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I waited for over 10 minutes for someone to wait on me. It was not overly busy.
Lots of neat ‘retro’ candy and lots of yummy chocolate, but VERY expensive.
I’ll go to the grocery store and get a candy bar!
This wonderful emporium has everything from good, handmade chocolate to your favorite candy when you were a kid. They also carry the excellent King's Cupboard line of desert sauces. The best part may be the many wonderful antiques - it's worth your time to stop...More
Lots of candy and taffy. Fun decor. We were there about a half hour before closing so we didn’t get to spend a ton of time there but still found plenty to buy! The prices seemed reasonable. Love little local stores like this. Fun to...More
When you spend over three dollars on one piece of candy, you expect a little gratitude. Instead, the person behind the cash register acted like he was doing me a favor. He barely acknowledged me and practically shoved my purchase at me. Didn't get a...More
The Montana Candy Emporium has a wonderful collection of sweets... many are the ones you feared you wouldn't find again, ... like Walnettos. And if you have time to peruse the walls, you'll find tidbits of history going back as far as the early 1900s....More
Located right on the Main Street in Red Lodge, Montana...home made chocolates...delicious! It has every type of candy you can imagine and then some. Buy it by the piece or package. It looks like an old time candy store with real wood floors that creak...More
If you grew up riding your bike to the store to buy candy, the Candy Emporium is a MUST. It seems that the Candy Emporium carries every type of candy in the world. The antiques and collectible signs will cause you to think you entered...More
What a great place. You come in a grab a bag to select candy from baskets filled with candies that were once 1c. You just remember when you were a small child and going to the candy store. There were all varieties. Candy is weighed...More