'The Atelier' - Chocolate Lab Gallery...
Located in the Metro Vancouver, BC area, 'The Atelier' - Chocolate Lab Gallery - is a factory retail outlet / presentation space for our brand and its products. Visitors can experience something that is reminiscent of a boutique winery — The Chocolate Lab Gallery retail area is connected to our Cocoa Bean-To-Bar Chocolate-Making Lab offering a firsthand look at how premium vintage cocoa bean-to-bar chocolate is crafted in micro-batches. 'The Atelier' does not serve sandwiches, and/or any other food-service–type products. We specialize in one thing and one thing only: Chocolate made from cocoa bean-to-bar! As a result, we can provide our 'out-of-this-world' chocolate products at highly competitive pricing. Our non-traditional store location and limited opening hours allow us to offer great pricing and rebates for our one-of-a-kind range of world-acclaimed chocolates and desserts!
Location: Unit 2145 - 12191 Hammersmith Way, Richmond, BC
Summer Hours: The Atelier is open Saturdays from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM & Sundays from 12:00 to 4:00 PM
Special Closure: Sunday August 20th, 2017 - We will be at the Sharing Farm Garlic Festival in Terra Nova, Richmond.
Ordering & Pickup: Available 'By Appointment' Monday to Friday
Ordering: Perishable items such as cakes are exclusively made to order and can only be purchased via our online Virtual Boutique. Orders must be placed with minimum 24 hours notice depending on product. On days that the retail store is not open, special pickup arrangements can be made via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604-765-9507.
Wild Sweets® By Dominique & Cindy Duby 'The Atelier' Chocolate Lab Gallery minimalist setting - 12' high ceiling, white walls and white floating shelves - is similar to that of an art gallery where our cocoArt and other products are the only point of focus.
Visiting Vancouver, BC?
The Atelier is only 28 minutes away from Downtown Vancouver by car! We're also located close to historical Steveston fishing village, an attraction in the Lower Mainland.