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Exclusive Chocolate Tour of San Francisco for Yale Alums - SOLD OUT

Join fellow alums on this walking tour of SF's finest chocolate! Tickets are 50% off for Yale alums and their families / friends.


Chocolate Tour of San Francisco

The good life abounds in the Bay area, San Francisco is a heavenly haven of culinary quality, and the dazzling variety of chocolatiers downtown is no exception. Come with us then, on the Chocolate Tour of San Francisco, and experience the wonders of the dark stuff, from abstract artisanal chocolate bars to dairy & gluten free superfood truffles, from Japanese ganache delicacies to Swiss Fleur de Sel caramels - we're taking chocolate to a whole new level, and simply insist you join us on this irresistibly delightful journey into everyone's favorite treat, Chocolate. Chocoholics everywhere will love the Chocolate Tour of San Francisco! Prepare to Yum!!

  • Neighborhood Union Square & Soma
  • Food is included 8 tastings on the go (sidewalk tastings, or done inside the establishments)
  • Capacity 20 people
  • Dress It's a walking tour, so wear comfortable shoes and clothing
  • Weather Tour takes place rain or shine
  • Duration - 2 hours (approx.)
  • Meeting Point - In front of Fog City News, 455 Market Street, San Francisco, CA94105
  • Price - $25 for non-members, $20 for members, $22 for Young Alum non-members
Chocolate Tour of San Francisco Itinerary
  • Fog City News We haven't come across a more diverse chocolate collection in the city
  • See's Candies American made chocolates since 1921, their homemade quality and friendly service is renowned across the land
  • Spicely Organic Spices John & Clara search this beautiful world's pristine and exotic locations to bring home the widest range of flavors for lovers of gourmet food, and their tea infused chocolates are a craze in the making
  • Ghirardelli's Incorporated in 1852, and the second oldest chocolate company in the United States, we couldn't skip this San Francisco institution
  • Minamoto Kitchoan Japanese-style sweets for tea ceremonies, or “Wagashi”, brought to you from the rich traditions and beauty of Japanese culture
  • Leonidas Open since 1913, Belgian pralines are still the rage at this historic chocolatier
  • Teuscher Chocolate Swiss chocolatier with a wide-ranging selection of truffles, pralines, and marzipan
  • CocoaBella Featuring the highest quality, best tasting chocolates from makers in Belgium, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Canada and the United States - this place is the chocolate bomb

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