Like crayons, chocolate comes in many varieties and tastes better when unwrapped before consuming. Scribble out cocoa cravings with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of chocolates and baked goods at 3 Sisters Chocolate.
Inside 3 Sisters Chocolate and Bakery, a team of mouth mollifying magicians boils, toils, and troubles over a cauldron of craving-worthy chocolates, baked goods, and gourmet beverages. Reward sweetly behaved sweet teeth with a box of 12 signature chocolates ($14.99), each square tastily sheltering fillings such as caramel, chocolate mousse, lemon velvet, and secrets. Or, meal-seekers can knock out dinner with a slice of pumpkin-spice chocolate pizza, peppered with pumpkin seeds and laced with spicy specks of cinnamon, chili powder, and cayenne pepper ($9.99). Frosted fare from the bakery's bevy of gourmet cupcakes ($3.99) appeals to all palates, presenting old-fashioned yellow cupcakes nestled beside filled maple-bacon cupcakes, offering a fusion between breakfast and dessert far more successful than your grandmother's scrambled eggs 'n' ice cream.
Wind down confectionary escapades with a bag of the shop's gourmet coffee, such as the house special 3 Sisters Chocolate Blended Gold ($13.99). Or, saddle up to a seat at the shop's unique premium chocolate bar, where creamy shakes, hot chocolates and mochas, iced lattes, and liquid-chocolate shots are whipped up daily to the delight of every chocolate fiend and dessert-loving demitasse cup.
3 Sisters Chocolate & Bakery
When the founders of 3 Sisters Chocolate & Bakery sought the perfect inspiration for their chocolate shop, they looked no further than three sisters they knew—one really creative, one really sweet, and one a perfectionist. When they founded 3 Sisters Chocolate & Bakery more than a decade ago, they combined these ideals to craft creative, sweet treats from family recipes with supreme attention to detail. Today, the 3 Sisters repertoire includes gourmet cupcakes, brownies, and decadent truffles. It also features the unexpected, such as chocolate pizzas and shoes, adding to the shop's mantra that chocolate is an experience, not just something to eat or pump through an IV.