The Boston Hot Chocolate Experience Returns

The MET Restaurant Group brings back its widely popular hot chocolate experience and tableside s’mores to three locations with new flavors. 


Restauranteur Kathy Sidell’s award-winning MET Restaurant Group (MET Back Bay, Saltie Girl, MET Bar & Grill, and MET on Main) is bringing back its iconic “Boston Hot Chocolate Experience” just in time for the holiday season! Now synonymous with the colder months of New England, the Boston Hot Chocolate Experience is presented in a flight of four miniature glasses and hosts four distinct flavors for chocolate lovers including: classic hot chocolate, featuring vanilla chocolate, whipped cream, and mini toasted marshmallows; espresso with an almond biscotti garnish; caramel sea salt with whipped cream and caramel drizzle; and finally white chocolate peppermint hot chocolate featuring white chocolate, crushed peppermint stick, vanilla cream, and candy cane.

To elevate the experience this season, the team at MET Back Bay (only) has added tableside s’mores, letting guests toast and roast from the comforts of their own table with extra-large marshmallows, graham crackers, white chocolate, milk chocolate, and dark chocolate.

Each flavor can be upgraded to an “adult version” with additions like Bailey’s, Galliano Ristretto, caramel vodka, and peppermint liquor.  If hot cocoa lovers find that they are in the mood for just one, MET Restaurant Group has that covered. Customers can order any flavor as the “One Big One” presentation. The Boston Hot Chocolate Experience will be available beginning Friday, November 25, and will continue until February 14, 2018. For more information or to make a reservation visit or

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