Best Places For Easter Candy In San Francisco

April 12, 2017 5:00 AM

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San Francisco embraces holidays, especially ones involving dressing up and eating food. Easter is not only an excuse to get dressed up in your finest, but it’s also a chance to fill up an Easter basket. From chocolate bunnies to Easter eggs, looks and taste hold equal importance when selecting Easter candy. Avoid plastic eggs and mass produced candy by buying local. Here are some San Francisco candy and chocolate shops where you can fill your baskets to the brim by Easter Sunday on April 16th.



The Candy Store
1507 Vallejo St.
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 921-8000
www.thecandystoresf.com

The Candy Store does not disappoint with candy variety. There is nostalgic hard-to-find candy, imported candy, fancy candy, chocolate and popular favorites. You can buy prepackaged or by the pound. Purchase a golden ticket to give a gift certificate to someone special to fill up their own basket. During Easter, the store carries filled baskets and traditional delights such as chocolate bunnies and Easter eggs.



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Littlejohn’s Candies
1422 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 252-8320
www.littlejohnscandies.com

Littlejohn’s Candies is a small candy shop with a bountiful selection of Easter goodies. The store has a large variety of chocolate bunnies in various sizes and poses. Baskets and boxes come in spring pastels filled with grass and sweet treats. Buttercream filled eggs, chocolate eggs with candy inside and jelly beans all compliment the season and your purchase. The shop is known for its toffee, so make sure you grab some when you visit.



Miette
449 Octavia St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 626-6221
www.miette.com

Miette has all the charm of an old fashioned candy shop with a modern flare. The selection is limited yet well curated. During Easter, Miette has a specialty basket with an assortment of candies. The candy is boutique quality, and it is as pretty as it is tasty. Be sure to pick up some cookies, shortbread, macaroons or cupcakes while you are there.



Buttons Candy Bar
4027 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
(415) 970-9035
www.buttonscandybar.com

Buttons Candy Bar lets you create your own Easter basket so you get candy you actually want. The store has old fashioned Easter candy like chocolate bunnies, chicks and eggs. There is also nostalgic candy, taffy and chocolate. The whimsical nature of the shop and friendly staff make it a family friendly outing. Get an ice cream treat for all the effort that went into making the perfect basket.



Poco Dolce Chocolates
2419 Third St.
San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 255-1443
www.pocodolce.com

Poco Dolce specializes in hand crafted chocolate made in San Francisco that balances savory and sweet. This small batch chocolate is made with all-natural ingredients and is environmentally and socially conscious. For Easter, the shop has a limited run of specialty chocolate including a dark chocolate raspberry bunny. This is the perfect spot for a modern or adult Easter treat. Sign up for the newsletter and get advanced notice of all the holiday offerings.



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CocoaBella Chocolates
865 Market St.
an Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 896-5222
www.cocoabella.com

Located conveniently in the Westfield San Francisco Centre, CocoaBella is an easy stop to make while running other errands. During Easter, the store offers a limited collection of bite-sized morsels that vary in size. The Easter assortment is great to give to a difficult palate or one that prefers modern to traditional. Building your own box is also an option if you want to be more adventurous.

 

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