More Chocolate Walk stops revealed

By on September 23, 2015

The Lititz Chocolate Walk, set for Oct. 11, is completely sold out. Featured on the sweet-filled walking tour of Lititz are 32 stops, each with a special treat for those who attend. Those without tickets can still stop by and shop while others enjoy tasty treats.

Over the weeks leading up to Chocolate Walk, we’ll preview the route, the unique chocolate item available at each stop, if known, and the business hosting the chocolatier. Here are the next six stops:


Stop #23A and 23B

Linden Hall School for Girls – 212 E. Main St.

Founded in 1746, Linden Hall is the nation’s oldest independent, college preparatory day and boarding school for girls in grades 6-12. Linden Hall girls are involved in the Lititz community and on any given day can be seen frequenting the shops on Main Street.

Featured chocolatier #1:

Dove Chocolate Discoveries’ independent chocolatier, Nadia Krantz, will be on hand. Dove Chocolate Discoveries is backed by one of the world’s largest chocolate makers, MARS. From their cocoa rub, dressings and even barbecue sauce to chocolate-covered fruits and nuts, smoothies and martinis, there is something for everyone.

Feature chocolatier #2:

Wrappers 4 Life feature custom candy bar wrappers for any occasion. And what’s better than wrapping your sweet occasion around a chocolate bar? Specializing in custom wrappers for Wilbur Chocolate bars, they also offer Hershey bars and adorable Hershey nuggets with other chocolate bars available upon request. Previously known as Gail’s Sweet Creations, Wrappers 4 Life is a re-invented now non-profit business venture that donates 100 percent of its profits to charity.


Stop #24

The Moravian House Antiques

122 E. Main St.

The Moravian House Antiques stocks a delightful variety of vintage antiques, handcrafted furniture, folk art from local craftsmen as well as a plentiful selection of lighting, candles and many other country-style accents.

Featured chocolatier:

Anstine’s Homemade Candy, of York, &tstr; Annabelle Anstine began making chocolates, cakes, and pies in her kitchen using original family recipes and today, Anstine’s, York’s premier chocolatier since 1942, continues to create quality chocolates with no preservatives and only the finest ingredients.


Stop #25

Café Chocolate – 40 E. Main St.

There’s always something chocolate to delight you at Café Chocolate, where you will find an organic breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu offering savory entrees and of course, chocolate sweets. Café Chocolate has won the hearts of Lititz natives and visitors alike.

Featured treat:

This year, Cafe Chocolate has a special mini dark chocolate cupcake with espresso frosting drizzled in dark chocolate as well.


It’s hard not to “fall” for seasonal treats created by Lancaster’s Miesse Candies. Here, chocolatier Frank Taylor displays some of their 2004 autumn themed fare. (Photo by Marty  Heisey)

It’s hard not to “fall” for seasonal treats created by Lancaster’s Miesse Candies. Here, chocolatier Frank Taylor displays some of their 2004 autumn themed fare. (Photo by Marty Heisey)


Stop #26

Waltz Vineyards Estate Winery – 32 E. Main St.

Waltz Vineyards was established in 1997 by Jan and Kimberly Waltz. Situated on a beautiful hill in Manheim, this sixth-generation family farm boasts a unique micro-climate and world-class vineyard soils.

Featured chocolatier:

Miesse Candies was founded in Lancaster County in 1875. For more than 140 years they have remained dedicated to providing fresh, quality chocolates to their customers. Using all natural ingredients such as pure vanilla, real butter, and fresh cream, with no added preservatives, their rich chocolate is made with real cocoa butter unlike other confectionery-based chocolates. All of Miesse’s fruits and nuts are hand-dipped the old-fashioned way.


Stop #27

Zest! – 30 E. Main St.

At Zest! you will find bakeware, cookware, glassware, and gadgets galore. Zest! features April Cornell table linens as well as beautiful tablecloths from France. There are wine and cheese accessories and everything you need for your next cocktail party. In their pantry you will find local as well as global food specialties.

Featured chocolatier:

Evans Candy is a family owned and operated business that has been producing fine homemade chocolates for over 38 years. They offer incredible-tasting chocolates for unheard of prices and produce over 50 different kinds of chocolates, all of which are made and sold at their store. Once you get a taste of Evans chocolates, you won’t want to go anywhere else.

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