Texas Monthly ranked Tejas Chocolate Craftory at #6 on their top 50 list published in late May 2017.
The Tejas Chocolate Craftory is honored, humbled, and overwhelmed. And they are cooking all that they can, but the popular items are getting sold out sometimes before 3:00 PM. The Craftory no longer accept call in “to go” orders, in addition they must maintain the integrity of the line as a true first come, first serve operation. Please come, meet someone new while in line, and try to have some fun with it. Let them make it a barbecue party. Remember, standing in a line for good barbecue is as much Texan as family pictures in fields of bluebonnets, cheese enchiladas, and kicking armadillos.
How did you come up with chocolate & barbecue together at the same place is a question we get often. Friends, we just followed the path. We started a hobby at home making bean to bar chocolate. Sales went alright at the farmer’s market and with some retailers. So much so that we decided to open our own store. Chocolate sales alone were not going to be enough to make it our livelihood, so we decided to add a cafe to the business plan. When we found the old house on North Elm Street in Tomball and looked at the market, we decided Old Town Tomball could use a good barbecue joint. That is exactly how we got here. We make chocolate and truffles from raw cocoa beans, and slow smoke USDA certified 100% all natural Prime Grade briskets at the oldest building in Tomball. We call it The Craftory. Pretty sweet and smokey is what we were thinking. We’d enjoy having you stop by and pay us a visit. You will not be disappointed! http://tejaschocolate.com/the-craftory/
Come early, hang out, eat well!
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