1 Señor Murphy’s
100 E. San Francisco St. (in La Fonda Hotel)
4250 Cerrillos Road?(in Santa Fe Place),
1904 Chamisa (factory location)
OK, we’ve established the importance of chocolate as a part of the diet. So when you’re not pretending that chocolate crème brûlée is the most vital way to meet your daily intake of calcium, when you’re being totally honest with yourself (I need chocolate now or I’m going to die!), it’s Señor Murphy that does the best job of supplying Santa Fe’s recommended daily intake of Vitamin Choc. When the levels of Vitamin Choc in our bloodstream get low, we go straight for the organic truffles. Each dark brown ball contains enough essential chocolate elements to last a week. (Although, who are we kidding? There’s five in a box and we can eat them faster than you can count them.) Dark chocolate nut bark, however, comes in some pretty large pieces. So when your doctor tells you to eat a little piece of chocolate every day because of its antioxidant properties, it’s probably fair to call that quarter-pound slab of chile pistachio bark one piece. As long as you finish it in one sitting!
2 The Chocolatesmith
1807-35 Second St.
3 Kakawa Chocolate House
1050 Paseo de Peralta
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