FrontRunners: More than Marshmallows

  • Photo by Quentin Bertoux
    Jean-Paul Hévin Chocolate Bar beverages Photo by Quentin Bertoux

    The menu of hot-chocolate selections changes hourly and ranges widely at the Chocolate Bar (www.jphevin.com), which Parisian chocolatier Jean-Paul Hévin has opened above his rue Saint-Honoré chocolate shop. Along with straightforward versions of the treat and selections made from single-origin cocoas from Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador, the Chocolate Bar offers an ever-changing assortment from noon to 6 pm daily that features more exotic ingredients.

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