92Y Presents



Sunday, May 7, 7 pm, tickets from $35


"All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt." -- Charles M. Schultz


A lot of chocolate in various forms, plus cheese and choc-tails are on the menu at 92Y’s annual Chocolate Fest on Sunday, May 7. New exhibitors and returning favorites will be on hand for an evening of award-winning bonbons, ice cream, origin chocolate, cheese and chocolate pairings and more, including the first New York City tasting of Bonnat’s Selva Maya chocolate. New participants and offerings are being added; below is the line-up to date:




Amazona Cocoa: freshly made (12 hour-old) chocolate straight from a melangeur, and tastings of Jouvay Chocolate, one of Grenada's new origin chocolate companies


Chocolate Fashionista by Drizzle: Chocolate-couture-on-a-stick


Ecuador’s Conexión Chocolate


Megan Giller, Chocolate Noise blogger and author of the upcoming

Bean-to-Bar Chocolate: America's Craft Chocolate Revolution: The Origins, the Makers, and the Mind-Blowing Flavors


Joys of Chocolate’s “personal chocolate shopper” Adrienne Hensen, with hard-to-find exotic chocolate from her recent travels


Truffle Shots: Ganache-in-a-glass; a 2016 International Chocolate Awards winner




The Atlantic Confectionery Company


France’s Bonnat: the first New York City public tasting of Selva Maya, a 75% dark bar made from rare cocoa grown in a UNESCO-designated biosphere reserve located in Southeastern Mexico.


Torino’s DeMartini Cioccolato: Pralina di Cavour made with the region’s Barolo wine


Chocolat Moderne with cheese partner Lucy's Whey


Laurie and Sons: Hand-made toffee


Liddabit Sweets


Marie Brizard: Choc-tails


Penny Lick Ice Cream: Blond chocolate praline cones, milk chocolate and mini fudge pops


Raaka Chocolate




Tumbador: hand-made dark, milk and white chocolate peanut butter cups