The Original Boston Chocolate Tour has been featured on "Phantom Gourmet," "Chronicle" and "TV Diner." Each tour features a special "Character Chef" who theatrically imparts sweet wisdom while guiding guests on their flavor-filled journey.
Our first stop, Top of the Hub, sits 52 floors up in the Prudential Center in Back Bay. Here you’ll taste a “chocolate surprise” while you enjoy the captivating view of the city skyline. The featured dessert changes every week at this award-winning restaurant. Next up is the Omni Parker House Hotel, the oldest continually operated hotel in the U.S. Since the Boston Cream Pie was first made at the Omni, there’s no better place to try a unique presentation! However, make sure you save room for the last stop on the tour, The Langham Hotel’s Café Fleur. At this all-you-can-eat buffet, enjoy Bittersweet Chocolate Mousse, Italian cookies, Chocolate Croissant Bread Pudding, Chocolate Maple Pecan Tartlets, Dessert "Sushi", Five Spice Chocolate Soup, White Chocolate Pudding and other decadent desserts!
As the trolley travels between restaurant locations, Tour Conductors and the on-board Character Chefs will share mouth-watering chocolate-related trivia. The Chocolate Tour is great for visitors and residents alike, all you need is a sweet tooth!
Additional sweets and surprises provided by Beacon Hill Chocolates.