Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum, New York City
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Address: 348 Hudson St, New York, NY 10014, USA
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About Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum, New York City
Overview of Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum
Walking past the city of New York City, you will come across Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum. Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum is often skipped on the visit, owing to the plethora of other prime attractions of New York City.
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Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum is generally not available on the guided New York City tours, but there are plenty others that are worth visiting.
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Getting around Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum, New York City
The most preferred mode of transport is Train. The transit will take around 6 minutes, covering a distance of 2.6 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 3.Public Transport : Subway
Take a Subway. The total distance will be 2.96 Kilometre costing USD 3 and the duration of the trip will be 7 minutes.Taxi
It is recommended to take Taxi which will cost you roughly USD 17, taking around 4 minutes. The distance between the two points is 3.36 Kilometre.Towncar
Best transit method is Towncar. The distance is 3.36 Kilometre, costing around USD 10. The duration of the trip is 4 minutes.Walk
On foot. The distance is 3.86 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 46 minutes.Cycle
The most preferred mode of transport is Cycle. The transit will take around 24 minutes, covering a distance of 3.73 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 10.
The transit method is Subway to South Ferry, costing around USD 3. The duration of the trip is 11 minutes. From South Ferry, you can walk for 6 minutes to Battery Park. From Battery Park, take a Ferry to Liberty Island. The duration of this trip is 24 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of USD 19. The total distance is 9.67 Kilometre.Walk
On foot. The distance is 7.23 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 58 minutes.
Take a Subway. The total distance will be 7.53 Kilometre costing USD 3 and the duration of the trip will be 18 minutes.Public Transport : Bus
It is recommended to take Bus from New York, NY - Blades Downtown, which will cost you roughly flexible amount, taking around 30 minutes. The distance between the two points is 8.7 Kilometre.Taxi
Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 9.28 Kilometre, costing around USD 40. The duration of the trip is 8 minutes.Car
Suggested transit method is Car. The distance between the points being 9.28 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 8 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 1.Towncar
The most preferred mode of transport is Towncar. The transit will take around 8 minutes, covering a distance of 9.28 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 21.Cycle
Take a Cycle. The total distance will be 6.97 Kilometre costing USD 10 and the duration of the trip will be 37 minutes.
Choco Story Jacques Torres Chocolate Museum, New York City Reviews - Write a Review
The chocolate is good but i had one bad experience with the guy worker there. He was more into talking about other stuff with the girls then into helping me. He also jump and got scared because of my scarf that was real animal fur. He made a huge deal and made me feel uncomfortable. Never walking in here again
Great selection of chocolates and ice cream. Brought my toddler here because the Children's museum of art was closed and thought some ice cream might cheer her up. Place is empty in the middle of a Tuesday which is to be expected. Decor and displays were beautiful but the attitude from the associates were sorely lacking. As I tried to bring my toddler to the restroom, I'm guessing they were about to clean the second of two restrooms. One of the associates rudely yelled for us to go in the other one - the one that hadn't been cleaned yet. At first I hadn't known and didn't hear clearly, so she rudely yelled "on the right" in a very frustrated tone again from about 20 feet away. I confirmed to her that I had heard her and was going on in there. On our way out, as I was thanking the employees for allowing us to use the restroom out of politeness, I could overhear complaints from the staff about customers and their use of the restrooms. The associate who had yelled at us earlier was standing in front of the exit was now impatiently and scornfully directing us to leave, saying "this way" which we were doing anyway. I guess some people can't understand the concept of children taking longer than adults to walk and have low tolerance or understanding of quality customer service. On the bright side, the associate that sold us the scoop of ice cream was the least abrasive. Not exactly one to smile or seem happy to be working there but at least she acknowledged my capacity for manners in our transaction.
Besides the fact they have great chocolate if you do the chocolate experience class it's a lot of fun. You get to make bars, lollipops and clusters and it's a good time. Also, the museum is interesting and full of a lot of great info including a demonstration/tasting of the way Mayans made hot chocolate.
The tour is a self tour , which is good because you can take your time and look around at your pace. The demonstrations are nice and the staff is very knowledgeable. And last but not least the chocolate is soo delicious. Make sure to buy some on your way out. I need to go back for some more!
Great tasting cookies and chocolate treats! This store is also connected to a tiny museum that has lots of delicious chocolate samples to try. We even got to stop and talk to Jacques Torres himself who apparently frequently teaches the classes there. Very cool!