Ardmore’s Sweet Tooth Pushes Owners to Expand Delice et Chocolat

Sales at Ardmore’s newly opened Delice et Chocolat have far exceeded expectations, prompting brothers Joseph Amrani and Antoine Amrani to expand. (Image via Delice at Chocolat)

Brothers Joseph and Antoine Amrani have learned that Ardmore has quite the sweet tooth as sales at their recently opened Delice et Chocolat have far exceeded their expectations, writes Kenneth Hilario for Philadelphia Business Journal.

This has prompted the pair to start planning the expansion of their Parisian Bistro-inspired café that translates to “delight and chocolate,” promising the Montgomery County town more of both.

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The Amrani brothers chose Ardmore after scouring the Philadelphia region for the right space before settling on the building that formerly housed Centofanti Master Tailors.

“When this space came up, we felt good about its location next to the train station and the story behind it,” explained Joseph. “We also preferred Ardmore because it’s multicultural with potential for greatness.”

Within the first few months, sales had already exceeded their projections by 12 percent. To capitalize on this, the brothers have now leased the former Radio Shack space next door to expand Delice et Chocolat’s footprint.

The store’s current menu offers mouthwatering items such pastries, chocolate, smoothies and sandwiches. Once the expansion is complete, they plan to add new taste sensations such as crepes and gelato.

Read more about the expansion at Philadelphia Business Journal by clicking here.

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