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20 of the Best Chocolate Shops on Long Island

Cafe Chocolat

Cedarhurst

Sweets for breakfast (brownies, muffins, cinnamon buns), coffee and hot chocolate, holiday chocolates

Cafe Chocolat is the place to go for freshly baked pastries and morning coffee. But it’s far from your average cafe — it also sells delicious chocolates that can be gift wrapped for all occasions.

The Chocolate Duck

Farmingdale

Chocolates, hot cocoa bombs, cake, decorating supplies

The Chocolate Duck knows all about decorating its chocolates so they not only taste awesome but look awesome. It’s known for selling specialty cake-decorating and chocolate-molding supplies.

Hot cocoa bombs at The Chocolate Duck

The Chocolate Tree

West Hempstead

Kosher chocolates, gift baskets, other candy and gifts

At this one-stop shop for gifts for your valentine, customers can fill a gift basket with gourmet kosher chocolates or mix chocolates with other items, such as candies, nuts and dried fruits, and a selection of glass, metal, wood, and ceramic gifts.

Chocolate Works

Stony Brook, Huntington, Plainview, Bellmore

Molded chocolates, boxes of chocolates, workshops at chocolate fountain

Chocolate Works puts the chocolate-making in your hands. Use the huge chocolate fountain or choose from a variety of Belgian chocolate boxes and pre-made themed chocolates.

Chocology

Stony Brook

Boxes of chocolates, fudge, fondue kits, party favors

This family-owned business has won awards for its Fat-Ass Fudge. It also has lots of chocolate, as well as a Fondue For 2 bag with chocolate fondue, marshmallows, brownies, and other treats for chocolate dipping.

Emile’s Candies

Oceanside

Molded chocolates, boxes of chocolate

Emile’s Candies has been making its chocolate with German family recipes since 1953. Handmade on the premises with original machinery.

Milk Chocolate Heart Lollipop
Milk chocolate heart lollipops at Emile’s Candies

Godiva Chocolatier

Garden City, Huntington Station, Lake Grove

Chocolate bars, boxes of chocolates

Godiva is a familiar name because of its heart-shaped boxes of chocolate that appear in drugstores each year. But did you know Godiva has three LI stores? Go there for the 95-year-old, Belgian chocolate company’s best selection.

Grandma’s Candy Kitchen

Wantagh

Molded chocolates, melting wafers, decorating supplies

Grandma’s Candy Kitchen sells premade chocolates and chocolate wafers, which you can either melt and use as fondue for pretzels, strawberries, etc., or use with chocolate molds (which the shop also sells) to make shaped chocolates.

Hope’s Land of Candy

Island Park

Hot cocoa bombs, truffles, chocolate gift baskets, other candies and ice cream

Hope’s Land of Candy creates an old-timey atmosphere for families to enjoy while grabbing some candy, chocolates, or ice cream. It also sells chocolate bark, truffles, clusters, peanut butter cups, and more, plus gift baskets for every holiday.

Kerri’s Kandies Inc.

Coram

Chocolates, hot cocoa bombs, melting wafers, fudge, chocolate-covered fruit, edible cookie dough, decorating supplies

Kerri’s Candies has a wide array of Valentine’s Day treats, including the new, trendy hot cocoa bombs and edible cookie dough. The store also sells its signature edible bottles: Jack Daniel’s or Heineken “bottles” made entirely from sugar or chocolate.

Chocolate Jack Daniel's Bottle
Chocolate Jack Daniel’s bottle at Kerri’s Kandies Inc.

Kilwins Chocolates

Port Jefferson, Huntington, Babylon, Patchogue

Chocolates, toffee, caramels, truffles, fudge, caramel corn and brittle, ice cream

The Kilwins chocolate company, based in Michigan, debuted in 1947 and has locations from the Midwest to the East Coast, four right on Long Island. Their confections and ice cream are made fresh from original recipes.

Krisch’s

Massapequa

Molded chocolates, chocolate lollipops, ice cream sundaes

Krisch’s Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor celebrated its 100th anniversary last year. While known for its ice cream sundaes and diner food, the old-fashioned spot also sells chocolate, especially around holidays.

Lazar’s Chocolate

Greenvale, Great Neck

Boxes of chocolates, gift platters, chocolate bars, party favors

The Lazar family’s Swiss-style chocolates originated in Europe more than 70 years ago. Now, the fourth-generation chocolate makers sell out of two LI locations, with plenty of chocolatey goodness.

Chocolate covered pretzel platter at Lazar’s Chocolates

Lindt Chocolate Shop

Riverhead

Wrapped chocolates, boxes of chocolates, chocolate bars and sticks

At world-famous Lindt Tanger Outlets shop in Riverhead, you can mix and match your favorite flavor, spherical chocolates in a custom bag.

Love Lane Sweet Shoppe

Mattituck

Chocolates, other candy and gifts Love Lane Sweet Shoppe sells Godiva chocolates, candies, and an assortment of other custom gifts including pillows, platters, vases, and photo frames.

North Fork Chocolate Company

Aquebogue

Boxes of chocolates, chocolate bars, fudge, coffee, cakes and pies, ice cream, shakes

North Fork Chocolate Company has a wide array of sweet treats at its quaint and welcoming East End store, where chocolatiers homemake all their chocolate.

Sayville Chocolatier

Sayville

Chocolates, truffles, hot cocoa bombs, party favors, other candies

Sayville Chocolatier’s Belgian chocolates have been in the community for 40 years. It sells Valentine’s Day treats, plus fruits and pretzels dipped in chocolate.

Milk truffles at Sayville Chocolatier

Schwartz Candies

Carle Place

Molded chocolates, boxes of chocolates, chocolate bars, party favors and gifts

Schwartz Candies, founded in 1939 in Manhattan, now offers its variety of chocolates, candies, and gifts at its Long Island store.

Sugar Crazy

Plainview

Chocolates, cakes, other candies and gifts

Sugar Crazy is a wonderland for kids, with colorful candies, toys, and other treats. Other offerings include chocolate pizza, chocolate-dipped pretzels, and custom cakes.

Sugared Up!

Islip

Chocolates, truffles, shakes, other candies and gifts

Sugared Up has something for everyone’s sweet tooth, from fruity dummies to rich chocolate. The shop is self-serve, so you can fill your own bag of candy.

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