“I wish I could take this place with me! Blows the other candystore in my hometown out of the water! Such a wide variety of chocolates to choose from, chocolate covered cherries, chocolate covered oreos, truffles, the list goes on and on and on… Such a wonderful place! And very competent and friendly staff! Even did a little something extra for my birthday!!”
- CHRISTINA “BLOWN AWAY”
“My coworkers and I go at least every other week to treat ourselves to some delicious candy and/or popcorn. The staff is very nice and fast. Being from Florida, I had never experienced Chicago Mix®️ popcorn before. It’s a game changer. Caramel, cheese and regular popcorn all in one? Yes please. The candy is great too. Just an overall good place. A must go to while you’re downtown!”
- ERIN “Candyland is the Best!”
“When I think of home, I can’t help but get wistfully nostalgic for Candyland. Going downtown to shop (and later work) at Dayton’s, eating at Forum’s, catching a movie at the Skyway and to top it off: Stopping at Candyland for some caramel corn and some almond bark. I was last back in 2008, and I couldn’t believe that nothing much had changed In this tiny, narrow store that held such amazing rich goodies with an amalgam of aromas that could make you swoon. This is one memory of my beloved home town that still exists, and it makes me happy to see that it is as beloved today as it was 30 years ago.”
- Malika “Lucky Minneapolitans!”
We LOVED the caramel corn and it was a huge hit as our giveaway! The entire process from customizing our order to final pick-up was very easy (which was refreshing in the craziness of planning our event)!
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“We love Candyland, especially the Chicago Mix®️, the almond bark and the variety of licorice. We are there weekly!”
“Love this candy shop! Fudge = amazing, snappers = delicious, licorice – can’t get enough and those are just a few of my faves. It’s an annual tradition for my family to come in and load up during the boys High School hockey tournament. We go home with enough to last a month – in reality it lasts a week.”