Godiva Chocolatier

52 West 50th Street
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  • Hours:

    • Sunday: Noon–8PM
    • Monday–Thursday: 9AM–9PM
    • Friday: 9AM–10:30PM
    • Saturday: 10AM–10:30PM

    In 1926, when our founder Joseph Draps opened his first GODIVA Chocolatier shop in Brussels, Belgium, Godiva became the chocolatier of choice in Belgium and the talk of the chocolate world.

    After years of being exclusive to Belgium, Draps began the international GODIVA expansion in 1958 by opening a GODIVA boutique in Paris on the fashionable Rue St. Honoré. Openings in the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, and more soon followed.

    Then in 1966, GODIVA traveled across the pond to the United States, where GODIVA became available at one of the country’s most elegant department stores, Wanamaker’s in Philadelphia. Six years later, the first stateside GODIVA boutique opened on New York’s fashionable Fifth Avenue.

    Today the GODIVA brand is known—and loved—in over 80 countries around the world. GODIVA owns and operates more than 450 boutiques and shops worldwide, where you can find a comprehensive selection of our offerings. GODIVA products are also available at finer department and specialty stores. Additionally, GODIVA issues seasonal mail-order catalogs in North America, and accepts phone and Internet orders. From New York to Paris, Tokyo to Dubai, it is GODIVA that brings the best of Belgium to the world.

    • A Mouthwatering Memorial Day

      Celebrate Memorial Day with a delectable deal when you shop Godiva at Rockefeller Center from Thursday, May 24, through Tuesday, May 29. During this limited time, you’ll enjoy 20% off select items. The savings are as delicious as the sweets—stop by while it lasts!

      One More for Mom
      Mother’s Day has come and gone, but the savings are still here—and sweeter than ever. Swing by Godiva at Rockefeller Center from now through Sunday, June 3, to treat the special lady in your life again. With up to 50% off select items, it’s a delicious deal you won’t be able to resist.