French Broad Chocolate Lounge
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Handmade, artisanal chocolates and pastries. Wine, beer, coffee, and tea as well. Pretty much have to come in or look on the site to get our mission, but it will be worth your time.
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So much chocolate...So little time...Try one of the drinking chocolates. They won’t look while you lick out the cup! If you’re a real chocolate foodie, you may want to book a tour in their factory where you’ll be able to experience many different things!
Two words: Liquid Truffle. It's like super thick hot chocolate -- so thick they serve it with a spoon! They have plenty of other delicious chocolatey options. Friday and Saturday nights they'll be lines out the door. So go during the day, or with someone you like talking to while waiting in lines:) …
Must visit- CHOCOLATE and a really cool vibe- Usually pretty crowded but amazing
Skip dessert at the restaurant and head here for a delicious finish. The owners source the beans from their own Costa Rican estate. All organic. All handmade on site. Fab!
This is an Asheville classic. A BCorp, this company is integral from the core. And their products are amazing. Especially the coconut macaroon brownie!
The French Broad Chocolate Lounge handcrafts artisan chocolates and pastries featuring superb local ingredients. While keeping green, the lounge offers live music, local beer, and wine. Yelp highlighted French Broad as top place to visit in town, calling special attention to the Maple and Smoked…
The BEST dessert. Everyone will find something they love. Try the vanilla cake, macarons or sipping chocolate. Avoid going on a Friday or Saturday night because the line will be out the door.
“This place gets all the press. You need a reservation way ahead of time but early or late you might get a spot at the bar”
“Great craft beer, bought out by Anheuser Busch but no major changes and still worth a visit ”
“EVERYTHING...Great atmosphere, kind helpful staff, adult beverages and a variety of reading material and sitting space. ”
“The Sunny point is a great spot for breakfast and was featured on Good Morning America! Yup you’ve got to wait in line but they have a beautiful garden to stroll and coffee set up outside for your enjoyment while you wait.”