Chocolate, dinner, flowers, jewelry all say love
GENEVA – As Valentine’s Day approaches, the call for chocolates, dinners, flowers and jewelry mark Feb. 14 as a day for love and romance.
And downtown Geneva is the epicenter of all things for pitching woo to sweethearts.
At the All Chocolate Kitchen, 33. S. Third St., Geneva, chocolate is the thing for Valentine’s Day, Chef Alain Roby said.
“Because chocolate is a feel-good food,” Roby said. “It makes you feel happy. We have over 25 different flavors that we do for Valentine’s Day – truffles from dark to milk chocolate, from deep red to less red to pink to almost white.”
He also creates large solid chocolate heart with a little love bird in sugar on top.
“They can remove the bird or keep it and eat the chocolate,” Roby said. “It is a pure sugar memento.”