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From the left, Chas Reynolds, 27 and of Franklin Square, picks out chocolates with his brother Michael, 20, and Amanda Mueller, 19 and of Patchogue, at Chip'n Dipped Cookies and Chocolates cafe in Huntington. (Jan. 12, 2013)(Credit: Daniel Brennan)

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Tempted by the lure of chocolate is Mike Reynolds, 20, of Middle Island. "I'm looking at the milk chocolate cream cheese graham," Reynolds says, scanning the glass case.

Reynolds' friend, Amanda Mueller, 19, of Patchogue, has her eyes on a dark chocolate raspberry cream, a treat she'd sampled on a previous visit. "It was delicious," she says.

At the register, you can pick up handmade chocolate bars with scrumptious names like Dark Chocolate Sea Salted Almond Bar. Wrapped in gold paper, they're made during the day inside a glass-enclosed room near the store entrance.

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