Where to Find Craft Chocolate in Seattle, Washington (98112)
There are so many great places to find craft chocolate in Seattle, but I tried to stick to spots close to your neighborhood. I’m excited to hear what you discover!
This quirky boutique stocks unusual chocolates like vegan maker Charm School (try their coconut milk chocolate with nibs for a real treat).
900 E. Pine St. Seattle, WA 98122
Hands down the best selection in the city, and almost the country, this specialty shop is worth a visit. You may never leave.
1527 Queen Anne Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109
Yes, Nordstrom has its own special craft chocolate kiosk, though you may have to hunt around the flagship store to find it. But the curation is worth it!
500 Pine Street Seattle WA 98101
Check out this specialty chocolate shop that doubles as a café and sit and savor your newest finds from Dick Taylor and other notable brands.
415 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109
106 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101
Looking for specialty foods of all sorts to pair with your chocolate? Come here, and walk away with plenty of bounty, including great bars from brands like Askinosie.
1435 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
This bakery uses bean-to-bar chocolate from Theo (see below) in its creations, which are so mouthwatering I can almost taste them from Brooklyn.
1650 East Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98102
This is a little farther away than the other spots I mentioned, but it’s worth visiting Seattle’s only bean-to-bar operation and taking a tour of the factory. Bonus: There are lots of chocolate samples.
3400 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103