By Lynn Olanoff | The Express-Times 

Love chocolate and history? You can get your fill of both at the Sun Inn’s third annual chocolate festival May 20.

The afternoon event includes chocolate appetizers, entrees, desserts and beverages. Keystone Homebrew is scheduled to return with its popular chocolate beer while the Sun Inn’s Michael Adams is doing mole-spiced pork tacos.

Other participating restaurants include: Alando’s Kenyan Cuisine, Bethlehem Brew Works, Starters Riverport, Granny McCarthy’s, Stations Café, Jumbars, Retro Deli, Molto Pazzo, Hello Burrito, Franklin Hills Vineyards and Dove Chocolate Discoveries.

The Sun Inn started the chocolate festival building upon the inn’s sale of American Heritage Chocolate, which uses an authentic colonial-era recipe. The event proceeds benefit the 1758 inn’s ongoing restoration and upkeep.

The event runs from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Sun Inn at 556 Main St. in Bethlehem. Tickets are $35 or $60 per couple and include the tastings and one drink at the chocolate martini bar.

Tickets are available by calling the Sun Inn Preservation Association office at 610-866-1758.