The 2010 Chocolate Show
New York, NY
The 13th Annual New York Chocolate Show, presented by Event International, is the largest show in the United States completely dedicated to celebrating all things chocolate. Considered the chocolate hub of North America, this show will bring together fine chocolate companies, who will present a diverse array of fine chocolates and chocolate-inspired products. This year’s Chocolate Show will also feature book signings by award-winning authors; cooking demonstrations in two culinary theaters, featuring renowned chocolatiers and pastry chefs who will share secrets of the trade; a Kids’ Zone, dedicated to fun-filled activities for young chocolate lovers; and more!
Thursday, November 11 • 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday, November 12 • 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 13 • 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday, November 14 • 10:00 am – 6:00 pm - TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR!
ADULTS: $28 (ADVANCE PURCHASE) / $30 (AT DOOR)
CHILDREN (5-12 YEARS OLD): Free with a two (2) child per adult limit. Each additional child is $8.00
CHILDREN (4 YEARS AND YOUNGER): Free
TICKETS FOR CHILDREN'S ADMISSION AVAILABLE AT DOOR.
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About the Chocolate Show
Founded in 1997 by Sylvie Douce and François Jeantet, two French entrepreneurs with a great passion for chocolate, The Chocolate Show was quickly adopted by New York City as one of its favorite shows, and has become the largest and one of the most popular events devoted to chocolate in the United States. The New York Chocolate Show is one of many international Salon du Chocolat events produced annually by Sylvie Douce and François Jeantet. In 2010, shows will be presented in Paris, Tokyo and six cities in Japan, Shanghai, Madrid, Cairo and Moscow.
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