Northwest Folklife

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305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109 305 Harrison St, Seattle Directions
+12066847300
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Report | 8 days ago
Go early. The venue itself could have been set in a better building as lineups were insane.
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Report | 20 days ago
You can taste lots of samples from many chocolate shop. If you are chocolate lover, must go!!!
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Report | 4 months ago
Prepare for chocolate overload! Be wise in your choices
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Report | 4 months ago
enjoyable with lots of tastin
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Report | 4 months ago
Eat something not sweet before the event, because too much chocolate and sweets will make you sick.
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Report | 4 months ago
We arrived later than expected and missed quite a bit of the morning events There were such a wide variety of chocolates to choose from as well as informative classes We will know what to expect the next time we go!
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Report | a year ago
It was a lot of fun and I couldn't eat another bite of chocolate after that. A lot of good chocolate and not enough room in my stomach :-)
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Report | a year ago
Pace yourself. ;-)
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Report | a year ago
It's a zoo, so plan to spend some time there but you will love it!
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Report | a year ago
We were very pleased not only to sample a variety of chocolates but also to discover some local craftmen of our Pacific Northwest Region. It was also the very first time that our grandchild manipulated a cocoa bean. Our next step will be to visit a local chocolate factory.
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Chocolate lovers unite at the Northwest Chocolate Festival, an annual event dedicated not just to eating chocolate in its many forms, but to tracking its journey from cocoa bean to confection. Visitors hone their expertise through seminars on trade equity and cocoa farming, chocolate-making workshops led by confectioners, and tastings where palates learn to distinguish between milk chocolate and a chocolate bar clumsily forced inside a milk jug. A portion of the proceeds from the event benefits local nonprofits aligned with the festival’s mission. Recipients are announced yearly.

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