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2012 Hot Chocolate Festival at The City Bakery

Is there a doctor in the house? Specifically one that specializes in chocolate addiction
The best part of winter is of course is heading out of the cold and making a nice warm cup of hot chocolate.  And one of the best places in New York City is The City Bakery. I tend to like their hot chocolate because it's thick and frothy - not to mention they offer giant homemade marshmallows to put into it.

City Bakery knows it has one of the best hot chocolate around, which is why they've created their own Hot Chocolate Festival.

Starting tomorrow, City Bakery offers a special hot chocolate concoction each day for a month (in addition to their regular cups of milk and/or dark chocolate).  Go early for the special flavors, otherwise you'll have to settle for regular. Either way it's a win-win situation (it is chocolate afterall).

I'm looking forward to "Sunken Treasure", "Moulin Rouge", and "Ode to the Polar Bear." How about you?

The City Bakery's Hot Chocolate Festival
February 1st - 29th, 2012
3 18th Street
New York, NY 10011
212-366-1414


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