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We shared a World famous hot fudge Sunday. It’s a 5 step process. Step 1 chose your pleasure. Step 2 pay. Step 3 dig in and enjoy. Step 4 walk 10 miles. Step 5 take a nap.
Limited seating inside and out.
Ps love the...More
I am not a chocolate fan , but we stopped in for a cup of hot chocolate as we were walking back to the hotel. We were greeted with strawberry chocolate samples and a smile. We went upstairs for the cup on hot chocolate and...More
After driving from an event in Michigan, we stopped in Chicago and did some window shopping, went to Watertower Place, etc., we stopped at Ghirardelli for a lovely little break. We couldn't decide between hot chocolate and ice cream. We decided one of each and...More
It's a nice place to take a much needed break in the July heat while traversing The Mag Mile. We were greeted with complimentary chocolate squares :) Luckily we didn't encounter the queues and our order was taken quickly. By the time we paid, there...More
Oh my goodness. They hand you a piece of chocolate when you walk in the door. Tell you where they are selling the "seconds", then point out the restaurant. Had a brownie sundae. They do not skip on portions. It was perfect after dinner treat...More
A very busy day in Chicago started and ended in Ghirardelli. What a treat!
Not only the shop is renovated, the chocolate choices are ample, and the service there is perfect, too. In the morning, I was helped by Zeleria who showed me around and...More
If you've never been to one of these shops before you should go. The chocolate, ice cream, hot chocolate and chocolate desserts are all quite good. When I saw this location, I practically ran to it.
Unfortunately, you quickly realize that, while the hot fudge...More
Premium Chocolate company, founded by Italian chocolatier Domenico Ghirardelli continues to build on its signature taste by controlling every aspect of the manufacturing process.
The chocolate is sold in bar version or, is cut up into squares and individually packaged. Chocolate varieties include :--