If there's something such as an all-season food, we'd all agree that it's got to be chocolate. There's no time or place to eat it, it's always there for you, and most importantly, it satisfies your deep cravings. If you're known in your circles for your sweet tooth, this is a tour with some of the best chocolate in Washington state that you wouldn't want to miss.
The city of Snohomish is hosting Chocolate Dipped on February 29, 2020. And it's exactly as delicious as it sounds.
You can check-in between 11.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. and you'll be given a map with locations all marked. This is your passport to your weekend candy.
For $30 per person, you can sample your way through the historic town's bakeries and local eateries that'll be dishing out classic foods with a chocolatey spin.
If you have a chocoholic best friend, you're in for a treat. You can get a $50 combo ticket that'll save you some bucks too.
A spokesperson for the event told Narcity that the county's local makers are busy cooking up a tempting menu.
There are over 20 stops you can make on your tour including Andy's Fish House, Z's Little Sweets, Double Barrel Wine Bar & Lounge, Grilla Bites, Looking Glass Coffee, Proper Joe Coffeehouse, Snohomish Bakery at First & Union, and Uptown Wine & Beer Bar.
To see the full list, visit their website so you and your friends can sketch out a game plan on how to best tackle this tasty tour.
Each location will have a surprise portion all ready for you — it could be bite-sized or packets full. You'll only know once you get there.
You'll also get a cute souvenir tote for anything you might buy along the way (be warned, there is an enormous number of cute boutiques) or to save your sweets for later.
Like we said, there's no better time like now (or this weekend) to indulge in bites of these handcrafted delicacies.
Chocolate-Dipped Snohomish 2020
Price: $30 per person for 20 stops
When: February 29, 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Address: Country Yarns, 119 Glen Ave. Snohomish, WA
Why You Need To Go: You can sample delicious chocolate items from over 20 spots across the historic town.