Dulce Churro Cafe
A trip to Spain changed Jared Naumann's life. After savoring deep-fried churros dipped in warm chocolate, Naumann became enamored with the deep-fried treats. He returned to Spain to attend Churro School and came home to open Dulce Churro Cafe.
During his pastry education, Naumann learned that, according to legend, nomadic Spanish shepherds created the deep-fried pastries in the field and named them after the Churra sheep popular on the Iberian peninsula, whose horns look like a churro.
Naumann invites customers to create their own unique churros. You might savor your churro with cinnamon sugar like those you find in Mexico. Or, you could go South America-style and fill it with Dulce de Leche. Don’t forget the dip—traditional chocolate or caramel or a creative mango or guava.
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Chocolate Bash encourages you to chocolate your way. Maybe you want to chocolate up a crepe, pancake, or waffle. Add Belgian chocolate to cream puffs and top them with Nutella or pistachio. Maybe you prefer chocolate covered strawberries or marshmallow bites. Whatever your chocolate desire, create it at Chocolate Bash.
Denise McCreery turned her love of food and wine into a business in 2003 when she launched d’Vine Gourmet. She began by turning wine into jelly and today creates award-winning candies, jams, snacks and a line of custom gift baskets.
d’Vine Gourmet sells products online and through its Downtown Chandler shop on the square. Having spent most her life in Arizona, McCreery is passionate about supporting the local economy. In addition to creating her own products using as many Arizona ingredients as possible, she also sources other Arizona products for her shop.