Mother’s Day is right around the corner and once again family members will be scrambling to find the perfect gift to celebrate that special woman in their life. Chocolate paired with a little cheese, a little wine? Instant hit!
Dallas by Chocolate taste tours via private bus, the three and a half-hour long tours take guests to unique local venues, while tasting the best chocolate and other local food finds that Dallas has to offer. Dallas by Chocolate provides a wide array of delectable food tours both during the week and on the weekends. Price includes bus transportation, food, beverages on the bus (you can also bring your own) and tour guide. Gift certificates are available online atwww.dallasbychocolate.com.
Taste Tours for Mother’s Day weekend include:
Chocolate Memories for Mom Tour — Saturday, May 9 — 1 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. and Sunday, May 10, 2015 – 1 p.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Treat the moms in your life to a lovely afternoon of deliciousness from Village Baking Company, Kate Weiser Chocolate, CocoAndre Chocolatier, Dude Sweet Chocolate and Great One Cookie Company. The cost is $39 plus tax.
Enchanted Evening Winery, Chocolate, Cheese, Pizza and Jazz Tour — Saturday, May 9 — 5:30 – 10 p.m.
Paint the town burgundy by starting off at cozy Two Corks and a Bottle winery with a wine tasting, pizza, and pairing with chocolate and cheeseboard. Then indulge in chocolate at CocoAndre Chocolatier, Kate Weiser Chocolate and Dude, Sweet Chocolate. Finally, it’s off to Jazz and more good times at The Free Man in Deep Ellum. Leave the driving to us and have a fun evening adventure in the heart of Dallas! AND HEY, why not treat Mom? Price includes transportation via private bus, tour guide, many food samples and tantalizing beverages. Must be 21 or over and the cost is $58 plus tax.
Taste of the Bishop Arts Walking Food and Historical Tour — Sunday, May 10 — 1 p.m. to 4:40 p.m.
Discover the colorful past and restaurants/eateries of this unique and historical district including 5 cool spots like Dude, Sweet Chocolate, Veracruz Mesoamerican Café and Ten Bells Tavern. You’ll also learn about history of Oak Cliff and walk in the footsteps of Bonnie and Clyde, rekindle memories of Dallas’ busiest trolley stop and slip into the area’s many boutiques and galleries. Note: drinks are on your own. There is a minimum of people with a limit of 15 max. The cost is $45 plus tax.
Other tours on Mother’s Day Weekend include the Great Fort Worth/Grapevine Chocolate Tour, THE BACON TOUR, Dallas’ Best BBQ & Brewery Tour and more.
More tours are listed at www.dallasbychocolate.com.