Last time on The Hot Chocolate Adventure Tamara Green explained why she has taken to the streets of Port Perry to find the number one hot chocolate! And made her first stop at the Durham Homestyle Gourmet.
Now we find our hero awing at... a dusting of fresh snow glittered off all the trees in Palmer Park as I passed, on my way to my next Hot Chocolate destination, The Pantry Shelf. This cute little shop on Water Street, has relaxing jazz music streaming outside there doors so you can sit out front sipping your Hot Chocolate while listening to the jazz. Inside it's equal as tranquil, with beautiful decorum. While I waited for the waitress to serve the one other early morning customer before me, I stood at the country "drinking in" the home style feel and studying there menu. Two dollars for a hot chocolate it said. Yet when I received my warm hot chocolate topped with the optional whip cream I was in for a surprise. It didn't cost $2 but $1.75! Now that's the kind of price shock I like!
I thanked the waitress, turned around and took a few steps toward the door and then she asked me "You don't want a lid for that?" Oops! I hadn't received a lid so I assumed maybe they had run out. She kindly directed me to the table set up beside the cooler that had the lids, straws, napkins, and sweeteners. Terrific! Now I had my lid snapped on and was ready to try out this promising hot chocolate.
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