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A Snickers bar and a Coke would be an odd, out of place even, accompaniment to enjoying a relaxing seat in the lush, historic lobby of the Paul Brown building. Fortunately, connected to that lobby, chocolate aficionados can find a more apt taste of toothsome delights. Behind the glass cases in Cafe Cioccolato, in a rainbow of browns and reds and yellows and whites, sit rows of decadent little treasures brought over from the continent, each one labeled with its region of export. Try a French caramel or a Swiss truffle or taste a Belgian Neuhaus creation made from only pure cocoa butter. Cioccolato also offers a few bites made in-house, such as their chocolate-covered caramel coins. The chocolatier sells espressos and hot chocolate in addition to their saccharine morsels, and their 5 p.m.-to-7 p.m. happy hour features beer, wine and liquor, and other specially prepared food. Patrons can sit in one of the cafés large, comfy chairs and taste a bit of sweetness from the Cocoa Belt.
This charming crêperie brings a little bit of Paris to downtown. Savory crêpes feature both the hearty ("German-style" sausages, bacon, roasted sirloin) and the delicate (Brie with roasted apples, egg with Gruyère). Fans of owner Dave Bailey's Lafayette Square hot spot Baileys' Chocolate Bar won't be surprised by the excellent sweet crêpes, from a simple lemon crêpe dusted with sugar to the indulgent "Peanut Butter Cup," which is even richer than its namesake. The menu also features soups, salads and sandwiches as well as Serendipity ice cream and Kaldi's coffee.
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