It’s actually called Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store, but I think my name is better. Interestingly, they have no web site. And only take cash. And, if this blog post is to be believed, they have no phone number. But do they need these things, when they are the world’s largest candy store in Minnesota? I guess not. Because how can you drive by this and not stop?
Huge parking lot indicates that it probably gets a little crazy on weekends.
What’s a tourist stop without homemade fudge?
We were initially amused by the reference to the Big Lebowski.
Sara wondered if someone changes the date every day.
They have the largest collection of soda. Just look at all of these varieties! (They also had good varieties too. I was just intrigued by the gross factor.)
Candy as far as the eye can see. They also had a ton of jigsaw puzzles.
Sara tried the TARDIS.
“I’m sure they don’t make candy cigarettes anymore,” said I, right before we found the candy cigarettes.
Rebranded as “candy sticks” for Marvel Heroes, but we know what they are.
We were happy to discover the Idaho Spud bars. And that people had been buying them.
You can also have house-made apple pies and strudel. These hand-made signs killed me.
On your way out you could open your soda with this great period bottle opener.