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Chocolate Maple Syrup Might Change Our Life



    Chocolate Maple Syrup Might Change Our Life
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    Chocolate. You know it. We know it. Chocolate.

    Some years back, we were inhaling a chocolate chip pancake, in public, which was not at all pretty, when we thought to ourselves, "why aren't we just drinking hot chocolate while simultaneously dipping a candy bar into a ramekin brimming with simmering fudge as well?" Because once you, an adult, have gone into a restaurant and ordered a chocolate chip pancake, the rest is a slippery slope.

    Slippery with chocolate-y goodness, that is. The people behind Luna Park may have had the same "let's just make the entire meal chocolate, shall we" moment that we did, because they're introducing a full-on, no-holds-barred Chocolate Brunch. This sweet spectacle bows on Easter, which seems ideal, and we vow to not bite off too many chocolate bunny ears before our dessert-like meal.

    The menu -- which is also chocolate -- contains delectables like Chilaquiles with Mole (chocolate), a chocolate/berry/granola parfait (chocolate), a Chocolate Mimosa (chocolate + booze), and a French toast that contains -- oh, we can't say it. Yes we can: chocolate.

    For the non-chocophiles out there (and *please* do not make yourself known if so), there are other edibles that are in the non-chocologic class. So you can go with your sweet tooth-blessed pals and still have a grand time. If eating no chocolate at a Chocolate Brunch does it for you. And if so, we support that, because more chocolate for us.

    Luna Park, 672 S. La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles