The Big Chocolate Show in New York City

If you can’t get enough chocolate, the Big Chocolate Show has you covered. Now in its third year, this chocolate focused, annual expo offers over 50 exhibitors from Europe, North, and South America. It’s a truly epic celebration of everyone’s favorite decadent treat: chocolate.

The Big Chocolate Show runs from Friday, September 20th through Sunday, September 22nd. At the show, you’ll meet chocolate artisans, chefs, and experts from across the globe. This year’s show will be held at Resorts World Casino in Jamaica, NY.

You can attend demonstrations by award-winning pastry chefs. Enjoy guided tasting classes. Learn from experts about the chocolate making process. Even join workshops to see how to roast, crack, grind, temper, and mold amazing chocolates for yourself. And don’t forget to participate in The Big Chocolate Show’s FAVE awards and vote for your favorite brands, flavors, and textures.

Visit and old favorite’s booth or discover a new love. Either way, The Big Chocolate Show is one sweet trip.

For additional information, such as tickets, event times and a list of exhibitors, check out the event site here.

You can find our coverage of the 2018 show here.

And if you can never get enough chocolate, check out our post The Chocolate Addict’s Guide to New York City here.

Death By Chocolate: A Visit to The Big Chocolate Show in New York City

In the earliest days of our relationship, food was common ground. And Lynn was far and away the more experienced gastronome. She turned me on to Malaysian cuisine. She explained that the Chinese food I had been eating–and genuinely liked–was, in fact, American food, promptly taking me out for the real thing. Lynn even gave me my first bites of sushi (or should I say “attempted” bites, as I struggled mightily with chopsticks back then). There was one food, however, that needed no cross-cultural exchange, clarification, or introduction: chocolate. When it came to chocolate, we were on the same footing from the start. It’s the foodie version of a universal language, after all.

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