Chocolate Walk features 32 stops

By on August 26, 2015

The Lititz Chocolate Walk, set for Oct. 11, is nearly sold out. Featured on the sweet-filled walking tour of Lititz are 32 stops, each with a special treat for those who attend.

At present, Chocolate Walk tickets are nearly sold out, and can only be purchased from Lititz retailers. A list of selling locations is available at and on the Lititz Chocolate Walk Facebook page.

Over the weeks leading up to Chocolate Walk, we’ll preview the route, the unique chocolate item available at each stop, if known, and the business hosting the chocolatier.


Stop #1

Wilbur Chocolate Candy Americana Candy Store

48 North Broad Street

Wilbur welcomes guests from all over the world. Walk in, take a deep breath, and listen to the curious sounds of the manufacturing plant located directly above the store. The Wilbur Chocolate Candy Store and Museum offers a friendly atmosphere that stirs delightful memories of yesteryear and puts a smile on visitors’ faces, young and old alike, as they watch candy still being handmade. Guests will find a large selection of Wilbur items &tstr; chocolate specialties, creamy homemade fudge, and many other confections.

Featured treat

Those guests who sport a 2015 Lititz Chocolate Walk button and get the #1 spot on their punch card marked, will be offered an absolutely scrumptious chocolate treat created especially for the Lititz Chocolate Walk by the Wilbur Chocolate candy makers.

Featured chocolatier: Kathy Blankenbiller

“I’m not a professional chocolatier,” Kathy insists. But she has been working with chocolate for over 35 years making delicious chocolate goodies and creating stunning edible chocolate scenes. Her use of chocolate as a medium for her artistic creations would rival anyone who claims to be a “professional chocolatier!” She enjoys sharing her secrets of her chocolate passion with kids of all ages.

Kathy, proud to be a part of the Cargill Cocoa and Chocolate Wilbur Chocolate staff, loves to create a very kid-friendly display that includes candy pieces that are “not only a feast for the tummy but a feast for the eyes as well.” This year she has created an edible, rotating carousel! Kathy is also a published author; her book, titled “Lititz,” made its debut in 2009.

Wilbur chocolatier Kathy Blankenbiller created this chocolate sculpture of Sven, a character from Disney’s “Frozen,” for last year’s Chocolate Walk. (LNP Photo)

Wilbur chocolatier Kathy Blankenbiller created this chocolate sculpture of Sven, a character from Disney’s “Frozen,” for last year’s Chocolate Walk. (LNP Photo)


Stop #2

Pork & Wally’s Eatery

56 North Broad Street

“Good food, good meat, good gosh almighty, let’s eat!” Pork & Wally’s Eatery brings classic down-home meals and soon-to-be-classics to downtown Lititz. Try their chicken cheddar apple melt or fried oyster po’ boy! And don’t forget about their roasted pulled pork sandwich, which is the house specialty! When you have a function that needs to be catered, Pork & Wally’s Eatery delivers an extensive catering menu for that family or business event.

Featured treat

After winning the Lititz Fire and Ice Chili Cook-off twice, Pork & Wally’s has prepared their now “Almost Famous Chili” for the 2015 Lititz Chocolate Walk.


Stop #3

Lititz Framing & Fine Arts

64 North Broad Street

Lititz Framing & Fine Arts features the Artists of Lititz Gallery which has works from over 40 local artists. Also available is digital printing and custom framing with hundreds of moldings to choose from. Lititz Framing & Fine Arts is also happy to help with your passport photos.

Featured chocolatier: Luther Acres

For the 2015 Lititz Chocolate Walk, Luther Acres’ dining staff presents their Gluten Free Chocolate Brownie Torte, which is a delicious double chocolate brownie torte made with Wilbur’s cocoa and semi-sweet chocolate chunks, topped with a Nutella butter cream and hazelnut praline.


Stop #4

Lititz House Bed and Breakfast

301 North Broad Street

This beautiful colonial revival home was built in 1904 and has the original, stunning chestnut woodwork and pocket doors that were common in turn of the century homes. It is centrally located in beautiful downtown Lititz, just three blocks north of Main Street. The entire house is decorated with warm colors, beautiful furnishings and cozy areas for relaxing. Whether traveling for business, a weekend getaway or an extended vacation, make the Lititz House Bed and Breakfast your home.

Featured chocolatier: Spence Candies

Spence Candies invites everyone to visit their retail shop and candy kitchen in historic Elizabethtown, where you can watch their candies being cooked, formed, and enrobed in chocolate. Spence Candies’ ever-expanding line of high-quality and award-winning confections includes their famous soft and buttery caramels, almond butter crunch, truffles, hand-cooked creams, peanut butter pretzels, cherry cordials, homemade marshmallow and caramallows, plus many more traditional and contemporary favorites, unique creations, and a large selection of sugar-free chocolates.

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