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Hotel Chocolat
141 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
Hotel Chocolat is chocolate heaven. Upon entering the store, you are greeted with a sample plate of deliciousMore chocolates, most favorably the Hazelnut Cup. In addition to selling delicious treats, Hotel Chocolat also offers "tastings," with three tasting room options: the purely chocolate experience, chocolate and wine and now a chocolate and chili adventure. For chocolate lovers everywhere, this is the place to spend any part of your day.
Godiva Chocolatier
800 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199
The dipped strawberries at Godiva Chocolatier in the Shops at the Prudential Center are very popular and are made freshMore every day. They're just one of many delectable treats in which chocolate-lovers can indulge. Try Godiva's signature truffles or caramel pecan brownies in the store or choose from a wide selection of boxed assortments to take home.  Gift baskets and gift "towers" (stacked boxes of chocolates) are available for any occasion, including seasonal celebrations.
Truffles Fine Confections
100 Huntington Ave, Boston, MA 02116
Truffles Fine Confections is a well-established family-run company that proclaims its product to be Boston'sMore "finest handmade chocolate." They are equally at home with elaborate orders (weddings, customized chocolate trays, corporate gifts) and simple walk-bys -- one large truffle is $3.00, a small truffle only $1.00. It also sells candy in bulk. Located in a small kiosk in Copley Place, in a sunny spot across the hall from a Starbucks. 
288 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02115
Pinkberry is a frozen yogurt franchise. Its flavors include mango, pomegranate, chocolate, blood orange and coconut, allMore of which can be topped with kiwi, brownies, chocolate Kisses, Oreos, berries or nuts. In addition to frozen yogurt, Pinkberry offers smoothies, fruit bowls and fruit parfaits. This location hosts in-store fundraisers, giving 20 percent of all proceeds to charity or a cause of its customers' choice. Catering services are available for certain events.
Max Brenner
745 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
Max Brenner is a chocolate shop and restaurant. The Boylston location offers a wide range of chocolate products,More including gifts, wedding favors and for special occasions and also offers dining service. Some menu items include oven roasted pizza, salads, dry rubbed chicken wings, chicken satay, spinach and artichoke fondue, penne alfredo, sesame salmon, veggie burger, skirt steak and much more.
Truffles Fine Confections
800 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199
It's hard to walk past Truffles Fine Confections in the Prudential Center and not be tempted to step inside.  TheMore colorful variety of sweet, delicious treats easily awakens the kid in all of us, especially when you see someone behind the counter happily stirring a pot of melted chocolate.  Dipped fruit is one of its most popular items.  "Turtles," chocolate covered nut clusters, are also a favorite. Truffles, brownies, rice krispie treats, gourmet pretzels and jellybeans decorate the store as much as they tempt your sweet tooth.  Also available are sugar-free options and customizable gift baskets .
Quality Mart
21 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Quality Mart is a convenient store located on Massachusetts Avenue. The location offers a wide range of products,More including drinks, food and snacks. Some selections include ice cream, frozen treats, sodas, juice, iced tea, chocolates, candy, gum as well as lunch items and sandwiches. Call for details on pricing or for information on specialty products.
The Wine Cellar Restaurant
30 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
The Wine Cellar Restaurant is a European style eatery, It offers French and seafood specialties, including frenchMore onion soup, escargots, rack of lamb, lobster ravioli, pan seared chicken, grilled eggplant and more than 30 fondue selections, including oil, cheese and chocolate.
The Creperie on Newbury
261 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02116
The Creperie is a specialty restaurant which serves soups, salads and, of course, crepes. The entree crepes are freshlyMore prepared with ingredients such as roasted turkey, smoked salmon and seared scallops. Chocolate mousse, banana foster and other sweet crepes are also served, along with a selection of wine and cocktails. 
Marlboro Market
45 Massachusetts Ave, Boston, MA 02115
Marlboro Market is a local grocery store and deli located on Massachusetts Avenue in Boston. The location is familyMore owned and offers a wide assortment of items, including drinks, food, groceries, sandwiches, drinks and beer. Some products include wine, paper towels, snacks, cereal, scratch tickets, chocolate syrup, sandwiches, pet food, toilet paper, candy and much more. It also offers fresh sandwiches. 
69 Church St, Boston, MA 02116
Erbaluce is an elegant Italian-style restaurant located in Boston's Back Bay. The restaurant offers an extensive wineMore list and a menu filled with all types of fish, seafood, poultry and other types of dishes. Some specialty items include rosemary cured organic salmon, Ciccatelle pasta, crab, steak, white bean dip, papardelle with porcini mushrooms, and dark chocolate and hazelnut truffle. The restaurant offers private rooms for parties and other events by request. Call the number provided or email the restaurant through its website to place a reservation.
Rebecca's Cafe
500 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116
Rebecca's Cafe aims to provide quick, fresh and delicious food made from scratch. Whether you're seeking a quiet spot toMore grab a quick bite, need food on the go or want to plan a catered event, Rebecca's is a capable option. Squeeze in a little extra work on your lunch break with free Wi-Fi. Savor soups, quiche, salads, chicken pamesan marinara, the buffalo chicken cheddar melt, pulled pork, baked chicken breasts, broccoli, mashed potatoes, rice, vegetable stir fry, carrot cake, pastries, chocolate mousse and mixed berry tea bread.
Sugar Heaven
669 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116

