The metroplex is filled with spots that would even make Willy Wonka’s eyes pop. From gourmet chocolate to old-school goodies you’ll want to snack on yourself, see the top candy stores in Dallas-Fort Worth below.Less
Tucked away in a corner of the historic West End district, you’ll find more than just candy here. There’s a great selection of cheesecake and gelato, too.
Located in Rockwall, Popcorn Papa is known for its wide variety of gourmet popcorn, but did you know they also have a great candy shop with sugary goodies that fulfill every kid’s sugarplum dreams.
A DFW favorite, this local chocolatier is known for its gorgeous chocolates that come in designs that are almost (almost) too beautiful to eat.
Located in Fort Worth’s historic Sundance Square, not only can you find 1 lb. Reese’s and Hershey Bars, but they also carry Funko Pop! figurines, which means it’s a tween’s dream come true.
Besides staples like saltwater taffy, Abba Zabba and Jelly Belly’s, you’ll find Japanese candy, European candy and Hispanic candy here.
A Dallas institution, this renowned Bishop Arts sweet shop has an array of treats including decadent truffles, homemade marshmallows, chocolate bars, drinking chocolate and more.
Your kids can pick their bag of goodies from over 600 varieties of candy, including chocolate, sour candies, sugar-free candy, and nostalgic candy bars like Big Hunk.
Besides all the unique popcorn flavors, this McKinney-based sweets shop has an old-fashioned feel with glass bins and big barrels filled with almost every kind of candy kids can imagine.
You can find everything from Whirly Pops to Candian candy (think Oh Henry!) bars at this fun spot. They also have a great selection of specialty sodas.