|Store Type |||Candy|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||From Eglinton or Eglinton West Station: 32A or 32B bus|
|Cross Street |||Avenue Rd. and Eglinton Ave.|
|Mon - Fri 10AM – 5:30PM, Sat 10AM - 5PM|
Profile Last Updated: March 06, 2008
There’s nothing ordinary about Chocolicks. They’re a chocolatier and bakery that’s built a fabulous candy world straight out of a child’s imagination. Ever fantasized about smashing a chocolate piñata? Wondered how chocolate-covered Chinese noodles tasted? Or thought a bouquet of chocolate flowers would be a great compromise? At Chocolicks you’ll see it true to life. The store is constantly letting its own imagination run wild, and it has enough fun-loving customers to keep it in business.
Livening up Parties, Igniting Romances, and More
Chocolicks makes its far-out creations and the old-school favourites site-by-side. Their store sells all sorts of cakes, cookies, truffles, brittles, and caramel treats. It’s really up to you how adventurous you want to get. They’ll gladly make a standard (but delicious) cake perfect for a birthday or wedding celebration. But what if you’re trying to keep a more youthful group entertained? Don’t despair. Chocolicks has the answer, and it’s—get this—a hollow chocolate cake filled with candies. If need be, they’ll even supply you with a rubber mallet and you can let your kids bash the heck out of it. Talk about a great party trick! And on the other hand, if you’re looking for something really, er, adult, they’ve got it as well. Ask them about their “erotic” line.
A Fun Company with Lots of Friends
While obviously lighthearted and fun-loving, Chocolicks is serious about pleasing its customers. It caters to all sorts of special events, and is sensitive to the needs of its business clients. If it’s corporate recognition you’re after, you can get great mileage out of their products. They’re happy to work within budgetary constraints if need be, which is a bonus. Chocolicks also supplies a number of other shops that have the same refreshing sense of humour they do when it comes to chocolate. And by the way, they’re charitable folks: they support both the Hospital for Sick Children, and the Starlight Children's Foundation Canada.