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What You'll Get
Life is like a box of chocolates: it ends quickly when it tumbles into lava. Enjoy the transient experience of sweet pleasure while you can with today's Groupon. For $10, you get $20 worth of chocolates, desserts, and more at Coco’s Chocolate Café, located on Bardstown Road.
Whipping up handcrafted flavors with sugary virtuosity, Coco’s Chocolate Café provides patrons a tasty-treat abode that won’t melt into a puddle of pudding in the hot sun. Coco’s is a top-notch spot for picking up chocolaty delicacies. Made from the finest ingredients available, specialties such as turtles with Madagascar vanilla bean ($2 each), hazelnut pralines ($2), and butter truffles ($1.50) provide smile-inducing sampling. Beverages like cappuccino ($3.49) and dark hot chocolate ($2.99) offer savory sips, while a small fondue with strawberries, marshmallows, pound cake, or crispy treats gives rogue dippers the chance to indulge ($11.99). Additionally, patrons will be able to kick back and relax in a welcoming atmosphere featuring striking lighting and lustrous wood accents.
Acquiring sweet samples of tasty tidbits doesn’t have to entail hacking through the jungle in search of a sugar-cane shop. Coco’s Chocolate Café provides a convenient location for delicious desserts that aren’t melted down from leftover Easter eggs or cloying honeycomb drywall.
Not valid the week of Mother's Day, Father's Day, Christmas, Valentine's Day, or Easter.
- …the most chocolate-centric shop in the Metro region. It's basically all chocolate all the time. Artisanal chocolates, chocolate cookies, American-style hot chocolate, European-style drinking chocolate (so thick that it might better be called “spooning” chocolate), and the place's crowning glory: chocolate fondue. – Marty Rosen, Courier-Journal
- Many addictions are unhealthy and destructive, but you can indulge in one that isn’t at this Bardstown Road café. The sacred Mayan bean is turned into drinks, cakes, candies, truffles, and tools – Christopher Johnston, Trazzler
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 19, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Must use in 1 visit. No cash back. Tax not included. Blackout dates: week of Valentine's Day, week of Christmas, week of Mother's Day, week of Father's Day, and week of Easter. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.