Follow Water street, a small cobblestone style road in this area, as it makes a sharp curve around a corner. The store is along this road, a fair ways down on the right, past a construction site and various "quaint" graffiti covered deserted brick buildings. It's a good area, just with an odd pocket of urban decay.
The store itself is small, with very little seating, but quite quaint and European. The staff was friendly and attentive, despite being fairly busy. They took the time to answer my questions about food allergy related issues (they cannot guarantee gluten free chocolate) and were very helpful.
The chocolate itself is fantastic. Lots of fun unusual items here, including chocolate covered cornflakes, giant chocolate fish, chocolate high heeled shoes, body butter, chocolate sunflowers, as well as all the usual chocolate suspects. In the back of the store is the baked good and truffle area. The truffles are square, about an inch long on each side is all, and cost close to 2 bucks each. (cheaper for ten or twenty in bulk). But they are totally worth it. I had a "wicked" one (spicy), a key lime one, a pistachio marzipan one, and a peanut butter and jelly one. I have had See's, Godiva, Whitman, Ghiradelli, etc., but can honestly say these truffles were the best I've ever tasted (of the four the marzipan was the weakest, though, could have been more flavorful). If I go back I will binge on the wicked and PB and J ones!
I highly recommend this place, definitely worth a visit if you're in the area.
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