I know I have not been on here for a while but between finals and starting summer classes my life has been very crazy. However I’m back and I’m trying to get in the groove of posting. Anyhow, Alex and I went out with two of our friends last night and went to The Chocolate Café. We’ve been here quite a few times and we have always had a great experience. The people workers are nice and the food is delicious. Every time we go I feel like I’m in a French café and I’m going to ride off into the sunset on a moped. The only downside is the food is seems pricey however it really isn’t that bad. Also most of it is stuff that I feel like do not possess the skills to make, and that’s when I tend to feel okay about spending a bit more money. Last night Alex and I shared the Chocolate Raspberry Torte and it was so good, like criminally good.
Chocolate Raspberry Torte
I feel like this isn’t a great review because describing something as criminally good isn’t such a great description. However almost all their stuff is amazing rich and velvety and great! I did say almost though. On one our trips there we did try the chocolate ravioli and it wasn’t so great, they were more like chocolate wantons and just pretty meh. So I’d skip those but go for anything else we’ve tried most of the menu and it’s great.
Also if it’s during the school year I would call and make a reservation just so you’re sure to have a seat. We have always just called the day of generally with in like 30-60 minutes of when we want to go, so it’s not a big deal just a good idea.
The Chocolate Cafe
102 W. Olive, Fort Collins, CO
My family isn’t big on birthday cake. I don’t think I’ve had a regular cake in at least 5 years. So this year for my sisters’ birthday we went to Indulge a local gem that focuses on Mediterranean desserts. Indulge’s selection of deserts is very large and seems to have something for any pallet. I don’t think I’ve found anything there that I don’t like. Though most of it is very very sweet (and by very very I mean you may need an insulin shot if you are not careful about the amount that you are eating) that being said there are a few items that are not so sweet specifically a sesame fudge. Other than sweets if you are into coffee Indulge is the place to go to try some different blends. The have a Turkish coffee with cardamom that is wonderful.
Every time I’ve I have been into Indulge they have not been very busy which is surprising because of how good their products are, their great customer service, and their yelp reviews, 4.5 stars overall. Indulge is on Oak Street next to Jay’s Bistro so while it’s not in the main downtown stretch isn’t not far and totally worth the walk over. The only gripe I have with Indulge is it is on the pricey side however I do not possess the skills or knowledge to make these deserts so I’m willing to pay more for the items but it is a place that I only go on date nights or birthdays or other special occasions.
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 11-8 and Friday-Saturday: 11-10
All pictures are from Yelp