Duck into the back of Belvedere Square for a tiny shop (barely bigger than an office cubicle) that sells a perfect delicacy, chocolate. Pure Chocolate by Jinji ( 937-8675, jinjichocolate.com), owned by father-daughter team Jinji Fraser and Guy Fraser, sells exquisite raw, organic chocolate that is gluten-free, vegan, and uses no refined sugar. As a non-vegan, gluten-consuming chocolate lover who always hopes her mother remembers to slip some Belgian Leonidas chocolates—doubtless rife with refined sugar—in her stocking, I was skeptical. So I bought two. Or maybe I just wanted a reason to buy chocolate? In any case, they are deliciously mysterious, curiously complicated, and deeply satisfying. Jinji Fraser, a nutritionist, says she created the chocolates "for people transitioning from refined foods to holistic ones, to make the transition easier." But I think she's down-selling her products. The chocolates—Grapefruit Persimmon, Tahini Orange Juice, and a very dark chocolate called Ninety-Seven—are pricey ($2/each for the above) but one rich truffle is a full dessert and some pretty gift-packaging options make this special.