Katherine Anne Confections has been creating local-focused sweets in Chicago since 2006. Their hand-dipped truffles, soft honey caramels, and pillowy marshmallows are ridiculously good, partially due to theie awesome ingredients. Cream is from a 500-cow herd of Jerseys in central Illinois, and local wildflower honey is used to replace corn syrup. If you haven't had hot chocolate from Katherine Anne's, you haven't had it at all. No matter if you choose a truffle, caramel or marshmallow, you are in for a delectable treat.No matter if you choose a truffle, caramel or marshmallow, you are in for a delectable treat.
This is an adorable chocolate cafe! A wide range of small chocolates as well as gelato, pastries, and specialty coffee drinks. This place is adorable! Friendly staff, clean atmosphere. Staff is very nice and friendly, it's a small store and seems to be busy all the time, with lots of tourists and regulars coming around. If you're visiting Chicago for the first time, this is definitely a place you should stop for a sweet treat!
A venerable Chicago institution known far and wide, Margie's Candies has delighted young and old with their homemade sundaes, shakes and hand-dipped candies for more than 90 years. It's such a cool spot! Like stepping back in time. Completely untouched by modern world. Go there with a few friends and split the Royal George Ala George. Besides being incredible, it's a great photo opportunity with the largest sundae ever.
The hot fudge sundae is far and away the most famous creation and for good reason: it's crack-tastic. As you walk in, the greeter hands you a sample piece of chocolate. It's a perfects place to get a little bit of sweetness. The sundaes here are also very delicious. They still have one of the best hot fudge sundaes around, and you get free chocolate for just walking in!