Kids design and mold their own chocolate treats at a candy shop stocking truffles, gummy sharks, and jelly beans
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for three Groupons, each good for $10 worth of chocolate and candy ($30 total value)
- $299 for a birthday party for up to 10 children ($500 value)
Included in birthday package:
- 2 Hour Party
- Chocolate fountain
- All Paper goods
- Invitations for each Guest
- Private Factory / Store Tour
- 1 Chocolate molded item per guest, decorate & packaged to take home
- 1 Chocolate-covered orea, pretzel or graham cracker (child chooses and makes)
With the birthday party package, children put on white aprons for a hands-on experience that includes molding, decorating, dipping, and crafting chocolate and candy. During these parties, kids have access to the 450-pound melting machines and a 20-foot conveyer-belt machine. Add-ons are available for an extra fee, including create-your-own candy goody bags, sundae stations, and chocolate fountains.
The Fine Print
About Chocolate Works
Candy comes in every color at Chocolate Works, where the rainbow of confectionery pairs naturally with the sunny dispositions of those who roam the store's aisles. Conceived by second-generation master chocolatier Joe Whaley, each shop hosts chocolate-fueled binges and signature candy-making classes.
Hints of red peek out from chocolate-dipped strawberries, jordan almonds model pastels, and self-serve bins are nearly bursting with Jelly Belly jelly beans. 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 pool framed by a marzipan "No Swimming" sign. But don't miss out on the shop's most popular treats: truffles dusted in a cloud of cocoa.
Kids learn how to dip, mold, and decorate chocolatey treats during one-hour workshops and birthday parties teeming with edible crafts and sugary confetti. Adults can get in on the fun, too. The party room doubles as a hot spot for ladies' nights and book clubs, as well as group workshops, swathing pretzels in Belgian chocolate or creating molded chocolates in the form of their favorite unreliable narrator.