Rose Chocolatier owner Marguerite Rose McClay. Courtesy photo
Rose Chocolatier celebrates Small Business Saturday by offering free coffee and chocolate samples. They will contribute a box of truffles to the Grand Prize Giveaway. Your Personal Chocolatier, Marguerite Rose McClay, handcrafts all chocolates.
New offerings include gourmet hot cocoa and a variety of truffles such as raspberry frappe and Francgelico Liqueur. Inside seating is available for our Truffles & Tea for Two. Additional seasonal treats for parties or Christmas stocking stuffers include an assortment of nut brittles with more tasty surprises to come in December.
Enjoy your winter break with a cup of hot coffee, hot cocoa or tea while shopping in a quiet atmosphere for some sweet treats or art. Son-shine Art will have a display of hand-painted bird feeders, tea sets, scarves and ornaments available for purchase.
The Art Wall is another dimension to visiting the shop. From December through January, Lene Bryson and Sue Ellen Hains will share their fascination with the “Singing Expanses of Abstract Expressionism”. This work is a result of a two year art collaboration.
In tandem with the Art Center’s Affordable Art Show opening, Rose Chocolatier will be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6. The artists Bryson and Hains will be present throughout the day to talk about their work. As always with these art openings, Rose Chocolatier will provide free coffee and chocolate samples during the festivities.
In December you can take a break from the demands of holiday entertaining and let Rose prepare a dark chocolate mousse cup just for you.
FREE COFFEE FRIDAY runs through the month of December!
The kitchen is open for personal or group tours at all times at Rose Chocolatier, 991 Central Ave., next to the MVD. For more information, call 505.695.1156.
Winter business hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.