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North Carolina Festival Will Be Every Chocolate Lover's Dream

Chocolate is the one thing that bonds us together and what some of us go to as our comfort food because it's just that dang good. Sometimes we wish we could be emersed in a world of chocolate and this February, our dreams will finally  come true. This North Carolina festival will give you a sugar rush and a sense of complete happiness. 

The Carolina Chocolate Festival will be happening in Morehead City, North Carolina on Feb. 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Feb. 2 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. That is a lot of time to consume a lot of chocolate. 

There will be so many chocolate vendors you won't even know where to start. If you decide to stay all day at the festival, you'll have a chocolatey breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

A few treats that you can expect to see at the festival are chocolate bars, truffles, fudge, ice cream and many other of your favorite sweet indulgences. 

You'll be able to sample these items as well as purchase larger batches and quantities of it so you can take it home and have it for later. 

General admission is only $9 and this will get you into the festival and get you samples from the vendors. Along with that, there will be chocolate door prizes, a pudding eating contest every hour and you might even find a golden ticket during your visit. 

There are a few other exciting festivals coming to North Carolina this year including this massive grilled cheese festival in Raleigh and this pickle festival that will be every pickle lover's dream. 

Carolina Chocolate Festival 

Price: $9

When: February 1-2

Address: Crystal Coast Civic Center, Morehead, NC

Why You Need To Go: If you love chocolate, you'll want to be at this festival. There will be samples and vendors with amazing homemade goodies. 

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