Downtown Bethlehem Chocolate Trail to take place on February 8th

Chocolate Trail PosterBETHLEHEM, PA January 28, 2014- The Downtown Bethlehem Association is proud to announce the decadent Downtown Chocolate Trail is returning to Bethlehem on Saturday, February 8th from 1pm-5pm. The event is expected to sell out of all 250 passports, so buy yours today.

A $20 passport will allow you to take the Chocolate Trail to 23 different stops! Local restaurants and retailers will feature a chocolate treat for trail-goers.

The current list of participating locations includes:

Apollo Grill, Back Door Bakeshop, Bethlehem Brew Works, Blink 27 Salon, Brownstone Design, Chocolate Lab, Franklin Hill Vineyards, The Gem Shop, Girlfriends Boutique, Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center, Historic Hotel Bethlehem, Intrigued Salon, Krisann Albanese Massage Therapist, McCarthy’s Restaurant, Moravian Book Shop, Musselman Jewelers, Ruby’s Floral Factory, Seasons Oil and Vinegar Taproom, Stations Café, Steel Beam Refineries, Sugar Babe Cupcakes, The Paisley Sun, Twisted Olive.

Also during the Chocolate Trail: In celebration of Valentine’s Day, multiple downtown businesses will be participating in a “Week of Romance,” featuring specials for sweethearts, all week long. The Chocolate Trail will kick off the Week of Romance on February 8th, and business specials will run through February 15th. Whether you are looking for a unique gift for that special someone, treating yourself, or looking for a unique shopping and dining experience for you and your sweetie, Downtown Bethlehem is your one-stop shop for your romance needs! Stay tuned for a complete list of specials!

Here are some details of the event:

Name of event: Downtown Bethlehem Association Chocolate Trail

Passports MUST be purchased in advance, by calling Emily Gerber at 610-739-1273

Date/Time: Saturday, February 8, 2014, 1pm-5pm (* Passport purchasers will pick up their passports at the Historic Hotel Bethlehem Terrace Lobby between 11am and 1:30PM on February 8th).



Contact: Kara Johnson, VP Urban Opportunities
Downtown Bethlehem Association
610-739-1775 | gro.rebmahcyellavhgihelnull@jarak

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