More Sweetness

As if my breakfast wasn't sweet enough, I wanted to check out Hot Chocolate, a restaurant that is known for, you guessed it, hot chocolate.

It was an hour and half wait for a table and we were in a rush to get back to downtown to visit The Art Institute (must see!), so we decided to order our drinks to go.

I got a Mexican hot chocolate that consisted of 2/3 dark chocolate, 1/3 milk and cinnamon with a house made marshmallow.

The best hot chocolate. Oh yeah, and marshmallow.

The chocolate was a thick and rich syrup, that easily coats your mouth and throat. The cinnamon was an extra kick, that spiced up the chocolate flavors. So good. The marshmallow was extra soft and fluffy. I can easily eat 20 of those.

For $6(!), it's definitely a once-in-awhile luxury.

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