|The museum has three floors with galleries.|
|1st floor looking into gallery|
|View to 1st floor check in back|
Some people didn't get tickets to use for voting for their favorite chefs or art works (from the auction.) Some people got them but didn't know what to do with them. One chef didn't even know there was a competition. I think all this information could have been provided in the little brochure we were given on entry, which really only listed sponsors. If there had been more information about the event in there people would have read it and the sponsors would have gotten more attention, too.
There was also a dazzlingly intense, moist chocolate cake truffle from The Rail. I may have to go there just to check out the desserts sometime.
I have been to The Art of Chocolate the previous three years as part of my volunteer work at the Museum as a Docent so I always was there at closing. I'm very glad that Emilie and Derek were able to go and report on this event for 2014. I hope I'll be able to connect with each of the businesses who were there and perhaps feature their creations in future months here on The Chocolate Cult. There are still two more events in this Week of Chocolate (Posh Ganache and Chocolate Prom) so go check them out please.