As children grow up, they must learn that money doesn’t grow on trees, dinner doesn't make itself, and real dogs are awful at basketball. Let kids be kids with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $19 for one children’s chocolate workshop (up to $50 value)
- $15 for one children’s chocolate workshop, valid from April 14, 2014 to April 22, 2014 (up to$50 value)
- $15 for $30 worth of candy
- $100 for $200 toward a birthday party
During workshops, kids decorate molds with sprinkles and candy, use an enrober to coat sweets in chocolate, and dip treats in a chocolate fountain. Kids can also craft chocolate masterpieces during birthday parties, which include pizza, beverages, and private tours of the store.
Chocolate Works NYC
Candy comes in every color at Chocolate Works NYC, where the rainbow of confectionery pairs naturally with the sunny dispositions of those who roam the store’s aisles. Hints of red peek out from chocolate-dipped strawberries, jordan almonds model this season’s pastels, and self-serve bins nearly burst with Jelly Belly jellybeans. Wrapped in shimmering foil or cellophane, kosher truffles and edible replicas of famous paintings momentarily distract eyes from a chocolate fountain, which bubbles into a rich brown pool framed by a marzipan “No Swimming” sign.
Headlined by master chocolatier Joe Whaley and Pretzels by Jill’s Jill Frechtman, an all-star cast of instructors takes the helm during the shop’s signature candy-making classes. Among other delicious, hands-on lessons, teachers demonstrate how to swathe pretzels in Belgian chocolate at an old-fashioned enrobing machine. Kids also learn how to dip, mold, and decorate during one-hour workshops and birthday parties that teem with edible crafts and sugary confetti.
“Delicious chocolate and friendly service!”
“If you are going with young children, (9 and under), take along other adults to assist with the program and store visit. The "teacher" for our group seemed...”
“If you are going with young children, (9 and under), take along other adults to assist with the program and store visit. The "teacher" for our group seemed inexperienced about working with children. It's helpful to have additional adult eyes and ears. Otherwise, it was a fun experience.”