Chocolate Secrets in Dallas TX

by Donny on February 5, 2011

Chocolate SecretsChocolate Secrets

wine. chocolate. bliss

3926 Oak Lawn Avenue

Dallas, TX. 75219

(214) 252-9801

If you haven’t settled your plans for Valentine’s Day then I have a great suggestion for you. Take your valentine out to or Chocolate Secrets or at least pick them up a yummy treat from there. Chocolate Secrets has won the Best Chocolate Fix from D Magazine and Best Chocolate Indulgence from the Dallas Observer. The only catch is that their goodies are pretty pricey. But hey it’s Valentines Day. Do it right if you can.

There’s lots to choose from at Chocolate Secrets. If your man is a die hard Texan you might want to get him gourmet chocolate cowboy boot ($19.50) or a chocolate in the shape of the state of Texas ($12.50) which you can get creamy style, crunchy, or best yet with a jalapeno kick.

Guys you might want to consider getting your sweetheart a cake for two. This is a petite two-layer cake decorated with red and white hearts and Chocolate Secret’s signature swirls ($40.00).Or you may want to choose several items from Executive Pastry Chef & Chocalatier, Kate Grover’s hand painted collection of chocolates which comes in fifteen flavors: lavender caramel, sunflower praline, raspberry, coconut lime, ancho chili, absinthe, cool mint, peanut butter & jelly, pumpkin spice, sea salt caramel, wild strawberry, strawberry balsamic, Madagascar bourbon vanilla bean, and orange liquer.

Chocolate Secrets also has lots of great wine, ambience, and live music on the weekends. You can even sigh up for French Lessons with the Alliance Francaise de Dallas which offers private and group lessons at Chocolate Secrets (214-234-0165). Or you can get wine etiquette lessons from Victoria Eichor. Giver her a call at 214-219-0963. Wine. Chocolate. French. Yeah, Chocolate Secrets does romance right.

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BlakeTS November 6, 2011 at 6:55 am

The Pros:
While my friend and I were traveling to Houston we stopped in Dallas and saw Chocolate Secrets. The service seemed friendly and informative. The store was well designed and everything was very clean. The chocolate display was immaculate and very inviting. The young server with dreadlocks behind the counter was an excellent salesmen, telling us all about the in-house produced chocolates on the left. Following his recommendation we bought a dozen of the \"store made\" chocolates (we were told several times that the specific chocolates we were interested in were made upstairs in the store), such as the sea salt caramel and rosemary caramel. We were very excited to share our purchase from the store with family in Houston.

When we arrived in Houston we stopped at Hubble and Hudson\’s market for a few odd groceries. At their chocolate counter we noticed chocolates that looked exactly like the ones we saw and tried at Chocolate Secrets; they were exactly the same–flavor, color, shape and name. The labels at Hubble and Hudson said Norman Love Confections – California. I was confused and asked the server where these chocolates come from and explained the confusion regarding Chocolate Secrets. She was quick to state that the servers at Chocolate Secrets in Dallas, Tx were obviously lying and these chocolates are well known and unique to the Norman Love Confections company. FURTHER MORE THE CHOCOLATES WERE HALF THE PRICE OF THEIR TWINS AT CHOCOLATE SECRETS!

I feel deceived and robbed by the servers and store, Chocolate Secrets. My friend and I would have had an equally wonderful experience if the servers had not lied to us, telling these detailed cons. I would have probably still bought the overpriced chocolates even if we had known they were made out of the store and selling at a higher than standard price. There is absolutely no reason for this and I hope anyone reading this thinks twice before supporting such juvenile business practices.

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