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Dallas by Chocolate is putting a lot of heart into its 2016 Valentine's Chocolate Tours.  The unique day and evening tours offer guests everything from a daytime luxury bus escape to some of the finest chocolate dessert locales in town…to an ultimate evening catered by a noted chef.  Onboard the bus, guests are treated to wine, soft drinks or water.  An expert tour guide talks about the history of chocolate, how chocolate is made, and gives away chocolate prizes in chocolate trivia contests. Founded in 2012, Dallas by Chocolate tours emphasize the fun in chocolate, especially around Valentine’s Day.  More than 5,000 people have taken the tours.

Valentine’s Weekend tours start at $39 for chocolate tours that last 3-3 ½ hours, and include a wide variety of memrable options for all budgets such as a wine tasting and dinner, followed by a comedy club show.  Price typically includes bus transportation, many samples and choice of wine, water or soft drinks.  The meeting location is typically in central Dallas and provided to tour guests after they reserve seats.

Valentine’s Weekend is just the beginning.  Dallas by Chocolate and Dallas Bites! savory tours are held all year long with such themes as Taste of the Bishop Arts District, Decadent Desserts, Dallas’ Best Tacos & Margaritas, and Dallas’ Best BBQ & Brewery tours.  Tours are perfect for individuals, groups, corporate team-building, friends and special occasions. Private tours can be arranged for groups.  Gift certificates may also be purchased on the website.

For more information, visit www.dallasbychocolate.com or www.dallasbitesfoodtours.com, contact Jeanine Stevens at 972-814-5997 or email dallasbychocolate@gmail.com

Passionate about all forms of chocolate since she was a little nib, Jeanine Stevens started Dallas by Chocolate taste tours in fall 2011, leading tours to Dallas’ most revered institutions for all things chocolate. Ms. Stevens spent years acquiring knowledge of where the best chocolate and specialty food emporiums are located. “Whenever I’d drive through various Dallas neighborhoods, I’d think of what bakeries and groceries were located nearby. So why not take others to my favorite spots? So many cupcakes, fudge pies, cake balls and truffles…so little time!” Growing up in Chicago, Jeanine enthusiastically ate her way through the Windy City. She was an Advertising Creative Director for many years in Dallas, authoring such concepts as the zany Pilgrim’s Pride, Bennigan’s Blarney Blast and humorous Doritos ads. She prefers anything covered in dark chocolate, including pizza. To book a Dallas by Chocolate taste tour or learn more about Dallas by Chocolate, visit www.DallasbyChocolate.com or Dallas Bites! at www.dallasbitesfoodtours.com. Or contact us at 972-442-6963 or tardam@aol.com. - Contact Jeanine at  
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