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Li-Lac Chocolate Store Opens on Bleecker

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Good news for all of you chocolate lovers! Oldest chocolate house in Manhattan,Li-Lac Chocolate, is opening a new location on 162 Bleecker Street. Close to its first original location when it was first opened in 1923.

Li-lac makes artisanal chocolate in small batches using original recipes, time-honored techniques, and quality ingredients. Every delicious item is made by hand, locally in New York City (Brooklyn).There are many different options available and plenty of delicious options for anyone’s taste. There are specially crafted chocolates for holidays including soon to come Halloween.

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Some of their most popular chocolates are Legendary Fudge and Fresh Marzipan Acorns. Opening party with ribbon cutting is on Saturday, October 3. You can meet master chocolatier Anwar Khoder and purchase chocolate for 23 cents a piece! Now that is a bargain.

Meant for fun for all ages there will be Oompa Loompa characters present for kids and wine pairings provided by Chelsea Wine Vault,for adults.

 

 

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Tijana Ibrahimovic

Former news anchor for Serbian National Channel RTV. Upon returning to New York, she set her goal on becoming a culture and entertainment broadcast journalist. Since, she covered red-carpets, film premiers and fashion shows for Elle Serbia, Jones Magazine, Fashion One, The Examiner, The Source, Style Music TV, Vigore! Magazine, The Stashed, The Sybarite, Fashion Reverie, The Knockturnal, Glammonitor  and Wannabe Magazine. Tijana conducted interviews with Oscar de la Renta, Betsey Johnson, Kelsey Grammar, Bette Midler, Debra Messing, Ashanti, Kelly Rutherford and many others. That is what led her to writing and producing videos to eventually forming Pop Style TV. “My intension is to investigate, bring the latest trends and introduce the industry’s rising stars from the local and international scene.” She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Theatre Management from Brooklyn College. 

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