There are 74 chocolate shops in Baltimore. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.
From unique sweets you won’t find anywhere else to the best cocoa money can buy, these shops take the cake.
MA PETITE SHOE
Ma Petite Shoe translates to “My Little Cabbage” in French, a term of endearment you’ll want to call each and every one of their chocolates. They take the cake for the best combination since peanut butter and jelly, uniting shoes and artisan chocolate in a single location. This welcoming shop is chock-full of delectable goodies and awesome shoes, so you’ll leave their Hampden location with a new pair of duds and a basket full of delicious.
We Love Their: Mouth Party Caramels, Double Premium Confections, Spicy Chile Chocolate
CACAO LORENZO CHOCOLATIER
Cacao Lorenzo chocolatier Larry McGlinchey has a straightforward approach to creating chocolates that emphasizes the old European way of crafting bonbons and uses only cocoa and chocolate from members of the World Cocoa Foundation. These award-winning French chocolates are an exercise in decadence, bringing together flavors and styles from around the world.
We Love Their: Galerie au Chocolat, Chateau Chocolat, Paradiso, White Chocolate Bars
Louis and Esther Rheb founded Rheb’s Candy in 1917, and the Rheb family has been crafting chocolate and perfecting family recipes ever since. The shop they opened in their Wilkens garage in 1950 is still the main storefront today, and the family commitment to quality and exceptional, down-home service holds true. Chocolates are made fresh every morning, so come by early!
We Love Their: Milk Chocolate Chocolate Buttercream, Jimmy Truffles