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148 Forsyth Street
New York, NY, 10002
United States




Welcome to the World of Roni-Sue


Roni-Sue is a boutique chocolatier on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Crafted from organic rainforest grown cacao at MOHO Chocolate, co-owned by Roni-Sue in Belize they create a special 60% dark chocolate for all of her confectionary work. At Roni-Sue's we hand make a wide variety of confections–truffles, toffees, lollipops, caramel popcorns, pretzel treats, etc. each one remarkably delicious and playful. Established in 2007 by Rhonda Kave, Roni-Sue's is a NYC treasure offering an assortment of treats as well as chocolate & candy makings classes and even hosting & catering parties in our unique event space.

Lots To Do at Roni-Sue's! 


The Shoppe

Located in the heart of the Lower East side, Roni-Sues is a beacon of delight for chocolate lovers. Visit us at the Shoppe or browse our online selection of chocolate truffles, old-fashioned candies, buttercrunch toffee, lollipops, direct-trade chocolate, Pig Candy, caramel popcorn, handmade confections and gifts that we ship nationally!


Did you know Roni-Sue began her quest for candy greatness by taking an adult ed class at the local high school? Who knows, it might happen to you too, because after 8+ years in business we now have the space to do classes and workshops – yay! Folks have been asking us for years if we teach candy-making classes, now we’re happy we can answer, “Yes, we do!."


Private Events

We have one of the most rare and treasured of all New York possessions: A Back Yard! Host your event with us and enjoy an intimate setting for birthdays, receptions, ceremonies, bachelorette/ bachelor parties, and much more! Learn more about our space and the special features we can offer to make your event unforgettable.

Roni-Sue’s Chocolates is the kind of chocolate shop I always wished I lived close to. Wait, on second thought, I think it’s really a blessing that I don’t. Otherwise, I’d go every single day to try a new truffle flavor and give myself the excuse of buying box after box as ‘gifts’ only to eat them myself. You should have seen me when I tried them at home…I was like an alcoholic pining for a bottle in the kitchen and constantly pacing in and out of the room trying to keep from finishing off everything all at once
— Melody Lan, New York Daily News