The Chocolate Cafe and Museum is fun, educational, and extremely tasty attraction located just outside of downtown Put-in-Bay. With an extensive exhibition about the history of chocolate and a cafe full of treats and fresh coffee, the Chocolate Cafe and Museum is sure to satisfy even the sweetest tooth.
The museum features informative displays about how chocolate has been made through the ages. With antique memorabilia and helpful exhibitions, the museum is really fascinating.
Chocolate is one of America’s favorite flavors but it has been around much longer than that. Chocolate was first grown in Central and South America over 2000 years ago. The chocolate we eat today was said to be invented in London in 1657.
Once you learn about chocolate making, reward yourself with a visit to the cafe. With 32 flavors of Toft’s Ice Cream, pastries, and cakes, there is plenty to indulge in. The chocolates are certainly the centerpiece of the cafe. Enjoy an individual truffle with a cup of their freshly made coffee or put together a gift box to take home.
The Chocolate Cafe and Museum Offerings
- Meltaways & Truffles
- Turtles & Clusters
- Chocolate Covered Favorites
- Squares & Mints
- Solid Chocolate
The Chocolate Cafe and Museum offers over 100 different types of chocolate so there is something for every palette. The cafe also serves savory offerings for breakfast such as hearty breakfast sandwiches and muffings Enjoy them with coffee, a perfect start of your day on the island.
The Chocolate Cafe and Museum Location
This part of South Bass Island contain some of the most exciting and attractions on the island, despite being outside of the main drag. The Chocolate Cafe is located underneath Goat Soup and Whiskey, a popular fine dining establishment known for use fresh ingredients directly from their garden.
Perry’s Cave and Family Center are close by as are the Put-in-Bay Churches.