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Where to Find Craft Chocolate in Brooklyn (11226)

Owl and Thistle General Store

Owl and Thistle General Store

The Prospect Park South and Flatbush/Ditmas Park neighborhoods aren’t teeming with bean-to-bar chocolate factories like Red Hook and Williamsburg, but there are a few places immediately nearby to get your fix. This is a super-targeted guide, so let me know if you would like a more general guide to Brooklyn and/or Manhattan. If you find out about a new place carrying craft chocolate, please tell me at megan@chocolatenoise.com or on FacebookInstagram, or Twitter and I'll add it to the list!

Owl and Thistle General Store

Find bigger but delicious brands like Taza and Raaka at this local, sustainable, and fair-trade shop with everything from books to toys to chocolate.

833 Franklin Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Natural Frontier Market

Cacao Prieto might be the lone maker featured at this corner shop, but I’d bet there are a few other Brooklyn-based brands showing their face here.

1102 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn, NY

BKLYN Larder

Come for chocolate from makers like Dick Taylor and Askinosie as well as specialty foods of all sorts.

228 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY

Greene Grape

Find a curated selection like Marou, Dick Taylor, and Fruition at this neighborhood market.

67 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn Fare

Grocery stores in Brooklyn carry good chocolate too! There’s an entire wall with some good finds in there, including a solid selection of Askinosie.

200 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY

Charter Coffeehouse

I just found out that this café makes its hot chocolate and chocolate desserts with Askinosie!

309 Graham Ave #1, Brooklyn, NY