed truffles was a mainstay in the Asian-inspired ice cream shop, Wong’s Ice Cream. In Spring 2022, the shop is moving into a new space, taking over a Vietnamese sandwich shop on 601 Gerrard Street East, selling its unique and surprising flavours, including black sesame yuzu and Mi Goreng (Indonesian fried noodle).

5

1131 St Clair Ave W

ChocoSol

ChocoSol

This Corso Italia chocolate shop makes artisanal dark chocolate from scratch, using simple, whole-food ingredients. All of their products are free of nuts, dairy, soy, gluten, and preservatives, and the team works directly with farmers and co-operatives to inject money back into its partner communities. Beyond that, all products are wrapped in eco-friendly packaging so you can feel good about your purchase.

1

443 King St W

SOMA Chocolatemaker

SOMA Chocolatemaker

Soma was founded in 2003 with the idea of creating a small, funky chocolate factory. Over the years, the business has grown to be a big name in quality, handcrafted chocolate and has two locations, a small chocolate factory and a network of wholesalers. You can swing by their Distillery and King West location and choose from a variety of sweet treats, including toffees, truffles, cookies, gelato and micro-batch chocolate.