Prahran Market’s Wicked Chocolate Festival Is Back For 2017

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MELBOURNE | Prahran Market’s Wicked Chocolate Festival is back for 2017 and, as seems to be the case with these sorts of things, promises to be bigger and better than last year’s festival. This is one of those festivals that pretty much sells itself – on Sunday 7 May this year, visitors to Prahran Market will be able to see, taste, smell and enjoy everything chocolate. There will be activities that the whole family can enjoy like pedal powered smoothies and cooking demonstrations.

The star of the day is, of course, lots of chocolate, and many of the market’s stallholders (plus a few guests) will be creating special treats for the day. Just a few of the things you can enjoy include Nutella calzone from 400 Gradi, coffee & Pidapipo chocolate gelato affogatos from Market Lane Coffee, chocolate empanadas from El Alamo, and chocolate coated baklava from Sweet Greek.

And for those of you up for a challenge, the Weiss Chocolate Eating Challenge will also be returning to the festival. 500g of chocolate buttons, 2 minutes, 7 contestants. Are you game? To enter, simply e-mail your name, age and phone number to [email protected] before April 24. Contestants will be selected by ballot.

Wicked Chocolate Festival

When: Sun 7 May 2017, 10:00am to 4:00pm
Cost: Free entry
Where: Prahran Market. 163 Commercial Road, Prahran VIC 3000

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