5 Places Around the Main Line to Get Great Hot Chocolate
From traditional sips to decadent offerings, these are the perfect antidote to chilly weather.
When you’re looking for something just a little bit different, look no further than Café Lift Narberth. Its twist on the classic hot chocolate features a brûlée’d house-made maple marshmallow topping, proving this drink isn’t just for kids.
724 Montgomery Ave., Narberth.
Don’t let the name fool you—Gemelli Gelato is so much more than an ice cream joint. The West Chester establishment serves 100 percent homemade hot chocolate blends year round featuring flavors like Valrhona chocolate. Try the hot chocolate blend on its own or over homemade gelato like amaretto or Belgian cookie.
12 W. Market St., West Chester.
Green Engine Coffee
Green Engine Coffee sources top notch ingredients for its drinks, like the Spanish hot chocolate, made with Blanxart Chocolates from Barcelona. Thick, rich and decadent, this is one cup that’s sure to warm you up.
16 Haverford Station Road, Haverford.
Known for its seasonal and specialty coffee blends, Philter is also home to a craft drinking chocolate and a classic cup of hot cocoa, which are perfect for snowy days or a midday pick me up.
111 W. State St., Kennett Square.
Steel City Coffeehouse
Located in the heart of Phoenixville, Steel City is the perfect place to cozy up for the evening with a cup of hot chocolate and a side of live music. The staff sources ingredients locally and supports small businesses so you can enjoy your favorite winter drink knowing you’re supporting the community.
203 Bridge St., Phoenixville.