The Best Chocolate Shops in Portland, Oregon

Article by Lost Plate Food Tours

Published on January 19, 2020

Portland is a haven for chocolate lovers! With its creative food culture, Portland boasts some of the finest artisan chocolate makers in the Pacific Northwest. From sustainably-sourced ingredients to innovative flavor combinations, these chocolatiers offer something special for every palate. All made with care by Portland locals, you’ll love the chocolate choices at these chocolate shops.

Updated March 2023

Woodblock Chocolate

Woodblock Chocolate is a family-run, bean-to-bar chocolate maker, which means the Chocolate here is absolutely phenomenal. That’s what you get when an entire value-chain is internalized with extreme care. Make sure to visit the Woodblock Manufactory where you can actually see the chocolate making process. But best part of their space is the Bons Amis Wine Bar located inside. What’s better than a chocolate and wine tasting?! Details and location here

Roste Chocolate House

Roste Chocolate (pronounced roast) creates hand-crafted bean-to-bar chocolate using sustainably grown beans. At their café in Portland’s Pearl District, you can try chocolate, baked goods, and coffee creations. But make sure you do not miss their sipping chocolate. It’s warm, rich, and out of this world tasty. If you want to see their entire chocolate making process, contact them for a tour. Details here.

Creo Chocolate

Another bean to bar spot in Portland! Creo only works with rural, small, multi-generational family farms in the tropics to obtain their cocoa beans. They roast, crack, winnow, grind, temper, mold, and package small batches of chocolate in their factory and tasting room to create the freshest, most flavorful chocolate around. Swing by, grab a chocolate bar, or even take a tour of their facilities and make your own bar! Details here.

Ranger Chocolate

If you want to try chocolate with a side of coffee, then head to Ranger Chocolate. Their café serves amazing coffee and fresh baked goods in a relaxing and beautiful space . But if you’re looking for something special, you can work with them to create your own chocolate bar during a workshop. Whether eating chocolate in their café, or making your own chocolate bar, Ranger will definitely satisfy your chocolate craving. Details here

Missionary Chocolates

If you’re vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, or soy-free, meet your new favorite place: Missionary Chocolate! Missionary is founded by a Naturopathic Physician who started out making chocolate for her vegan mother and then soon won first place at the Northwest Chocolate Festival. These chocolates are quite literally what the doctor ordered! Details here.

Bees and Beans

At Bees and Beans, all chocolate bars are made using locally sourced ingredients of the finest quality. Created by a former pastry chef, the candy bars here are amazing, unique, and truly local. The storefront is currently closed, but you can contact them with a chocolate order, or find a local retailer that sells their delicious goods. Details here

Azar Indulgences

Christine Azar launched Azar Indulgences in 2015 to share her love of Lebanese chocolate with fellow Portlanders, and her goods are absolutely not to be missed. With a family tradition dating back over a century, Azar specializes in handcrafted, artisan chocolates from Lebanon using high quality, ethically-sourced ingredients. There’s chocolate for everyone here, including vegan, gluten free, and dairy free individuals. Details here.

Verdun Chocolate

Verdun is a gourmet chocolate shop whipping up low sugar, preservative-free fine chocolates. The founder, Mahmoud Hamoush, has over 40 years experience perfecting his chocolate, making these chocolates absolutely divine. Visit their shop in the Pearl District to pick up a gift box or try some of their gourmet chocolate for yourself. Details here.

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