The Chocolate Lady

Oyster Bay

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Award-winning chocolatier crafts confections such as organic rose creams and handmade gelato sandwiches

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Promotional value expires Oct 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Valid in-store only. Must use $20 Groupon's promotional value in 1 visit. Punch card may be redeemed over multiple visits. Not valid 8/19-9/2 due to store closure. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like crayons, chocolate comes in many varieties and tastes better when unwrapped before consuming. Taste a spectrum of sweetness with this Groupon.

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  • $12 for a punch card valid for $5 worth of chocolate or frozen treats on five separate visits ($25 Value)
  • $10 for $20 worth of chocolate or frozen treats

The menu includes handmade gelato sandwiches ($6), sorbet ($5.95), and egg creams blended with housemade syrups ($3.95).

The Chocolate Lady

There's chocolate in Lee Perrotta's blood. It's easy to see how it got there; in 1928, her great uncle was the chief formulator for Rockwood Chocolate in Brooklyn, and her great aunt Lena was a prolific candy maker who left behind a trove of candy-making supplies stored in hatboxes. Following suit, Lee has made her own footprint in the confectionary world by approaching chocolate making as an art—literally. In 2007, the Walt Whitman Museum displayed 36 edible sculptures and portraits that she crafted from chocolate. In 2008, the New York Food Festival named her the overall best chocolatier of the year, also awarding her prizes for fudge, truffles, and chocolate sculpting.

Several of Perrotta's chocolate sculptures serve as decor inside The Chocolate Lady in Oyster Bay. Visitors can peruse more than 180 types of seasonal confections made with freshly ground cocoa, fresh-fruit purees, and fresh butter from a cow whose udders squirt chocolate milk. Organic rose-cream cordials, citrus-tinged blood-orange bites, and dark-chocolate espresso truffles are just a few of the treats available in her store.

The Chocolate Lady

There's chocolate in Lee Perrotta's blood. It's easy to see how it got there; in 1928, her great uncle was the chief formulator for Rockwood Chocolate in Brooklyn, and her great aunt Lena was a prolific candy maker who left behind a trove of candy-making supplies stored in hatboxes. Following suit, Lee has made her own footprint in the confectionary world by approaching chocolate making as an art—literally. In 2007, the Walt Whitman Museum displayed 36 edible sculptures and portraits that she crafted from chocolate. In 2008, the New York Food Festival named her the overall best chocolatier of the year, also awarding her prizes for fudge, truffles, and chocolate sculpting.

Several of Perrotta's chocolate sculptures serve as decor inside The Chocolate Lady in Oyster Bay. Visitors can peruse more than 180 types of seasonal confections made with freshly ground cocoa, fresh-fruit purees, and fresh butter from a cow whose udders squirt chocolate milk. Organic rose-cream cordials, citrus-tinged blood-orange bites, and dark-chocolate espresso truffles are just a few of the treats available in her store.

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    Oyster Bay

    49 Audrey Avenue

    Oyster Bay, NY 11771

    +15169222002

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