2019 Chocolate & Cheese Festival

Saturday, March 30, 2019 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday, March 31, 2019 - 10:00am to 5:00pm
The Natural History Museum of Utah | Rio Tinto Center | 301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City

Register for workshops below.

Chocolate and Cheese. Few foods have a history as rich or as complex. When you throw in amazing flavor, you have two of the most beloved tastes in all of history.

Explore everything both have to offer at the Chocolate & Cheese Festival on March 30 and 31. The Museum is hosting the best local producers and purveyors of chocolate and cheese in one of Utah's best food markets for this two-day extravaganza. 

If this is your first time, please note that the market is the main event of the festival. The workshops are an incredible extra we offer with the help of our generous partners. Museum admission is required in addition to workshop fees.

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Chocolate & Cheese Workshops

Click the buttons below to see and register for our popular Chocolate & Cheese Workshops on either Saturday or Sunday. These workshops tend to sell out in advance.  

 

Vendors

  • Alex Walton Chocolate Sculptor
  • Amano Chocolate
  • Amour Spreads
  • Beehive Cheese
  • Butchers Bunches  
  • Cache Toffee Collection
  • Caputo's
  • Chili Beak
  • Chocolot
  • Cupcakes by Kasthuri
  • Emmi Roth
  • Harmons 
  • Heber Valley Cheese
  • JulieAnn Caramels
  • Millcreek Cacao Roasters
  • Millcreek Coffee Roasters
  • Moles La Gran Fiesta
  • Paizlee's Meats
  • Queen Farina
  • Sartori
  • Sharlie's Treats 
  • Solstice Chocolate
  • Sugared Caramel Candy
  • The Cacao Bean Project
  • The Chocolate Conspiracy
  • Wasatch Organics/White Lake Farms 
  • We Olive

 


New this year, Harmons is hosting a Fermented Food Market on the fifth floor of the Museum during the Chocolate & Cheese Festival, adding to the wide range of flavors including makers of fine ginger beers, kombucha, pickles, goat cheese, coffee, and more.

  • Caffe Ibis
  • Cleveland Kraut
  • Garwood’s Ginger Beer
  • Valrhona
  • Sünnte
  • Harmons Artisan Breads
  • Harmons Specialty Cheese
  • Creminelli Fine Meats
  • St. Benoit Creamery & Laura Chenel
  • V Chocolates

Regular Museum admission required for the festival.
Workshops have additional fees.