Chocolate shops (specifically, those selling chocolate drinks) aren't so much of a thing in the United States, and that is a shame. Cacao deserves the same reverence that coffee gets. Cacao deserves shrines on every street corner, with learned priests purveying wisdom and beverage. But, alas, perhaps due to separation of church and state, one must leave the country to find these pagan establishments.
Canada understands the power of cacao. Nicaragua as well.
(Edit: Seattle has one. But, is Seattle even in America?)