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Where to Buy Crafty Chocolates in Montreal For Easter 2020

Local chocolatiers have mostly closed their doors, but their online stores are still open for business

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With Easter approaching and much of the city closed down, it might seem like stocking up on mass-produced chocolate eggs from pharmacies and supermarkets is the simplest option.

But, those who want something classier or who just don’t want to support Big Chocolate have options. While most of the city’s independent chocolate shops are closed to the public, a good number of them are still offering pick-up options or delivery (free delivery, in several cases). Here are a few to consider.

Looking for other Easter-season sweets? Consider checking out some bakeries, too: here’s a guide to which ones are still open.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Chocolaterie Bonneau

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69 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 1T1, Canada
(514) 419-7892
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You could play it normal and buy a chocolate bunny, or you can go for a chocolate lobster or frog from this charming chocolatier on Fleury. Bonneau also does tasty pastries — delivery is free in Ahuntsic.

2. Avanaa

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309 Rue Gounod, Montréal
QC H2R 1B2, Canada
(438) 388-0200
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One of Montreal’s newest bean-to-bar chocolatiers, Avanaa is crafting bars from various origins, including a few flavoured bars that are worth trying, like coconut and coffee flavours. The store is currently closed, but delivery is free on the island of Montreal from Avanaa’s online store.

3. État de Choc

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6466 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2S 3C4, Canada
(514) 657-6466
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Montreal’s bean-to-bar chocolate scene (chocolate made from scratch with raw cacao beans) has exploded within recent years, and État de Choc is a fine reflection of this. Its Little Italy store is closed to the public, but online orders are still available (although possibly not for long due to heavy volumes).

4. Noir Chocolat

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4475 Rue Marquette, Montréal
QC H2J 3X9, Canada
(514) 659-6647
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This all-chocolate bakeshop on the Plateau has plenty of cocoa-laden treats like signature croque-mous, a homemade take on Turtles with walnuts, caramel, and chocolate. For Easter, various non-baked treats like eggs are on offer — purchase them online and get them delivered or pick-up in store.

5. Les Chocolats de Chloé

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546 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2L 1A9, Canada
(514) 849-5550
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Les Chocolats de Chloé does everything from homemade chocolate bars to truffles with unique flavours like tonka bean and peppercorn. Its store on Duluth is closed, but free delivery is available while stocks last.

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6. Qantu

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2000 Rue Notre-Dame Est local 217, Montréal
QC H2K 2N3, Canada
(514) 923-2109
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This Centre-Sud bean-to-bar maker is sticking to chocolate bars right now — and if you’re OK with it not being in an egg shape, it’s some damn fine dark chocolate. At the time of writing, there’s free delivery for orders over $50 with the code “HOPE” in Qantu’s online store.

7. Chocolats Privilège (multiple locations)

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1225 Rue de Condé, Montréal
QC H3K 2E4, Canada
(514) 935-8887
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With locations across Montreal, including stores at both Jean Talon and Atwater markets, Chocolats Privilège make handcrafted truffles, pralines, and caramels, and crafty eggs in all sorts of kid-friendly shapes. Order online for delivery or pick them up (with an advance order) from several locations around the city.

8. Lecavalier Petrone

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1977 Rue Centre suite 100, Montréal
QC H3K 1J1, Canada
(514) 448-4014
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Aesthetically speaking, Lecavalier Petrone probably offers the prettiest chocolates in town, with creations daubed and speckled in all manner of colours. But they’re more than just a pretty thing to look at: Flavours are intriguing and on point, with combinations like sea buckthorn and caramelized white chocolate, or blackberry with Tasmanian pepper. Order online for delivery, or pick them up in Pointe-St-Charles.

9. Chocolat Boréal

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4995 A Rue Angers, Montréal
QC H4E 3Z6, Canada
(514) 766-2208
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This Verdun chocolatier has quite the array of splendidly-crafted and very detailed chocolate animals, in both milk and dark varieties. Orders must be in by late on April 6, but delivery across Quebec is free for orders over $50. Alternatively, its chocolates are for sale at a number of other spots around the city.

