Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

[Christen Bare/AI Photo]

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

May 4th inside Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory sweet treats are being ordered but no more than usual says Iysabel Salamanca who continued to say, "we always have a steady stream of customers but Chocolate Week provides very few extra customers". [Christen Bare/AI Photo]

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

[Christen Bare/AI Photo]

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Monday May 4th from the outside looking in Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory has temptations from all angles. John Patnaude at the counter asking about the price of hot chocolate to ward off the cold outside, its a chilly start to Chocolate week in Old Sacramento.[Christen Bare/AI Photo]

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Garcia's Restaurant Bar and Grill on May 4th Paul MacFarland Jr. plays saxophone for a limited audience on the back patio providing the dinners jazz music to listen to while they peruse the special menu for Chocolate Week. There were only two dinners on the patio at eight that night the hostess, Rachal Hanson had high hopes Chocolate week and live music would bring a larger crowd for a Monday in Old Sacramento.[Christen Bare/AI Photo]

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

Old Sacramento Chocolate Week

May 4th at 9pm and Old Sacramento is closing down. Chocolate Weeks Kick off was a quiet one and unknown to many of Old Sacramento visitors. According to many shop owners there will be a pick up as the week moves forward with more events celebrating chocolate. Owner operator of Tango by the River Donna Tielsch is celebrating with free chocolate tastings at 6:30pm and again at 8pm in her dance studio on Thursday May 7th. Donna says,"chocolate is sensual, like the tango".[Christen Bare/AI Photo]