Q&A: Where to Enjoy Hot Chocolate in Western MA
QUESTION AND ANSWERS
Where can a family enjoy a delicious mug of HOT CHOCOLATE following winter adventures ice skating, skiing, snowshoeing, sledding or just traveling around town? Share your favorite Western MA spot to stop with the kids for a warm mug of cocoa!
- Craig Fear recommends: “Cup & Top Cafe in Florence is a great family oriented place.”
- Sara Barry recommends: “Well, if we have snow, sometimes we like to bring the camp stove and melt snow to make cocoa. Not necessarily the best cocoa, but fun.”
- Jeff Winston recommends: “Haymarket (Northampton) is D-lish.”
- Meagheanne Donahue recommends: “Not sure if they still do it, but the Old Creamery (Cummington) used to make french hot chocolate that was to die for!!! Chocolate Springs in Lenox is great, too.”
- Stacy Calabretta recommends: “Yes! The Creamery does, indeed, still have the amazing hot chocolate! That and Woodstar (Northampton) are probably my top two. Chocolate Springs (Lenox) is so yummy too… Ok that’s my top three.”
- Cultural Pittsfield recommends: “Pancho’s in downtown Pittsfield serves MEXICAN hot chocolate. Delish!”
- Dawn Klein recommends: “Chocolate Springs in Lenox.”
- Kathleen Theoharides recommends: “The hot chocolate from Elmer’s in Ashfield is to die for.”
- Sabine N Merz recommends: ”Sip Coffee & Tea Bar (Northampton) has very good hot chocolate as well.”
- Carrie St John recommends: “Woodstar in Northampton.”
- Suzanne Crerar recommends: “Chocolate Springs in Lenox has hot chocolate to knock your socks off – just off the trails at Kennedy Park.”
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