This past weekend Dan and I visited the Chocolate Bar at Boston’s Langham Hotel. I first heard about the Chocolate Bar a few months ago and have wanted to check it out ever since. There are over 140 different chocolate treats included in the all-you-can-eat buffet. Although we wanted to try everything, Dan and I were forced to call it quits after chocolate crepes and three plates full of chocolate desserts. I couldn’t believe the selection of chocolate that was offered- there was everything from chocolate cupcakes to chocolate truffles and chocolate bread pudding. Given my love for all things chocolate, I was in the right place.
The Chocolate Bar costs $42 per adult and $29 per child. At first I thought it was a little pricey but when you consider all of the chocolate you get for the money, the price really doesn’t seem that bad. It is definitely worth the money for any serious chocolate lover out there.
Our table was right next to the giant chocolate fondue fountain. There were bowls of fresh fruit, as well as pieces of cake and rice krispie treats, for dipping into the fountain. I could have stayed by this table all morning.
I also loved the giant bowl of cotton candy. Although the buffet was almost entirely chocolate, there were a few non-chocolate items to mix things up a bit.
Even the most simple desserts, such as the chocolate raspberry tart above, were delicious. It was so hard to narrow it down and choose which desserts to sample.
There was even a station with warm chocolate chip cookies right out of the oven and little shot glasses of milk. So cute.
In addition to all of the sweets, there was popcorn, as well as homemade potato chips, for guests to munch on. I actually went up to get more popcorn several times throughout the morning. The salty popcorn was a great contrast to all of the chocolate that we were eating.
I loved these martini glasses filled with chocolate mousse and fresh berries. The chocolate mousse was one of several vegan options offered at the Chocolate Bar.
Of course I couldn’t resist the candy bar. Even with all of the homemade chocolate desserts, I can never turn down a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup.
In addition to the classics such as cookies and brownies, there were also a number of unique chocolate desserts. There were even tables showcasing the most popular chocolate desserts from every decade starting with the 1980’s and ending with a table of futuristic sweets (think chocolate caviar).
These little jars of raspberry mousse were really fun. There were also little jars of cherry mousse topped with dark chocolate balls at another table- so good!
If you want to learn more about the Chocolate Bar or make a reservation to satisfy your own chocolate craving, you can find more information here: