Stop by for a sweet or savory treat, a glass of wine, and so much more.

Chocolate will always be the centerpiece of our business. Our chocolate case is full of seasonal flavors and customer favorites for you to enjoy. Now we invite you to stay and savor the moment. Whether you're a fan of red, rosé or white, we can help pair our chocolates with wonderful wines.

On Friday and Saturday evenings, we heat the wood-fired oven to a piping hot 900 degrees and offer four seasonally-inspired pizzas. We make our dough, sauce, toppings, and sausage from scratch — and the results are delicious!

About once a month, we invite a guest chef to come prepare their signature cuisine in the wood-fired oven. We've welcomed some amazing chefs, including James Beard Award-nominated Rob Connoley, Thai chef and restaurant owner Joe Hatch-Surisook, and executive chef at Hot Indian restaurant, Janene Holig, among many others.  If you'd like to be added to our email list to be notified of guest chefs first, you can do so here.

 

 
 
 

Let us host your next event.

Looking for a quiet, inviting place for your next meeting? Our space is available for corporate parties and events, civic or book clubs, or special meetings.

Please call our shop at (651) 433-1400 or send us an email at deidre@stcroixchocolateco.com to learn more.

 
 

Marine on St. Croix is a little town alive with history and possibility.

Less than an hour from the Twin Cities, Marine is a bit of a secret that some folks would be just as happy to keep to themselves. But we think the village, with its Greek Revival buildings and scenic setting, is just too charming to overlook.

 

Marine’s connection to the past is strong, but it’s also experiencing a resurgence as a commercial center today.

You might not notice if you just fly by on Hwy 95, but Marine offers fun shopping, great places to eat, a full-service garage, and city parks (one with a settler’s log cabin and another with an adorable gazebo). William O’Brien State Park, with access to the beautiful St. Croix River, camping and miles of hiking and cross-country ski trails, is nearby.

You can stroll the wooden floorboards of the Marine General Store while you shop for great deli food. A few steps away, you'll walk past the 1880′s town hall, and over a little waterfall, on your way to the site of the state's first commercial sawmill.

Although we haven’t been around as long as “The General” or the storied town hall, at St. Croix Chocolate Company, we do craft our fine confections to stop time. Look for us on Judd Street (that's main street in Marine). Our iconic white building is one block north of the General Store. Or ask anyone you see in town and they’ll point you in the right direction.