Harvard Square’s Chocolate Festival – The Cure for the Winter Blues

Filed in Local Events, Things to Do by on January 28, 2011 0 Comments
Chocolate MMMMM!

Chocolate MMMMM!

Let’s face it even if you are an avid skier odds are even you are feeling a little trapped by the record amounts of snow we have received not just in the Boston and Cambridge area but all over Massachusetts.  Though many of us suffer from the winter blues they usually don’t set in until maybe late February or March.  Since we have been hit by so many storms already it may seem we are at the end of March but we’re not!

Can chocolate lift your spirits?  For me definitely at least for a little while.  The Taste of Chocolate and the Harvard Square Business Association are banking that many of us are up for a chocolate lift.  Starting today they are sponsoring events around Harvard Square all about Chocolate.  From a Scavenger Hunt to a performance of Death by Chocolate at the Mystery Cafe the theme is all about chocolate.  Here is what is planned based on the Harvard Square website:

Harvard Square’s finest restaurants and cafés will embark upon a three-day Chocolate extravaganza, sponsored by the Taste of Chocolate and the Harvard Square Business Association.

Events will include workshops, a Chocolate Scavenger Hunt, Dining in the Dark Chocolate Style, and Mystery Café’s Death by Chocolate. Harvard Square restaurants will feature chocolate appetizers, entrees, desserts, cocktails, cordials and nightcaps while Harvard Square retailers will dazzle you scrumptious chocolate specials and deals.  And, for you brave and hearty chocolate lovers, a tasty sampling of chocolate goodies from Harvard Square’s finest purveyors will be presented on Saturday from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. on Deguglielmo Plaza (in front of Crema Café) for all to enjoy!  Entertainment, prizes and more!

For even more details visit the official Harvard Square Chocolate Festival event page.

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