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The 9 Best Chocolate Shops Near Fremont, Seattle

Updated: April 28, 2021

Looking for the best Chocolate in Fremont? We did the heavy lifting for you by assessing all the top review sites to find the 10 best Chocolate spots in Fremont. Find everything you need to know about the best Chocolate restaurants below.

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Sea Wolf Bakers

Seattle, Fremont
Google: 4.8
Yelp: 4.5

The Barrel Thief

American · $14 avg. main dish
Seattle, Fremont
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.0

Midnight Cookie

American · $3 avg. main dish
Seattle, Fremont
Google: 4.4
Yelp: 4.0

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Tres Lecheria

Spanish · $4 avg. main dish
Seattle, Wallingford
Google: 4.8
Yelp: 5.0

Caffe Umbria

Seattle, Westlake
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.5

Mighty-O Donuts

$4 avg. main dish
Seattle, Wallingford
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.5

Fuji Bakery

Seattle, West Queen Anne
Google: 4.7
Yelp: 4.5

Celine Patisserie

$10 avg. main dish
Seattle, Phinney Ridge
Google: 4.8
Yelp: 4.5

Nutty Squirrel Gelato - Phinney Ridge

Italian · $5 avg. main dish
Seattle, Phinney Ridge
Google: 4.7
Yelp: 4.5

How did these spots get chosen?

Finding the best Chocolate spots in Fremont can take way too long. We used our Feastfox magic powers to analyze 1095134 local restaurant reviews, Google and Yelp ratings for 10951 restaurants, and 1286 lists and articles from top sources like SeattleMet, Infatuation and Buzz Feed. The spots that made the cut have been featured in SeattleMet - The Best Restaurants in Wallingford Right Now, Infatuation - 15 Seattle Wine Bars That Don’t Suck and Buzz Feed - 14 Seattle Coffee Shops That Will Make You Feel Like A Local. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their available services, so you can stay safe on your terms. This content is not sponsored by any restaurant or party, the restaurants shown are the real deal. Chocolate connoisseurs and amateurs alike are bound to enjoy this list of the best Seattle Chocolate.

Factoids about Chocolate

  • Hungry for chocolate spread?

    In 2020, Andre Ortolf became the world-record holder for the most chocolate spreadeaten after eating 15 ounces in one sitting. This took place in Augsburg, Germany.

  • A historical dish

    Joseph Fry is widely recognized as the first person to ever make the now-famous chocolate bar.

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