Feeling loco for the cocoa? You’re in luck! October 28th marks National Chocolate Day, an easy excuse to indulge decadent delights all day long. Go ahead and treat yourself to these San Diego favorites for chocolate fanatics – you deserve this!Boasting a menu of fresh and sustainable local ingredients, Farmer’s Bottega is making a stir in Mission Hills as the hit farm-to-table dining destination. Start off your National Chocolate Day with a bite (or five) of their Molten Chocolate Cake, a warm and gooey cake topped in a thick and silky chocolate drizzle to quell your deepest chocolate cravings.Live the sweet life at Baked Bear, nestled among the stores at The Village at Pacific Highlands Ranch, a retail and lifestyle center and home to both gourmet and casual dining options as well as boutiques, health and wellness studios, and family amenities. This customized ice cream sandwich joint encourages you to sink your teeth into your unique flavor of frosty ice cream sandwiched between two warm and fresh-baked gooey cookies, fudgy brownies, or sweet donuts of your choosing, with chocolate, of course!If your sweet tooth simply can’t be satisfied, head over to Wood Ranch in Mission Valley for their family-style food and drink. For your chocolate celebration, order up the Oreo Cookie Crunch, vanilla bean ice cream rolled by hand in ground Oreo cookies and drizzled in warm caramel sauce and fudge. Ideal for sharing or for entering the oh-so-sweet sugar coma of post-dessert bliss, this dessert is not to be missed!Satisfy your sweet tooth with a sophisticated dining experience at Osetra Seafood & Steaks, San Diego’s premier fine dining destination. For the decadent dessert of your dreams, order the Flourless Dark Chocolate Cake, a gluten-free chocolate cake with a silky coating of chocolate glaze and a topping of fresh seasonal berries.You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy dessert. Nestled in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe, Nick & G’s welcomes families and friends alike to savor the tastiest Mediterranean dining around. Taste the sweeter side of life from their warm and inviting dining room or seated on their cozy outdoor patio with desserts such as the Black Forest Gateau, made with mascarpone, brandied cherries, silky chocolate ganache, and a dollop of vanilla whipped cream.Life is short – eat dessert first! Take National Chocolate Day seriously and treat yourself to the best chocolate desserts that San Diego has to offer.
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