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The Chocolate Bar

Map & Directions 1835 W. Alabama
Houston, TX 77098
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713-520-8599
  • Dessert
  • Sun 12pm-8pm, Mon-Thu 10am-10pm, Fri-Sat 10am-12am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • None
  • Not Accepted
  • Lot Available

Description

Houston Press' Description

Just looking at this Montrose-area place might give you cavities. The chocolate bar deals in all things cocoa, and does so with a sense of humor. Several varieties of chocolate in novelty shapes are available, as well as kitschy gift items, including doggie chocolates. The Texas Frito Brittle, a mix with chocolate, Fritos, pretzels and pecans - has been featured on the Food Network. The cake (expensive, but with slices big enough to share) and ice cream are particularly decadent. The Village location is a little bit more spacious than the intimate Chocolate Bar outpost on W. Alabama.

 
Member Reviews

  • martiganijessica wrote a review for The Chocolate Bar
    on 09/03/10
    4

    They had so much chocolate 2 choose from. You can even design your own chocolate Yummy!!!

  • bbb4 wrote a review for The Chocolate Bar
    on 09/02/10
    4

    Yum! What else can you say about chocolate?! The servings of cake are huge. They have frozen hot chocolate but it's not near as good as Serendipity in New York (for those of you who have been there).

  • alison.brown wrote a review for The Chocolate Bar
    on 07/21/10
    4

    They have the best everything! The cakes are huge.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Justin T. on 03/01/10

    Get the frozen hot chocolate for those hot summer nights

  • Julianne A. on 01/28/12

    Get chocolate wasted

  • Tried to split a piece of Aunt Etta's cake with a friend and we still had leftovers! A great place to get a chocolate fix!

  • Talha S. on 12/04/10

    Try the creamy dreamy truffle... Amazing!

  • Leslie H. on 10/25/10

    Try their version of a Reese's peanut butter cup. The dark chocolate was amazing.

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