Mar 12 2012
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Easter Candy for Adults

It’s been a hot second since I’ve talked about my beloved Ghyslain, a delicious little East Market café filled with chocolates, pastries, great food, and wine.  But you know I just can’t keep myself away from that place- it’s too good!  And the latest news has me wanting to hop on over there again for Easter to pick up one of these adorable chocolate confections:

Chocolate too gorgeous to eat. Well... maybe just a nibble.

From left to right:

  • A 7.5 inch hand-painted milk chocolate bunny ($25)
  • A 10 ounce hand-painted milk chocolate egg filled with six individual chocolate egg candies ($25)
  • Little hand-painted bunnies, each 5 inches tall and made with milk chocolate.  The different bunnies come in peanut butter and puff rice, strawberry, milk chocolate and toffee caramel.  ($12.50)

This is just a sample of their Easter selection, ranging in price from $1.85 to $42, available now through April 8th. And in my opinion this Easter chocolate should be enjoyed by those who can appreciate it most: adults! Kids you can have the jelly beans.

April also marks a special occasion for Ghyslain being it’s their one-year anniversary.  They are celebrating not only with free dessert for us but also by giving back to our community:

On Sunday, April 15, Ghyslain on Market will celebrate its one-year anniversary by hosting a supply drive for Mayor Greg Fischer’s Give a Day, a city-wide service initiative kicking off the Kentucky Derby Festival. In honor of the occasion, patrons will receive a complimentary Ghyslain Vanilla Crème Brûlée with purchase of entrée when they bring in a donation for St. Joseph Children’s Home. Suggested items for donation from the organization’s wish list include nightlights, beach towels, wrapping paper and gift bags, adult size socks and individually-sized snacks. The supply drive and free dessert offer will take place only at Ghyslain’s Louisville location.

721 E. Market St. Open 7 days a week, Monday through Sunday 7 am to 9 pm.

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