Mast Brothers Chocolate is owned by two brothers, Rick and Michael Mast. Their headquarters in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is both a storefront and the factory where the chocolate is made. Look for the beautifully packaged chocolate bars (each is wrapped in gorgeous handmade "butcher paper;" each flavor has its own pattern, all designed by family and friends) in stores and restaurants all over Brooklyn and in growing markets outside of New York.
Mast Brothers Chocolate is located at 105A North Third Street between Berry and Wythe Avenues. L Train to Bedford Avenue.
Telephone: (718) 388-2625
Hours: 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., Monday through Friday; 12 p.m. - 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.
Website: Mast Brothers Chocolate
Good to Know:
- Time Magazine called Mast Brothers Chocolate "Brooklyn's Dark Secret."
- Food & Wine Magazine voted Mast Brothers Chocolate the "best new American chocolate."
- You can take a tour of the factory! (More information below).
Varieties of Chocolate
- All bars are dark chocolate made from cacao from Sambirano Valley in Madagascar, Patanemo or Ocumare de la Costa in Venezuela or the Dominican Republic.
- For a full list of choices, click here.
- Popular varieties include the "Fleur de Sel," dark chocolate with sea salt, the "Serrano Peppers," a spicy chocolate bar, and "The Brooklyn Blend," made up of the Mast Brothers' favorite cocoa beans from around the world.
How to Buy
See a very long list of all the places that sell Mast Brothers Chocolate here.
Visit the Store and Take a Tour:
Tours of the factory are available for $9.99 per person on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00pm. Make a reservation at BrownPaperTickets.com. Be advised that tours fill up quickly so plan in advance.
You can order an assortment of 10 bars from the website for $80 or you can buy 25 bars for $175.
Nearby Stores: If you're looking for a grocery store, The Bedford Cheese Shop is located just around the corner from a Food Mart; take a left on North 3rd Street. Or, if you are looking for kitchen supplies, Whisk is directly across the street.
Visit The Mast Brothers Chocolate website.