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Feeling Cozy? These 8 Hot Chocolates Around DC Are Perfect for Sipping and Photographing

Go ahead and indulge in a liquid dessert. Photo via Instagram user @dc_mt

Skip the caffeine and opt for liquid dessert instead.

Co Co. Sala

Craving dessert? No problem @cocosaladc has got you covered w/ a full dessert menu. This was a dark ? cocoa served w/ a house made marshmallow. So Devine. ☕️??

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Mmm dark chocolate.


Add lavender for a twist.

Peregrine Espresso

Fancy hot chocolate on this brisk fall day

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The classic.

The Pretzel Bakery

Black Friday #treatyoself

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Hot chocolate + Nutella = a match made in heaven


What a perfect day for some @raresweetsforall hot cocoa! #madeindc #holiday #hotcocoa #CityCenterDC #RareSweets

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Marshmallow madness.

Pennsylvania 6

‪As the weather gets colder, cozy up by our beautiful candlelit fireplace with our $1 make your own hot cocoa‬

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The $1 DIY for the pickiest customer.

The Royal

Get a kick with jalapeño and cinnamon.

Bourbon Steak

Cozy up by the fire with a boozy version.

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Abbey joined Washingtonian in September 2017. A Miami University (Ohio, not Florida) alum, she called the Midwest home before moving to Vermont to report for the Burlington Free Press and to be closer to her one true love: Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Her work has also appeared in Cincinnati Magazine and USA Today. Abbey lives in Falls Church.