Chocoholics Unite: Int’l Chocolate Salon Returns To San Francisco
By Charly Kayle, Informer Media Group
Enter a room filled will with every choice imaginable of that cacao-infused elixir from the Gods known as CHOCOLATE…. dark, milk, organic, single origin, blended, nut-filled, fruit-flecked, truffled, brownied, liquified, etc.
Taste as much as your palate can handle.
Now … pair it with wine. Heaven just opened up the gates and ushered you in on a chocolate brown carpet!
The 11th annual International Chocolate Salon is back in San Francisco on Sat, March 18th, 10am – 5:30pm at the Hotel Kabuki in Japantown. Twice a year, local chocolatiers, confectioners and culinary artisans showcase their talents for you to savor… or devour.
Bonus: catch presentations from acclaimed chefs and authors. See the line-up here.
While the semi-annual event has been held at locations in Fort Mason in years’ past, Hotel Kabuki appears to be the new home for the party. Wine has not always been present, but one winery will offer tastings at the upcoming event. (Due to SF city laws, bottles are not allowed to be sold as they were at Fort Mason, which was Federal property and under different ordinances.)
International Chocolate Salon
Sat, March 18, 2017 – 10am-5:30pm
The Hotel Kabuki, lower Garden Level
1625 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115
Tickets: $25 in advance, $30 at the door, available here.
Children 6-12, $10. Children under 6, free*.
(*2 free per paying adult, extras $10 ea.)
Let’s get our chocolate on! For more information, visit sfchocolatesalon.com
Charly Kayle is a radio personality who has hosted morning shows across the country, and gorged on chocolate every step of the way. Based out of San Francisco, she enjoys covering food & beverage, animals, travel, entertainment and metaphysical interests.