Category Archives: Little Shop on Main Street in Philadelphia

Butter Cream Easter Egg by Lerro’s Candy Company

Don’t miss the delicious holiday treats from Lerro’s Candy Company.

Don’t miss the sugary candies during the holiday season.

Add this to your Grocery List!

Lerro’s Candy Company

601 Columbia Avenue

Darby, PA 19023

(610) 461-8886

http://lerrocandy.com/

Lerro’s Candy Company shop

I had been shopping in the Boscov’s Department Store in Woodbridge Center in Woodbridge, NJ recently and I walked into their Candy Department on the second floor to admire all their candy selections.

The shelves were ladened with products from Hershey’s Easter candies which rang true for a department store company based in Pennsylvania. So many wonderful food companies are based in the Lancaster and surrounding communities.

On one table I eyed one of my favorite holiday treats on the display table near the register, a decorated butter cream Easter Egg by the Lerro’s Candy Company. The beautifully decorated egg came in two sizes, and I preferred the larger one that would last until Easter morning.

This sweet Easter Egg was nicely decorated with all sorts of flowers and edible embellishments. The center of…

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Shane Confectionery 110 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

Don’t miss this elegant and traditional candy shop in Old Town Philadelphia.

Shane Confectionery is one of a kind!

Little Shop on Main Street

Shane Confectionery

110 Market Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 992-1048

https://www.facebook.com/ShaneConfectionery/

My review on TripAdvisor:

https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g60795-d3296425-Reviews-Shane_Confectionery-Philadelphia_Pennsylvania.html

Shane Confectionery at 110 Market Street in Philadelphia

What can I say about this little chocolate/candy store in the heart of Old Town Philadelphia? It is so charming and welcoming and a step back into time when buying candy was a luxury treat. The store looks like a jewelry store for candies with a wide aisle, wrought iron glass cases and overhanging lights that gas jets once lit the store (now electric). Still the store looks like something from the turn of the last century.

The interior of Shane Confectionery has not change since the turn of the last century

They were preparing for the Halloween holidays when I visited in the early Fall but I was looking at all the interesting handmade candies, made inhouse. All the trays of chocolate filled candies…

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