Chocolate Shops Guide

Jean Philippe Patisserie at Aria
Jean Philippe Patisserie
Location: Bellagio and Aria
For chocolates with a healthy dose of luxury and style, check out the Jean Philippe Patisserie locations at Bellagio or Aria. You can’t go wrong with either — the Aria shop has a larger dining area while the Bellagio patisserie features the world’s largest chocolate fountain.
• Great for late night snacks on weekends
• Signature French-inspired gourmet chocolates
• Pastries, crepes, salads and sandwiches served as well

Margarita Chocolates at JinJu
JinJu Chocolates
Location: Container Park (Downtown)
JinJu originally means “treasures” in Korean, and that’s exactly what chocolatier Jin Caldwell aims to create with her confections. Located on the second floor of the Downtown Container Park, JinJu Chocolates feature all-natural ingredients and colorful designs with a modern twist.
• One of exclusive suppliers of Fortunato No. 4 Peru chocolate
• Fortunato No. 4 made from rare Peruvian bean for intense flavor
• Unique products like chocolate jewelry and other novelties

Ethel M Chocolate Factory
Ethel M Chocolate Factory
Location: 2 Cactus Garden Drive, Henderson
Ethel M has been a staple in Southern Nevada since 1981, when Forrest Mars Sr. established his chocolate factory in Henderson. The factory now attracts thousands for its free tours and specialty chocolate lounge located on site.
• Liquor-filled morsels popular among 21+ visitors
• Free tours let guests see chocolate factory workers in action
• M&M World location on site sells other Mars products
• Outdoor cactus garden features 300 species of plants

Godiva chocolate-covered strawberries
Godiva Chocolatier
Location: Venetian, Fashion Show Mall, Town Sq., North Outlets
You don’t have to look far for Godiva Chocolates in Las Vegas. The Belgian chocolatier has become so popular to locals that four locations currently operate in the city. In addition to various chocolates, these boutiques serve ice cream and "Truffleatas."
• The chocolate-covered strawberries are a favorite
• Three shops on Las Vegas Boulevard convenient for Strip-goers
• Exclusive seasonal confections
• Wide selection of truffles with free samples

Bonbons at Jean-Marie Auboine
Jean-Marie Auboine Chocolatier
Location: 4780 W Harmon Ave., Las Vegas
Jean-Marie Auboine takes his role as a chocolatier seriously, offering hundreds of different types of handmade confections from his showroom. Operating from an old warehouse a mile west of the Strip, this hidden gem is worth finding especially for the salted caramel chocolates.
• Chef Auboine and Melissa Coppel make ingredients in house
• Salted chocolate caramels recognized by New York Times
• Monthly cooking workshops offered on site

Spiced truffles at Vosges
Vosges Haut Chocolat
Location: Forum Shops at Caesars
Vosges chocolates can be found in various shops across the country; however, serious fans can find a store devoted solely to the luxury dessert company at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. This company is famous for combining obscure ingredients such as spices, herbs, curries and flowers with its desserts.
• The signature bacon chocolate bar is a culinary highlight
• Truffle box allows the adventurous to test unique confections
• Friendly sales staff can explain the “story” behind each chocolate

Inside Hershey's Chocolate World
Hershey’s Chocolate World
Location: New York-New York
This two-story attraction is perfect for those who prefer classic Hershey’s products over fancy truffles and bonbons. Hershey’s Chocolate World is not only filled with products like Kisses, Reese's Pieces and Twizzlers, level one features a counter with freshly made cookies, fudge and other confections.
• Check out the massive chocolate Statue of Liberty
• There’s as much merchandise and souvenirs as chocolate
• Get your photo taken with costumed Hershey’s characters

Cake balls at Sweet Ruby Jane
Sweet Ruby Jane Confections
Location: 9550 S Eastern Ave #110, Las Vegas
This local shop champions its products as “handcrafted candy and confections with a retro flair.” That flair is apparent in everything from the colorful chocolate covered pretzels right down to the shop’s 60s-style interior design.
• Signature cookies, cake pops and “practically perfect pretzels”
• Mom & Pop store with family names given to each confection
• Great for birthday cakes and custom party treats
• Quiet off-Strip atmosphere

Lolypops at See's Candies
See’s Candies
Location: 4760 West Sahara Ave, Las Vegas
California-based See’s Candies has been a west coast favorite since the 1920s. Today, the popularity for this “old-fashioned confection business” is fully formed in Las Vegas, as there are four locations in the area. The store on Sahara is perhaps the best for selection.
• Tried and true old-fashioned confections do not disappoint
• Products also sold in Rio Suites, Circus Circus, Paris and Bally’s
• Large selection from established company