Fudge, candy, espresso, and pumpkin desserts. A fall lineup of treats awaited us on our vacation to Seaside, OR. On our trip this year, there was two new places to check out. Schwietert's Candy and Cones, in the building where another candy store, The Buzz, used to be, and a new coffee shop-Beach Day Coffee. We also popped into a candy shop we hadn't visited before, Phillips Candy, also on Broadway. They are the oldest operating business in Seaside and we were instantly drawn to the lollipop display when we walked in. They've been open since 1897 so they know how to make candy! It was fun discovering some new places to satisfy our sweet tooth and seeing a classic candy store that's turned into a Seaside institution.
|At Schwietert's we chose two pieces of fudge, salted caramel and peanut butter chocolate. It tasted as good as it looks!|
|At Beach Day Coffee, we all shared a Pumpkin Chocolate Bar which had cream cheese frosting.|
|My husband had an Iced Americano for a mid-afternoon coffee break.|
|At Phillips Candy we chose a bag of gummy sharks, two raspberry truffles and one milk chocolate marshmallow ghost.|