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Candy and chocolate

New York loves chocolate! Alongside the American chocolate brands, you will find in New York the most famous Belgian and French names. And don't forget to check out the incredible M&M's store...

Statue of Liberty M&M's
The statue of Liberty made with M&M's ! (Photo Didier Forray)

Black Hound New York

170 2nd Avenue
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Chocolat Moderne

Joan Coukos, Chocolatier & CEO of Chocolat Moderne, is a Native New Yorker. She has studied chocolate and confectionery arts with a coterie of world-class French, Belgian, American and Swiss chocolatiers in New York and at The World Pastry Forum in Las Vegas. She is also a member of the New York Women’s Culinary Alliance. Chocolat Moderne ships in the continental US and locally in Manhattan.
27 West 20th Street, Suite 904, 9th Floor
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Chocolate Bar

Godiva

Godiva Chocolatier was founded 80 years ago in Brussels, Belgium. Since its introduction to America in 1966, Godiva continues to be the leader in the premium confectionery category.
560 Lexington Avenue, between 50th et 51st Streets
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Hershey’s

The Hershey Company is the largest North American manufacturer of quality chocolate and sugar confectionery products.
1593 Broadway/48th Street
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Jacques Torres Chocolate

350 Hudson Street/King Street and 66 Water Street in Brooklyn
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Kee’s Chocolates

80 Thompson Street
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La Maison du chocolat

Robert Linxe opened his first Maison du Chocolat in 1977 at N°225, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, France. La Maison Du Chocolat now employs about 200 people throughout the world, 50 of them in production
1018 MAdison Avenue/79th Street
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Li-Lac Chocolates

Fine hand-made chocolates, confections and truffles using the highest quality ingredients
40 8th Avenue/Jane Street
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M&M’s World

Everybody knows those amazing candies ! Here is a huge store only for M&M's !
1600 Broadway/49th Street
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Make my cake

Full-services bakery specializing in wedding, special occaision, and birthday cakes.
121 Saint Nicholas Avenue/116th Street and 2380 Adam C. Powell Boulevard/139th Street
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MarieBelle

484 Broome Street
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Mondel Chocolates

2913 Broadway/114th Street
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Mrs. Fields

1 Herald Square/1293 Broadway and 625 8th Avenue South
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Neuhaus

The finest belgian chocolates from Belgium's Master-Chocolatier Neuhaus bring sheer delight to connoisseurs.
Grand Central Terminal, 2151 Broadway/75th Street and 569 Lexington Avenue
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Serendipity3

225 East 60th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue
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Sweet Life New York

The Sweet Life sells bulk candy, european candy, chocolate, nuts, dried fruit, sugarfree candy and gourmet gift baskets.
63 Hester Street
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Teuscher New York

620 5th Avenue, between 49th and 50th Street
5 Av/53 StShow on map

Three Tarts

The girls at Three Tarts are obsessed with the art of giving. Our colorful giftware and petite treats will put a smile on the face of your most jaded friend or grumpy relative.
164 Ninth Avenue/20th Street
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Varsano’s Chocolates

Varsano's Chocolates, located in New York's Greenwich Village, specializes in home made, hand dipped chocolates, including caramels, truffles, fruit centers and nut patties.
172 West 4th Street, between 6th and 7th Avenues
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Vosges Haut-chocolat

132 Spring Street, between Green Street and Wooster Street
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Williams Candy

For over 75 years, Williams Candy is located in the heart of Coney Island, next to the world famous Nathan's Hot Dogs. Williams Candy specializes in candy apples, popcorn, ice cream, cotton candy, marshmallow, lollipops and more... The candies are also available online !
1318 Surf Avenue, Brooklyn
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