This week’s Snackshot is classic candy that is displayed in a fun way at this store on Main Street U.S.A.
The Main Street Confectionery is a shop you can’t miss when you are walking down Main Street U.S.A. Not only is it near the entrance of the park, but guests can also smell the delicious shop as well. Once inside, guests are greeted with an open area, old fashioned candy shop with lots of treats.
Things like candy apples, big lollipops, Mickey krispie treats, cookies, bags of candy, cupcakes, and more can be found here. Not in the mood for something sweet? The store also has a nice selection of popcorn (four different flavors) at the Kernel Kitchen. Take the popcorn as is, or add a little bit of sweet by picking a chocolate drizzle and 2 or 3 candy mix-ins. Feeling thirsty? Check out the Glacier Bar and order a flavored frozen drink.
The Color Kitchen is where guests find different color M&Ms and other candies to create your own bag of candy. It’s a very colorful wall, so you can’t miss it when you are in the store. The wall reminds me a bit of the old candy store on the BoardWalk, Seashore Sweets, though the one at Main Street Confectionery is bigger. I can remember going in to Seashore Sweets and picking our candies to put in the bag, and then enjoying them throughout our vacation. While it’s fun to create your own candy bags, try to keep track of how much you are putting in the bag. When I was in Main Street Confectionery in February, the price per pound for candy on this wall was $13.99, so it’s very easy to spend a crazy amount on this option.
Hope you enjoyed this week’s Snackshot! Have you created your own candy bag at the Color Kitchen at the Main Street Confectionary?
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