1. Chocolaterie Bonneau

69 Rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T1, Canada

You could play it normal and buy a chocolate bunny, or you can go for a chocolate lobster or frog from this charming chocolatier on Fleury. Bonneau also does tasty pastries — delivery is free in Ahuntsic.

69 Rue Fleury O, Montréal
QC H3L 1T1, Canada

2. Avanaa

309 Rue Gounod, Montréal, QC H2R 1B2, Canada

One of Montreal’s newest bean-to-bar chocolatiers, Avanaa is crafting bars from various origins, including a few flavoured bars that are worth trying, like coconut and coffee flavours. The store is currently closed, but delivery is free on the island of Montreal from Avanaa’s online store.

309 Rue Gounod, Montréal
QC H2R 1B2, Canada

3. État de Choc

6466 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2S 3C4, Canada

Montreal’s bean-to-bar chocolate scene (chocolate made from scratch with raw cacao beans) has exploded within recent years, and État de Choc is a fine reflection of this. Its Little Italy store is closed to the public, but online orders are still available (although possibly not for long due to heavy volumes).

6466 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2S 3C4, Canada

4. Noir Chocolat

4475 Rue Marquette, Montréal, QC H2J 3X9, Canada

This all-chocolate bakeshop on the Plateau has plenty of cocoa-laden treats like signature croque-mous, a homemade take on Turtles with walnuts, caramel, and chocolate. For Easter, various non-baked treats like eggs are on offer — purchase them online and get them delivered or pick-up in store.

4475 Rue Marquette, Montréal
QC H2J 3X9, Canada

5. Les Chocolats de Chloé

546 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal, QC H2L 1A9, Canada
Ice cream sandwiches
Les Chocolats de Chloé/Facebook

Les Chocolats de Chloé does everything from homemade chocolate bars to truffles with unique flavours like tonka bean and peppercorn. Its store on Duluth is closed, but free delivery is available while stocks last.

546 Avenue Duluth E, Montréal
QC H2L 1A9, Canada

6. Qantu

2000 Rue Notre-Dame Est local 217, Montréal, QC H2K 2N3, Canada

This Centre-Sud bean-to-bar maker is sticking to chocolate bars right now — and if you’re OK with it not being in an egg shape, it’s some damn fine dark chocolate. At the time of writing, there’s free delivery for orders over $50 with the code “HOPE” in Qantu’s online store.

2000 Rue Notre-Dame Est local 217, Montréal
QC H2K 2N3, Canada

7. Chocolats Privilège (multiple locations)

1225 Rue de Condé, Montréal, QC H3K 2E4, Canada

With locations across Montreal, including stores at both Jean Talon and Atwater markets, Chocolats Privilège make handcrafted truffles, pralines, and caramels, and crafty eggs in all sorts of kid-friendly shapes. Order online for delivery or pick them up (with an advance order) from several locations around the city.

1225 Rue de Condé, Montréal
QC H3K 2E4, Canada

8. Lecavalier Petrone

1977 Rue Centre suite 100, Montréal, QC H3K 1J1, Canada

Aesthetically speaking, Lecavalier Petrone probably offers the prettiest chocolates in town, with creations daubed and speckled in all manner of colours. But they’re more than just a pretty thing to look at: Flavours are intriguing and on point, with combinations like sea buckthorn and caramelized white chocolate, or blackberry with Tasmanian pepper. Order online for delivery, or pick them up in Pointe-St-Charles.

1977 Rue Centre suite 100, Montréal
QC H3K 1J1, Canada

9. Chocolat Boréal

4995 A Rue Angers, Montréal, QC H4E 3Z6, Canada

This Verdun chocolatier has quite the array of splendidly-crafted and very detailed chocolate animals, in both milk and dark varieties. Orders must be in by late on April 6, but delivery across Quebec is free for orders over $50. Alternatively, its chocolates are for sale at a number of other spots around the city.

4995 A Rue Angers, Montréal
QC H4E 3Z6, Canada

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