The Chocolate Cafe and Museum is a very tasty attraction on Put-in-Bay. Located about a mile from downtown Put-in-Bay on Catawba Avenue, The Chocolate Cafe satisfies every visitors sweet tooth.
The museum features exhibitions about the making of chocolate. One of America’s most beloved tastes, the art of chocolate making is still unknown to most. Start from the beginning with displays of antique memorabilia from the early days of chocolate making.
Legend has it that the type of chocolate we eat today was invented in London in 1657. Chocolate, however, has been beloved for over 2000 years, from when it was first grown in South and Central America.
The cafe side is where visitors can go to indulge in their love of this tasty treat with an extensive offering. They sell 32 flavors of the popular Toft’s ice cream along with pastries and cakes. Of course, there are plenty of chocolates to eat on-site or bring home with you for later. If you possess that sort of impulse control that is! They offer over 100 different types!
The Chocolate Cafe and Museum Offerings
- Meltaways & Truffles
- Turtles & Clusters
- Chocolate Covered Favorites
- Squares & Mints
- Solid Chocolate
Planning on starting your day at The Chocolate Cafe? They also offer hearty breakfast sandwiches, muffins, bagels, and more. As an extra special treat, they grind their coffee beans fresh each day. There is nothing more satisfying than a cup of piping hot coffee made fresh. Make it even better with a side of chocolate.
The Chocolate Cafe Location
The cafe is located beneath the popular Goat Soup and Whiskey. This fine dining establishment features outdoor gardens where they harvest fresh ingredients for their dishes. Known for their soups, cocktail menu, and fabulous perch tacos, this is the perfect spot for a special occasion.
Perry’s Cave and Family Fun Center is also located close by, as are the Put-in-Bay churches.