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The Best Stops for Hot Chocolate in Dallas

The decadent drinks add way more than marshmallows.
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Hot Chocolate
With winter on its way, it’s time to consume chocolate in the most delightful way possible: hot and steamy. So heat up your holidays with these decadent Dallas drinks.

La Duni
Known for mixing European traditions with Latin American flavors, La Duni offers two types of hot chocolate. The French version is made with melted Belgium chocolate, half-and-half, and whipped cream, while the Latin hot chocolate is melted Belgium chocolate blended with assorted cocoas, milk, and extra foam.

Chocolate Secrets
Head to this long-standing Oak Lawn spot for a variety of rich and creamy chocolate beverages, including dark chocolate, English toffee, Mexican spice, and peppermint hot chocolates.

Sablon Chocolate Lounge
This West Village lounge has a classic version of hot chocolate, of course, but if you’re feeling adventurous, consider flavors such as mint, hazelnut, caramel, marshmallow, strawberry, and Belgian chili.

It’s weirdly satisfying to watch Frosty sacrifice himself to the cause of a perfect hot chocolate, courtesy of Kate Weiser Chocolate.

Kate Weiser Chocolate
At Weiser’s Trinity Groves outpost, you can take a bit of the sweet stuff home. Pick up Carl the Snowman—a dark chocolate snowman filled with hot cocoa mix and mini marshmallows—then melt Carl in a pot of milk for a delicious cup of cocoa.

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