Bar & Bistro
Chocolate Bar & Bistro crafts exquisite confections + decadent cuisine.
We are a family business, offering custom chocolate, fresh groceries, and brunch every day. Check us out for gifts, mimosa kits, chile caramel cinnarolls, & so much more!
Featured twice on the Food Network, award-winning Chef William Gustwiller & his talented team are committed to complex flavors in elegant forms, with warm & friendly service.
Today, Eclipse Chocolate proudly presents nearly 100 different handcrafted confections, dozens of pastries, & a full-service restaurant menu featuring daily brunch & nightly dinner, as well as regular special events including Build-a-Bar Nights, Game Nights, & Supper Clubs.
Eclipse also offers its beautiful Umbral Room for private events of all kinds. Contact us about your next birthday, meetup, board meeting, & baby or bridal shower!
Fair Trade Certified + Sustainably Grown
All of our chocolate is crafted exclusively from Fair Trade Certified couverture, sourced through the Guittard family. Trusted organizations like Fair Trade USA and Rainforest Alliance carefully ensure that our chocolate is grown responsibly, purchased fairly, & that considerable resources are invested in farmer communities to promote literacy, gender equality, child welfare, & human rights.
As a family-owned company, we’re committed to honorable sourcing throughout our supply chain and do not tolerate illegal practices, including child labor or unsafe working conditions for any member of the farming family.
Our partners at Guittard travel regularly to cocoa producing countries to work with farmers, co-operatives, and suppliers on everything from improved planting material, crop diversification, and flavor analysis to better harvest and post-harvest handling, all of which optimize flavor, quality, and value. Through this important work, our chocolate community empowers farmers to invest in their families and farms—and grow their incomes.
Click here to learn more about our ethical chocolate. Find details about how the cocoa industry, NGOs, local governments, the US government, and nonprofit groups are partnering with small communities to reduce poverty and improve social and environmental conditions worldwide.