The temperatures are dropping, and Columbusites are looking for ways to warm up.
What better way than to grab a delicious cup of hot chocolate? Of course, you could go with the classic chains like Tim Hortons, Starbucks, or Panera and I certainly wouldn’t judge you. It happens! But if you’re looking for something a little more local, there are a lot of great options.
Forget that it’s cold and gray out and get your hands on something sweet and delicious.
Winans knows how to do chocolate right. That’s especially true when it comes to the liquid, hot variety. You can stop by any of their three Columbus locations any day of the week to get a cup of hot chocolate that will warm you right up.
The hot chocolate at Chocolate Cafe is arguably the best hot chocolate you will ever have. They have a huge variety, including Hot Chocolate, Dark Hot Chocolate, White Hot Chocolate, as well as specialty hot chocolates, including Cherry Jubilee, LaSalle Mint, Caramel, Mexican, Kaffee Wien, Peanut Butter, Nutella, Butterscotch. A cup of this creamy deliciousness will run you $3.50-$4.75 depending on the size and flavor you choose!
Fox In The Snow isn’t just one of those places you go to for the food and drinks. Obviously, their menu is delicious, but their vibe and ambiance are off the charts. If you’re looking for a way to spend a truly cozy morning, head to Fox In The Snow. Their hot chocolate will only leave your wallet $4 lighter unless you pair it with a yummy tart, muffin, biscuit, or any of the other completely amazing things they have on the menu.
Roosevelt Coffeehouse is my favorite place to grab both a cup of coffee and a hot chocolate. What can I say? Sometimes you need a jolt of caffeine but you still want to sip on a creamy, delightful cup of hot cocoa. If you’re craving duality, head to Roosevelt.
Originally published 11/14/17. Updated 11/8/19.
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