“Like a kid in a candy store” It’s a ruse, but this is the right side. While in San Francisco, get an impression by visiting these three sweet shops.
Candy Barrel (333 Jefferson Street, Fisherman’s Wharf): Every time we go there Fisherman’s Wharf we complete by this store. ‘. Like its name, candy passes out from barrels — a number of salt candy taste like buttered food, fresh cream, chocolate green apple, chocolate fudge, and fruit. If you don’t like candy, There’s also plenty of snacks for you. The Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf Hotel is a short walk away.
The Candy Store (1507 Vallejo Street, Russian Hill): The glass containers enclosing The buildings revive The experiences of candy from your youth (no matter what your age). Pick from a large assortment of lollipops in bright colors, swirled lollypops, and snacks. Eat a quick bite of candy. This Russian Hill shop is located steps from the Huntington Hotel. Enjoy the hike while feeding a bag full of candy!
Fiona’s Sweet Shop (214 Sutter Street, Union Square): Fiona’s specializes in English snacks, from toffees to cheweys. With pink walls and backs of shelves lined With bottles of desserts, you’ll have a hard time choosing between the lemon and the candy, the gobstopping blonds, and fruit fungi. What the effs attempted — they all! It is only a few blocks from Campton Place Taj Hotel.
Debbie Abrams of Kaplan’s Frisco Kids and Kaplan Ink