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Belgian Chocolatier Piron
509 Main St, Evanston, IL 60202
Trading since 1985, Piron Chocolates is run by brothers Bob and Fred Piron. All chocolates are made by hand and fromMore scratch in the back of the shop so that the selection is very fresh. The range includes individual chocolates, nut barks, toffee and glazed fruit. Assortments, gift baskets and holiday specialties are available. With 50 different types of chocolate candies to choose from, how can you go wrong?
38 Degrees Frozen Yogurt
940 Church St, Evanston, IL 60201
38 Degrees Frozen Yogurt is a dessert shop. The shop offers natural low-fat frozen yogurt as well as numerous types ofMore smoothies and fruit parfaits. Yogurts contain no added sugar and come in a wide range of changing flavors, including coconut, mango, banana, chocolate, dark chocolate, vanilla and more. The shop also offers numerous toppings including fruit, cereal, nuts, granola, candy and more.
815 Noyes St, Evanston, IL 60201
Fraiche sells a selection of breakfast sandwiches, pastries, cupcakes, coffee drinks, tea, and more. Menu highlightsMore include the Almond Butter French Toast, chocolate toffee scones, and the Warm Brie and Pear Sandwich.
World Market
1725 Maple Ave, Evanston, IL 60201

This is the Evanston location for the popular nationwide chain.  Located in downtown Evanston in a popularMore retail district, this large store defies expectations by paying third world artisans a living wage for their fair trade goods and artworks.  Additionally, the store is popular with foodies for it's rare imports of hard to find items, such as beers, wines, candies and other foods.

If you come home from the UK craving cookies or chocolate you can't find anywhere else, chances are World Market has it.

Union Pizzeria
1245 Chicago Ave, Evanston, IL 60202
Enter the smooth, modern lounge of Union Pizzeria for a drink and a slice of Margherita pizza hot from an enormousMore wood-burning oven. Chef Vince DiBattista delivers gourmet Italian-influenced small plates such as eggplant caponata, calamari and octopus. The seasonal menu uses locally grown, organic ingredients. The long bar opens at night with twenty-six different beers and fifty wines under $50. The dessert menu is equally ambitious: it sports polenta pound cake and chocolate panna cotta with brandied cherries.