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4 Sweet Local Candy Stores

These Denver-area candy shops are a real treat.

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Rocket Fizz

Rocket Fizz has more than 2,000 different kinds of candy, and hundreds of sodas from microbreweries all over the world. You should be able to track down your favorite childhood candy and find some new treats for your valentine as well. They also make custom gift baskets at no extra cost, so you can pick out a variety to give in a cute little package.

Locations in Boulder, Highlands Ranch, Parker, and Larimer Square

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Scrumptious

You can definitely find delicious dark chocolate truffles here for those you love. But if you”d like to branch out, try the chocolates with strawberry and waffle pieces. The store has six different lines of chocolate, old-school sweets from the ’50s and ’60s, and novelty candy for those who don’t take Valentine’s Day too seriously. You could even bring your loved ones along and grab an ice cream or a bottled soda together.

7523 Grandview Ave.

Arvada

303-431-2639

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Grandma’s Sweet Tooth

Grandma Verna and Grandpa Leonard, proud grandparents of twenty, have been known to hand out samples to small children at their Northglenn shop. The store carries more than 800 different kinds of nostalgic candies, dating all the way back to the 1800s.

11968 N. Washington St.

Northglenn

303-920-7404

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PS Sweet Shoppe

PS Sweet Shoppe at Belmar aims to make everyone feel like a kid in a candy store—regardless of your actual age. They sell old-school candy treats, tasty chocolate truffles, and their own homemade fudge. If one of your valentines happens to be four-legged and furry, they also have a line of sweet treats for dogs.

334 S. Teller St.

Lakewood

303-922-0133

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