Feb 17 2016 4529 1

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Have a sweet tooth? How about a Philly Sweettooth?

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Well the popular candy store located in Queen Village just got recognized as being one of the best candy stores in town. In a recent article in Philly Magazine, Philly Sweettooth made the distinguished list among 5 other sugary spots across town.

A nostalgic shop, Philly Sweettooth offers up special treats such as cherry sours, can wax soda bottles and strawberry licorice among the many others. In fact this spot boasts over 250 varieties of sweets. Look at the complete list below:

Rocket Fizz
302 Arch Street, Old City

Shane Confectionery
110 Market Street, Old City

Tradestone Confections
117 Fayette St, Conshohocken

Chocolate By Mueller
Reading Terminal Market, Market East

Fralinger’s Salt Water Taffy
326 Washington Street, Cape May

A special shout-out to The Atacan Group for updating this list.

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Boots Levinson

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