Candy Shops (page 4)

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Carmelcorn Shop
Easton, PA
The Carmelcorn Shop opened in 1931. The tiny shop has a wonderful old interior. It is located right on the main square downtown. [map]

Shane's Candies
Philadelphia, PA
2009: 2012:
Shane's Candies opened here in 1911. The interior and display windows are original. The candy is made on the second floor. In 2011, new owners repainted the exterior and interior, from green to blue. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Gene and Boots Candy
Perryopolis, PA

Gene and Boots Candy
Greensburg, PA
2001: 2012:
Gene and Boots started out as a popcorn and peanut stand in 1930. It was run by Gene Madigan and his friend "Boots". They soon added soft drinks and ice cream. When Boots went into the service, Gene's parents got involved and his father began making chocolate. Gene & Boots is still a family-run business and in addition to selling its own products, offers candies from all over the world. The Perryopolis shop opened in 1960. The Greensburg location has updated its sign but kept the plastic balls. In addition to these two locations, there are four others in the Pittsburgh area. For more, see this website. [Perryopolis map]; [Greensburg map]

More Pennsylvania:
Regennas Candy Shop (Lititz)
Wilbur Chocolate & Candy Museum (Lititz)
Callie's Candy Kitchen (Mountainhome)

Lammes Candies
Austin, TX
Lammes Candies was established in 1885 and now has nine locations. This location opened in 1957. It functions as a retail store and the company's manufacturing plant. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, and 4. [map]

Beerntsen's Confectionary
Manitowoc, WI
Beerntsen's Confectionary has been here since 1932. The company is mostly known for their chocolates but they have an old soda fountain here as well. The interior features the original dark wood booths and counters. There are other locations in Cedarburg, WI and Green Bay, WI. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

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