Friday, October 29, 2010

2010 Chocolate Show New York

 I am thrilled to announce that NYC, Style and a little Cannoli will be covering the 13th Annual 2010 Chocolate Show in New York City. I am so excited to be able to bring this to you and please if you are planning to be in the city around November 11th to the 14th..consider is the ultimate chocolate lovers experience!! 
Where: Metropolitan Pavilion
           125 West 18th Street (between 6th and 7th Avenues)  New York, NY 
            November 11th to the 14, 2010 

   Show Hours: Thursday, Friday & Sat., 10:00 am – 7:00 pm       Sunday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Tickets Available HERE
Adults (13 years and older): $28.00 per ticket (Advance Purchase) / $30.00 (At Door) 
Children (5 years to 12 years): Free with a 2 child per adult limit; each additional child is $8.00. 
Children (4 years and younger): Free
Ticket prices include all applicable taxes and service fees.


(culinary theater 1)
-Jansen Chan of Ocean demonstrating on Friday 11/12 at 3pm.
-Beth Kimmerle Friday at 4pm
-Martin Howard, Fun with Chocolatina, Friday at 5pm
-Nick Malgieri of the Institute of Culinary Education demonstrating and promoting his book Chocolate Eminence on Saturday 11/13 at 12pm.
-Lee Zalben of Peanut Butter & Co Sat at 1pm
-Francois Payard of Payard Sat at 2pm

-Jeff Shepherd of Lilliebelle Farms Sat at 6pm
-Joelle Mahoney of Chocolaterie Maya Sun at 12pm
-Colleen Grapes of The Harrison & The Red Cat demonstrating on Sunday 11/14 at 1pm.
-Zac Young of FLex Mussels and Top Chef: Just Desserts Sun at 2pm
-Matt Gennuso of Chez Pascal Sun at 3pm
(culinary theater 2)
-Donald Wressel of Guittard Chocolate Company Sat at 11:30am
-Joe Gabriel of Pluckemin Inn Sat at 12:30pm
-Billy's Bakery Saturday at 1:30pm

Some of the exhibitors who will be at the show are: 
Bonnat Chocolatier from Paris 
Barry Callebaut from Chicago, Illinois
Christophe Roussel from La Baule, France
Fika Choklad from New York, New York
Jacques Torres Chocolates from Brooklyn, New York
Mary's Chocolates from Tokyo, Japan
Peanut Butter and Company from New York, New York
Neuchatel Swiss Chocolates from Oxford, Pennsylvania 
Sweetriot from New York, New York 

About the Chocolate Show
Founded in 1997 by Sylvie Douce and François Jeantet, two French entrepreneurs with a great passion for chocolate, The Chocolate Show was quickly adopted by New York City as one of its favorite shows, and has become the largest and one of the most popular events devoted to chocolate in the United States. The New York Chocolate Show is one of many international Salon du Chocolat events produced annually by Sylvie Douce and François Jeantet. In 2010, shows will be presented in Paris, Tokyo and six cities in Japan, Shanghai, Madrid, Cairo and Moscow.

I am so excited to be attending this show as it is the most fabulous chocolates from all over the world. They are also famous for making clothes out of chocolate, what a treat to view such masterpieces!! Please stay tuned to this blog for coverage of the events on Saturday, November 13th. If you are traveling to the city during the show, many gifts make for great items to bring back home to family and friends...don't forget the holidays in December as well to do some early holiday shopping. 
Some clothes from the 2009 show via flickr member ccho 

the origin of chocolate shown at the 2009 show by flickr member ccho

Pure Dark from the West Village from the 2009 show via flickr member ccho

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Cafe Fashionista said...

Ohmigosh this event sounds positively scrummy!! :)

nycstylelittlecannoli said...

The Saturday line up sounds excellent...cannot wait for this show!! :)

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