The Best & Must Go-To Places For Chocolate Lovers In El Paso
As a kid I loved chocolate. As an adult... I STILL love chocolate (as you can tell, nothing as changed). But what HAS changed is where to go FOR chocolate in El Paso. Sadly we've lost a few places, like Fudge N More in 2020. But there ARE places to enjoy the delicious taste of chocolates in & around El Paso.
If you're for straight chocolate shops in El Paso, aside from the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factories, we have Ixcacao, named after the Mayan Goddess of Chocolate who specialize in artisanal chocolate.
You can find Ixcacao located at 914 N Mesa, right next to the Monarch & Prickly Elder.
The other main chocolate shop in town is simply named... Chocolat', owned by Leigh Kersh. Chocolat is also located on the west side, 5860 N Mesa across the street from Charcoaler Burger.
Don't let the name, Coffee Emporium, fool you. Yes they have tons of coffee but they have gourmet chocolate products available. They're located at 5817 N Mesa.
You can always get your chocolate fill at a bakery; Marina's German Bakery has been around since the 50s & they're still open at 2033 Trawood Dr.
Another favorite is the French bakery Bella Cora. They have a west side location, 7500 N Mesa & a far east location: 1830 Joe Battle.
Another spot is the Home Sweets Home Made Desserts bakery in the Colony Cove at 7104 N Mesa.
I also couldn't leave out the fudge company founded in El Paso called Desert Outlaws LLC. They don't have a location but they have plenty of fudge & chocolate products on their website.
One more mention is The Chocolate Lady in Mesilla. NM. If you're in or around Las Cruces, this is one of the only chocolate shops in town so I wanted to make a mention. 2379 Calle De Guadalupe.
You can also enjoy plenty of chocolate at the Chocolate & Wine Affair happening February 2nd. All the information can be found right here.