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$89 – Artisan Chocolate-Making Class for 2 at NY Times Pick

Tache Artisan Chocolate
Jennie Drygulski
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The Deal

Spend an afternoon making chocolate at Tache Artisan Chocolate, noted by The New York Times as "a most genteel chocolatier" with "elegant" sweets.

Why We Love It

  • Travelzoo members love it: it's "A wonderful and fun experience"
  • Tache Chocolate earns 4 stars on Yelp
  • Learn chocolate-making techniques using high quality chocolate
  • Owner Aditi Malhotra trained at the Glion Institute in Switzerland & the French Culinary Institute

Travelzoo Tip: View the current class schedule for Tache Artisan Chocolates.

What's Included

  • For $89, enroll in a chocolate-making class for two (reg. $150) with your choice of hot cocoa, coffee or tea each
  • For $99, get a chocolate bar or truffle making class for two (reg. $170) with glasses of bubbly
  • For $169, a party of four can sign up for the class with hot cocoa, coffee or tea (reg. $300)
  • 60-minute classes include all the chocolate you make and gift packaging

Vouchers can be redeemed immediately; valid daily during merchant's operating hours. View current class schedule at Reservations required; subject to availability. Call to make a reservation; reference voucher. Upon arrival, present printed voucher or display in Travelzoo mobile app. Tax, if applicable, and gratuity are not included. Please tip on the full value.

This is a date-specific event. All sales final and classes may not be rescheduled. No refunds or exchanges. Not valid after expiration date. Valid for two or four people, depending on voucher. Valid for ages 3 and up; children under 15 must be accompanied by a paying adult. Must be of legal age to consume alcohol. Not valid on additional products. Cannot combine with other offers. Must use in one visit.

41% off

$89 $150

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When You Can Go

Through March 31, 2017

91% (54 Member Ratings)

"Personalization Small group The lead instructor"
Myung Sok
Mar 10, 2017
NY, United States

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91% Positive
(54 Member Reviews)
Ratings & reviews reflect verified member feedback for Tache Artisan Chocolate over the past 15 months.
4.8 Quality of Service
4.5 Quality of Activity
4.2 Value for the Money
4.5 Ease of Booking
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Enjoyed Most
Nice staff and helpful.
Other Comments
It wasn't really a chocolate making class. The chocolate was already made and all we did is fill a piping bag of already made chocolate and made designs on a tray which were then put in a flash freezer. We had a few toppings, but not impressed. We also used molds, some ripped to add chocoate and then froze. We didn't really make chocolate. I wouldn't call it a chocolate making class
Nancy Mar 14, 2017 VA, United States
Enjoyed Most
Personalization Small group The lead instructor
Other Comments
Slight confusion on booking but it was later accommodated
Myung Sok Mar 10, 2017 NY, United States
Enjoyed Most
Very nice instructor. Very clean shop. Cute decor
Other Comments
Waited in cold due to private party in store. Hot chocolate was powdered and cool when we received it. Not worth $75 per peron.
Debra Mar 10, 2017 NJ, United States
Enjoyed Most
Jenny was very personable and helpful.
Other Comments
The "chocolate making" title is a little bit of an exaggeration: we took melted chocolate and made some shapes with it on a tray, added some crunchy bits. It was fun, and the chocolate was tasty, but this was very basic.
David Jan 31, 2017 NY, United States
Enjoyed Most
This was a gift for my teenage son and his girlfriend.
marina Jan 18, 2017 NY, United States
Enjoyed Most
We got to make lots of different things with the chocolate, chocolate disks, chocolate bars, molded chocolates. It was great to try different techniques, and our instructor was excellent.
Sue Jan 10, 2017 NY, United States
Enjoyed Most
The chocolate we got to workwith was good quality chocolate no doubt. But when you bring it home it is a lot of the same thing. There's only so many ways to vary with the ingredients they give. It would be nice to have a box instead of a bag for the chocolate because a lot of our bigger pieces broke before we got them home. Our class was supposed to have champagne and they didn't have any, though they did have red wine so we had that. You don't really learn much so it's more a workshop than class. I'd have preferred to come home with less chocolate and learn to make something more involved like truffles. The class was fun but there is definitely room to improve around edges.
eileen Jan 08, 2017
Enjoyed Most
The instructor was enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The chocolate was delicious.
Other Comments
I was disappointed that we did not receive everything the voucher indicated. At no point were we ever offered our choice of tea/coffee/hot chocolate, their was nothing beautiful about the packaging they provided (plastic bags with twist ties and a plan plastic shopping bag to put them all in), and no recipes were offered at the end of the class. In addition, I did not expect to have to pay an additional fee (tax?) when we arrived.
Kristin Dec 13, 2016 NJ, United States
Enjoyed Most
Licking the chocolate and the amazingly energetic and passionate teacher/owner. What a great time we had.
Other Comments
Very satisfied with our chocolate-making experience and went home with many goodies!
Diana Dec 08, 2016 AL, United States
Enjoyed Most
Friendly staff. Got to bring home everything we made. Though steamer was unavailable to make the hot chocolate we were promised in voucher, chocolatier went out of her way to make us cocoa without the usual steamed milk.
Other Comments
Arrived the day before Thanksgiving, 15 mins. early for scheduled class (confirmed via email). Found interior lights off, door locked, and sign saying Tache was closed for renovations. Only after pounding on door did Steve hear us (in basement), and let us in. He was not expecting us, the chocolatier was late, and everything got off to a rushed, harried start. Underwhelming experience. Used a piping bag filled with melted chocolate to fill molds and make our own creations on cookie sheets. No dark chocolates made, no truffles filled. If you have ever used a piping bag to apply icing to a baked good, you already know what you'll learn in this class.
Deneen Nov 28, 2016 NY, United States

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