Chocolate Dishes

Chocolate dishes range from candy bars to Mexican mole. They’re cakes, pies, and ice creams. They can be as gentle as chocolate milk or as intense as death-by-chocolate lava cake. A few unique regional American chocolate treats are Charlie Chaplin candy in Buffalo (that’s marshmallow, coconut, cashews & chocolate), chocolate-covered frozen bananas on Balboa Island in California, chocolate Coca-Cola cake, Toll House cookies, fairy food (aka sponge candy, seafoam, molasses puffs), and whoopie pie.

Restaurants With This Dish

Cupcake Royale

SEATTLE, WA

Wagon Wheel

GREENBRIER, AR

Rugged loaf of tan banana bread, sliced to reveal that it's packed with chocolate chips and walnuts
Bishop’s Orchards

GUILFORD, CT

Alethea’s | Buffalo New York is America’s Best Candy City

BUFFALO, NY

Bissinger’s

ST. LOUIS, MO

Leo’s Bagels

NEW YORK, NY

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