Calling all chocoholics! On Sunday, October 13th, Bondir in Cambridge is hosting a Chocolate Dinner from 6:30pm to 9:30pm in honor of the Fine Cacao and Chocolate Institute’s New England Chocolate Festival. You’ll get to try dishes that revolve entirely around Dominican cacao beans, with both sweet and savory goodies like turkey mole with pumpkin, and chocolate pot de crème with yuzu jelly. You’ll also have the chance to chat with the growers of the aforementioned beans and learn all about the growing process while you eat.
Dinner costs $101 per person — including food & gratuity — plus a processing fee, and you can choose to add on an additional beverage pairing for $48 (which includes wine and a specialty chocolate beer from Lamplighter Brewery). Check out the full menu below and get your tickets now to experience chocolate like you’ve never had it before.
Zorzal Cacao and Purple Corn Sourdough
Crumble of Nibs, Raspberry, and Bee Pollen, Nettle Cheese
Oko-Caribe Cacao Nibs
Squid Dashi Consommé
Buckwheat Chitarra, Sakura, Dulse, Fermented Chili
Khar-Caribe Taínos Collection 73.5%
Codman Farm Turkey Mole
Tomatillo, Amaranth, Pumpkin
Black Currant Sorbet
Cacao Mae Chocolate Pot de Crème
Zorzat Nib Sable, Yuzu Jelly