Have a craving for candy? Head down to Sugar Heaven on Boylston Street in Boston. Previously located on NewburyMore Street, Sugar Heaven has been at its new location since March, 2010.

Bright, colorful and with the distinct odor of delicious candy in the air, Sugar Heaven boasts two floors of sweets. The street-level floor  is covered wall-to-wall with sugar delights, with a variety of cotton candy and a Jolly Rancher conveyor belt, while the lower floor houses the "Ice Cream Factory," where customers can enjoy a scoop or pick from an extensive selection of hard-to-find imported chocolates.

Sugar Heaven also hosts birthday parties and many other special occasions.

Trident Booksellers & Cafe
338 Newbury St, Boston, MA 02115
Trident Booksellers & Cafe is a mom-and-pop shop that simply delivers great service, a humble, open, welcomingMore bookstore and cafe in hopes of that their perseverance and hard work would mean its customers would keep coming back. The cafe is a fully functional eat-in restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner and it is situated snugly inside the bookstore surrounded by shelves of books. Trident Booksellers & Cafe makes the perfect spot to study, or have a small meeting between a few people. There are many different kinds of books and there are many rare goodies one can buy such as organic chocolates. It also has a large collection of Moleskin Notebooks. Trident Booksellers & Cafe is located at the far end of Newbury at 338 Newbury Street.
Ben & Jerry's
800 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199
What started thirty years ago as a single tiny ice cream shop in Burlington, Vermont is now a household name. Known forMore their inventive flavors with quirky names, Ben & Jerry's can be found all over the country, including right here in Back Bay. Have a scoop of Bonaroo Buzz or their ever-popular Cherry Garcia. How about a cookies n' cream milkshake or a Berry Nice smoothie?  Ice cream can be served in a cup, cone, or waffle cone. They also have frozen lattes for coffee-lovers and delicious chocolate pretzels. 
Top of the Hub
800 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199

This restaurant offers perhaps the best view in Boston. Partnered with the Skywalk Observatory, Top of the Hub isMore located on the top floor of the Prudential Tower. Offering fine dining with an eclectic twist, dishes reflect a variety of influences including local, West Coast and Asian. 

Popular items from the chef's tasting menu include Crab Louis, foie gras torchon and pan seared scallops. The three-course prix fixe menu is another good choice and there is a dedicated menu for vegetarian and vegan diners. Don't forget to try one of the signature cocktails or delectable dessert like the Valrhona chocolate cake. 

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