Just in time for Halloween, we're celebrating some of our favorite sweet stops around the world. Let's start with a few near home...
Amy’s Candy Bar
Lincoln Square’s charming candy boutique has whimsical decor and rows upon rows of sweets, from imported goodies to Amy’s own salted caramels.
This candy shop has history—over 150 years of it, to be exact—and was restored to its antebellum glory by the owners of ice cream favorite Franklin Fountain.
New York, NY
Scandinavian candies that go far behind the Swedish fish fill the bins at this West Village shop.
Los Angeles, CA
LA’s not all green juice and quinoa bowls. Sugarfina’s creative candies include rose gummies for mom and dad as well as beautiful bento box gift sets that make a great hostess treat.
Jackson Hole, Wy
Kids and adults love this old school candy shop selling sweets of all variety plus homemade fudge, classic tin lunchboxes and retro posters.
Candy Show Time
This Harajuku shop offers a modern take on the kintaro style of traditional Japanese candies.
Le Bonbon au Palais
This shops’s tall glass jars filled with artisanal candies prove that Paris does more than just chocolate.
Just walking into this Victorian-style candy shop, where shelves are stacked high with every sweet imaginable, will raise your blood sugar level.
This candy lab has expanded with locations around the world, but the Barcelona original is still a stop every time we’re in town.
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