Warm Up With Gourmet Hot Cocoa At One Of These Local Favorites
Hot Cocoa Local Hot Spots
Warm up with some hot chocolate this winter with a visit to one of these local favorite hot spots.
Toast in Birmingham and Ferndale offers up two varieties of cocoa. Campfire hot chocolate has fire-kissed marshmallows and chocolate chips. Their Unicorn hot chocolate is a white hot chocolate with whipped cream, sprinkles, rainbow cotton candy, and magic!
Five15 for those that want their hot cocoa with a twist. This Royal Oak location puts a spin on their cocoa with peppermint, salted caramel, orange or even peanut butter.
Stop in at Avalon International Breads Detroit Flagship Cafe and enjoy a delicious cup of traditionally made hot chocolate, made with chocolate and steamed milk, with a delicious pastry.
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At Oloman Cafe they make their smooth hot chocolate with Ghiradelli chocolate. Enjoy it topped with whip and a chocolate drizzle.
The City Bakery may have started in NYC, but lucky for us they decided to open one more location right here in Detroit at the Fisher Building. Be sure to order your hot chocolate with a big fluffy homemade marshmallow.
At Cafe Muse in Royal Oak they serve Ghirardelli hot chocolate topped with freshly made whip creme plus a week special that includes a shot of Bailey’s for 21+ adults, of course.
Be sure to try the Mexican hot chocolate at Urban Bean Co. flavored with banana and coconut.