Chocolate Factory

77 Brock Ave
Toronto, Ontario
M6K 2L3
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Wed-Thurs: 11-6
Fri-Sat: 11-7
Sun: 11-6

You can also order on our web shop. We will put together your beautiful chocolate ahead of time so you can swoop in and pick-up in person. Online order pick-ups: regular store hours and Tues (ring doorbell)

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The factory shop is a working chocolate factory, come on by and see, hear and smell chocolate being made. Where else can you shop and hang out in the middle of a working chocolate factory. There are very fun chocoolate tastings here, you can book individual spots or book a private tasting for your group.


A gorgeous sunlit space houses our brand spanking new chocolate factory and cafe boutique. Eat chocolate, participate in a tasting or just come bask in the sun (there's lot's of windows :) drinking hot chocolate with torched marshmallows. Be surrounded by the hums of the vintage chocolate machines making chocolate and the smells of cacao filling the air.

3 years ago David and I (hi there it's Cyn) bought a fix-me-upper bunker in Parkdale. After purchase and discovering almost everything structural was dangerously unstable, all the windows, 2 entire floors, exterior walls, roof and foundations were ripped out and rebuilt.

On the bright side the dream to design our own chocolate factory, from the dirt up has come true. After 3 years, with a combination of tears and rainbows finally opening up this very personal, beautiful space to you the beautifully curious chocolate community.

Cacao beans are made up of hundreds of different compounds so there’s a lot of science to delve into. In 20 years of handling these little guys we have built up a solid understanding of these precious beans and how to make them into chocolate. The factory is where the magic of chocolate making happens and where a variety of chocolate experiments are conducted. Visitors can watch the process unfold and sometimes if at the right moment taste chocolate before being released into the world.


  • Streetcar stops at Dundas/Brock and Queen/Brock.
  • You can lock your bike up to our iron fence in front. There are bike shares close by.
  • There is metered parking across the street and some parking spots at the back of our building down the driveway.