Chocolate & Confectionery Shops

Debauve & Gallais
The official chocolate makers to the Kings of France. Founded in the 1800s by Sulpice Debauve (pharmacist of King Louis XVI) Fine chocolates. Online boutique. 30 Rue des Saints-Peres (Arr 7) Metro: St Germain des Pres.
Chocolaterie de Puyricard
Handmade chocolates and calissons, several stores throughout Paris. 
Charles Chocolatier
A family-run chocolate shop founded in 1910 at 15 rue Montorgueil (Arr 1) Metro: Etienne Marcel 
Chocolaterie Servant
Chocolate and candy maker. Open 7 days a week. At 30 rue dAuteuil (Arr 16) and at 22 bis rue de Chartres (92) Neuilly-sur-seine
Jeff de Bruges
Belgian chocolates and sweets. Several stores throught Paris and the Ile de France.
Patrick Roger
This chocolatier describes himself as a chocolate artist and offers a premium range of chocolate. Chocolate sculptures can be ordered. Several stores in Paris and the Ile de France.
Luxury chocolate shop. At 258 blvd St Germain (Arr 6) Metro: Solferino
Jadis et Gourmande
Chocolate gifts and hampers for all occasions. Several stores throughout Paris. 
Monsieur Chocolat
Chocolate shop offering over 100 types of chocolate treats. Closed Mondays. 102 rue Cambronne (Arr 15). Metro: Vaugirard
Edwart Chocolatier
Chocolate shop that also presents worshops (in French, English and Spanish)Two stores in Paris. Workshops take place at their Concorde Boutique, 244 Rue de Rivoli (Arr: 1) Metro: Concorde.
La Maison du Chocolat
Chocolates and pastries. Several outlets in Paris and an online boutique.
Shops throughout Paris offering an assortment of chocolate, as well as a  Chocolate Bar selling pastries, hot drinks and ice cream to eat in or take away.
Michel Chaudun
Creator of chocolates and chocolate gifts. 149 rue de lUniversite (Arr 7) Metro: La Tour-Maubourg.
Jean-Paul Hevin
Speciality chocolatiers, with six stores in Paris. Online orders can be filled. 
LAtelier du Chocolat
Artisinal chocolate shop, several outlets throughout France. The Paris store can be found at Rue Saint Lazare, Passage du Havre (Arr: 9) Metro: Saint Lazare
Happy Dragees
Sugar coated candies and chocolate. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 10:30 to 19:00. At 120 ave Georges Clemenceau (92) Nanterre
Pascal Legac
Luxury chocolate shop selling a range of fine chocolates and gift boxes. 61 rue de Pologne, Saint-Germain-en-Laye (78). RER A: Saint-Germain-en-Laye.
Maison Mulot
Pastries, chocolates and catering services. 76, rue de Seine 75006 Paris 
Single origin chocolate, sweets and cakes. 35 rue Rambuteau (Arr 4) Metro: Rambuteau.
Chocolat Chapon
Chocolate maker selling its products at its boutiques around Paris and online. 
Christophe Roussel
Shop offering a range of pastries, macarons and chocolates. 5 rue Tardieu (Arr 18). Metro:Anvers.
Pierre Herme
Food store that offer sweets and chocolates. Online orders possible. Two stores in Paris.
Girard Dragees de Verdun
Sugar coated almonds for ceremonies, chocolate. At 4 rue des Archives (Arr 4) Metro: Hotel de Ville
Fine handmade chocolates, opened in 1819. Two stores in Paris.
Pierre Marcolini
Upmarket, Belgian chocolate maker. 3 rue Scribe (Arr 9) Metro: Opera
De Chocolat Neuville
Chocolates and other gourmet candies. Numerous stores in Paris and in the Ile-de-France.
Candy and chocolate store at 11 blvd La Tour-Maubourg (Arr 7) Metro: La Tour Maubourg
Regis Chocolatier
Chocolate maker for over 50 years, Regis has a selection of chocolates, candied chestnuts, truffles, and candied fruit. At 89 rue de Passy (Arr 16) Metro: Passy
Patrice Chapon
Chocolatier, started in Chelles and now has a large store in Chelles and two in Paris. Winner of numerous awards and creator of the trademarked Chocolate Mousse Bar.