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Breaking News: City of Roses Becomes the City of Chocolate!

January 19th, 2016

Even if it is just for one weekend, thousands of people will gather in one place in Portland, Oregon to nibble, sip, taste, and feast on chocolate. The festival is appropriately named ChocolateFest, and we are proud to say that USA Today voted our festival as one of the top ten specialty food festivals in the country!

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Photo courtesy of chocolatefest.org

At this year’s event you will get the chance to taste chocolate prepared many different ways, and of course be able to purchase your favorites, watch presentations and demonstrations centered around chocolate and how it’s used, educate yourself on the truths behind chocolate from actual chocolatiers, and even have a little sip sip of some wine with your sweets — a perfect pairing. And remember, it’s not like you’re doing this for nothing. ChocolateFest is actually a fundraiser for the World Forestry Center. That’s pretty much the best excuse to eat as much chocolate as you can!

  • What: ChocolateFest
  • When: Friday January 22 (age 21+ only), Saturday January 23 and Sunday January 24 (all ages)
  • Where: Oregon Convention Center (Exhibit Hall A)
    777 NE MLK Jr. Blvd
    Portland, OR 97232
  • Price: $15 Adults, $13 Seniors (65+), $8 Student/Child, Under 5 years old is free
  • Tickets: Order advanced tickets online at: chocolatefest.org/ticketing
    Prices vary at the door. VIP tickets also available which include a lounge with free wine and cupcakes!
  • More info: chocolatefest.org

Don’t forget, if you’re still craving some sweets come join us on our Chocolate Decadence Walking Tour. A perfect gift for Valentine’s Day! The Chocolate Decadence walking tour is given year-round on Saturdays and Sundays at 3:30 PM. To purchase tickets, gift certificates, or for more information, visit portlandwalkingtours.com or call 503-774-4522.

This event was featured on the Big Red Arrow Hot Sheet! Check it out to find more fun things to do in Portland!


Article by Adriana Bordea

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