Prepare to Eat Tons of Chocolate in Harvard Square This Weekend

Le Whif.
Le Whif.

Seems only right that the neighborhood that brought us the revolutionary Le Whif chocolate inhaler should host a free-for-all chocolate extravaganza. Dine blindfolded, engage in a chocolate treasure hunt, and even solve a murder mystery! It’s all on tap this weekend at the Second Annual Harvard Square Chocolate Festival.

Feast your eyes on highlights from the roster of chocolate-themed activities below. For more information, go here.

Friday, January 27
Dining in the Dark at Nubar
7:00 p.m.; $65 per person
Nubar, 16 Garden Street

Saturday, January 28
Harvard Square Chocolate Treasure Hunt
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Visit Deguglielmo Plaza (27 Brattle Street) to purchase a map for the Harvard Square Chocolate Treasure Hunt. All of the proceeds from the maps, on sale for $1 each, go to support the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter.

Harvard Square Chocolate Sampling Event
1:00 p.m-2:00 p.m.
Deguglielmo Plaza (27 Brattle Street) welcomes an array of chocolate delights from restaurants and shops throughout the neighborhood.

Russell House Tavern Art of Chocolate Tasting
3:00 p.m.; $25 per person
Russell House Tavern, 14 JFK Street

Fire + Ice Death by Chocolate Murder Mystery
7:00 p.m.; $49.95 per person
Fire + Ice, 50 Church Street

Sunday January 29
Harvard Square Chocolate Tour
11:00 a.m.; $48 per person

UpStairs on the Square Dining in the Dark
6:30 p.m.; $60 per person
UpStairs on the Square, 91 Winthrop Street

Prepare to Eat Tons of Chocolate in Harvard Square This Weekend