Did you know that Burlington is home to not one but two amazing Chocolatiers? A�
Not only does Burlington boast world-class Chocolatiers, but they’re home to some seriously chocolate obsessed business owners. A�From the sweet goodness of artisan food products to the indulgence of a chocolate spa treatment–there’s (almost) too many ways to indulge along theA�Burlington Chocolate Trail.
ThisA�self-guided trailA�speaks to the chocoholic in all of us with tastes and discounts along the way. The trail highlights local Chocolatiers and artisan food producers with a variety of chocolate treats, restaurants featuring decadent chocolate desserts and boutiques and spas to pamper yourself in chocolate treatments.
This year the chocolate trail is also featuring special prix fixe chocolate tasting menus at select Burlington restaurants. What could be better than a multi-course dinner with a focus on chocolate in each course?
FromA�March 13-19, get yourself to the Red Canoe Bistro for their chocolate tasting menu that is sure to take your chocolate obsession to the next level. A� Chef Tobias Pohl-Weary is getting creative with cocoa.
Choose five or seven courses that include creative concoctions like:A�Ever Spring Farm Duck Breast with Cocoa Nibb Chimmi Churri,A�Rising Star Farm Elk Braised in Ancho Chili and Dark Chocolate,A�Freshly Shucked Raspberry Point Oyster�s with aA�Dark Cocoa Vodka Mignonette… and more!A�
The decadence continues fromA�April 21-27A�at West Plains Bistro and then in the fall at the Queen�s Head Pub fromA�September 17-23A�and Test Kitchen fromA�November 12-18.A� For more information, menus and how to reserve your table, please visit theA�chocolate trail website.
Be sure to visit the factory open house at Walker�s Chocolates (Harvester Rd. location) onA�April 5 from 10am-3pm.
Burlington offers so much to see and do.A� Visit tourismburlington.comA�to find out more.