(Pro Tip: Candy makes a great stocking stuffer.)
55 Chestnut St. (at The Greene), Beavercreek | 937-912-5295 | lapuf.com | Facebook
They’re known for their gourmet cotton candy, but they’ve got several sweet treats to try, including Sweet Tart Chews, rock candy, gummies, and an array of many classic candy favorites.
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Another reason to visit: they have a fabulous hot chocolate bar in their store.
The Oakwood Candy Shoppe
2541 Far Hills Ave., Oakwood | 937- | Facebook |
Kettering resident and owner Katherine Wright said the store will focus on old-fashioned candy that “people grew up on,” bringing back memories of childhood — allowing customers to share their favorites with their children. All of the candies will be pre-packaged, she said.
>> Old-fashioned candy shop to open in the heart of Oakwood
Grandpa Joe’s (2 locations)
42 S. Main St., Miamisburg | 937-247-5938 | Facebook
1212 Central Ave., Middletown | 513-783-4013 | Facebook
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This vintage-style store offers bulk candy orders and gourmet chocolate candies. Customers can fill a box of goodies from their candy buffet for just $5.
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The store also has other odd flavors of soda including everything from Coca-Cola to Flying Cauldron Butter Scotch Beer and specialty sodas that taste like ranch dressing and buffalo sauce.
Henry’s Candy Co.
243 High St., Hamilton | 513-889-2736 | Facebook
This new store has scores of sugary treats, including more than 20 versions of gummy bears, plus a wide array of milk and dark chocolates, toffees, buckeyes, fruit slices, chewy candies, bubble gum, Swedish fish and some sugar-free options.
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There’s also an ample selection of non-sugary snack mixes including a “Very Berry Antioxidant Mix” and a “Spicy Cajun Kicker Mix,” among others.
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