I don’t know anyone else in Billings, but I have a huge sweet tooth. One of my greatest guilty pleasures is a delicious bar of salty dark chocolate; it’s so deliciously sweet, yet bitter. In the Billings area, we actually have a whole selection of candy stores that make anyone’s biggest dreams come true. Let’s take a look at them.
Brockel’s serves quirky chocolates and candies in downtown Billings for more than 40 years; they are, in my opinion, one of the best mom and pop stores in magic town.
Candy City United States
Selling Made in Montana products and featuring a classic soda fountain, Candy Town USA at Shiloh Crossing is literally a candy lover’s dream. They also sell sodas, popcorn and small gifts.
Martinson’s Ranch Chocolates
Operating out of Huntley, Martinson’s Ranch has made some of the best mail order chocolate in the state since 1985. Check out their deals on their website from time to time, and you’ll end up with great deals and candy shipped right to your door.
Montana candy store
Located on Broadway Avenue, the Montana candy store is one of the best old companies in Red Lodge. Specializing in vintage and homemade sweets, the Emporium also offers 1490 AM retro radio directly inside their store.
If you ever crave something sweet, try these Billings area spots. You’re sure to satisfy your chocolate and sugar cravings no matter where you end up, but keep in mind that you’ll soon be craving more and more.
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It’s no longer news that Billings is a great place to start a business. Just look at the new businesses that have sprung up over the past couple of years, and businesses are still starting up or growing here. While just about any business would be great to have in our community, there are a few that we think Billings could use.