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Oh Chocolate

Map & Directions 3131 E. Madison St., Ste 100
Seattle, WA 98112
  • Dessert
  • Mon-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 11am-6pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, cash
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
  • Snacks
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Lot Available


Seattle Weekly's Description

Seattle has a well-deserved reputation as coffee central, but it also should get a whole lot of sticky sweet love as a chocolate capital. And one of the early leaders in this tasty movement is this seasoned chocolate shop in Madison Valley. The owners have been making Euro-style treats for decades. In addition to the case full of truffles, turtles and the like, there's also old-fashioned malt balls, chocolate-dipped Graham crackers and toffee coated pretzels, which just goes to show you that humble classics hold up well when given the gourmet treatment.

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  • Clayton H. on 06/30/13

    Don't actually expect them to be open on time. Sunday in particular.

  • Deborah T. on 03/16/13

    Chocolate dipping class is SOOO hands on! Nola makes sure the chocolate keeps flowing.

  • Amber S. on 10/26/12

    For the dipping classes arrive 45-60min late and you will miss the owners genealogy and business history. The good stuff starts 1hr in.

  • John T. on 09/20/12

    This is a hidden jewel in the Madison Valley shopping strip along Madison on the way to Lake Washington across the street from the Washington Arboretum. The minute you go in you know heaven is here.

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