San Francisco's top 3 choices for Easter chocolate

There are few better reasons to eat chocolate than Easter weekend. And if you're still hunting for a bunny, a basket or some edible eggs that will please kids and adults alike, we've got you covered.

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top three options for premium Easter candy in San Francisco, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce. While none of these choices come cheap, if you check in next Monday, the shops may have sweetened the deal on left-behind bunnies.


1. Chocolate Covered




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First up is Noe Valley's Chocolate Covered, located at 4069 24th St. (between Castro and Noe streets), which has 4.5 stars out of 280 reviews on Yelp. With over 900 kinds of chocolate from 19 different countries, you'll be able to find something here even for the most discerning chocolate lovers.

2. Miette




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Miette, a candy store in Hayes Valley, is another go-to, with four stars out of 684 Yelp reviews. Head over to 449 Octavia St. (between Linden and Hayes streets) to pick up a pre-made Easter basket, Easter bunny or pastel-colored candy eggs.

3. Poco Dolce Chocolates




Photo: Poco Dolce Chocolates/Yelp

Finally, there's Poco Dolce Chocolates, a Dogpatch favorite with 4.5 stars out of 90 reviews. Stop by 2421 Third St. (between 20th and 22nd streets) to hit up this chocolatier if you're in search of a truly giant chocolate Easter bunny, some realistic-looking chocolate eggs, or one of its olive oil-flavored, regular-size chocolate Easter bunnies.
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