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Chocolate shop moves to The Landing

From a press release:

Sweet Decadence Chocolates is the latest business to begin calling The Landing their home.

“Moving to The Landing makes sense for the business,” said owner Sandra Wixon. “The Landing offers a location that’s located just off I-405. It will be easy for customers to find Sweet Decadence in the outdoor village atmosphere with plenty of parking and an array of shopping and dining options.

“I am excited about opening at our new location at The Landing, but a part of my heart will always remain in Newcastle,” said Wixon. As the new location is less than five miles away from the current shop, Wixon is confident that she will continue to serve current customers as well as welcome new one.

Much will remain the same at Sweet Decadence’s new location. The emphasis on specialized gourmet chocolate will continue, as will the popular chocolate and wine pairings. Featured pastries and coffees will also still be served.

The Landing location will have more in store seating allowing for more guests to sit and enjoy a coffee or glass of wine as they view the chocolate making. The new shop’s décor features a chocolate theme, which will allow customers a full sensory experience.

“Between the smell, taste and the look of the shop, our customers will love coming to the new Sweet Decadence,” said Wixon.

Wixon has been making chocolate since she was 19 years old. “It was either learning how to crochet or how to make chocolates,” said Wixon. Sweet Decadence Newcastle opened on May 1, 2008. Since opening the Newcastle shop in 2008, Wixon has won many awards including The Best of Western Washington’s best chocolate in Western Washington, Best Chocolate Enumclaw Wine and Chocolate Festival and Newcastle Diamond Award.

Sweet Decadence Chocolates opened Dec. 12 at 810 N 10th Place, Suite B in Renton. For more information, call 425-572-6572 or visit www.sweet-decadence.com.

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