Doylestown

Quality Candy, Gifts, and Chocolates Since 1938

Stutz Candy Company operates three local candy shops known for a variety of chocolate, fudge, nut confections, homemade chocolates and nonpareils since 1938. We are famous for our smooth dark chocolate and milk chocolate, but we also offer a variety of treats, including seasonal candies and specialties. After 5 generations, Stutz Candy has multiple locations in the Bucks County area where we are still making candy the old-fashioned way.

 

Visit Our Olde-Style Candy Shop Near Doylestown PA!

Stutz Candy runs three olde-style candy shops in suburban Philadelphia. Our Warrington PA store, at 1345 Easton Road (Route 611), is conveniently located just a few miles from Doylestown PA. We also own and operate a Hatboro PA candy shop, which is just north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike at 400 S Warminster Road. We are also located at 2504 Long Beach Blvd. in Ship Bottom, NJ, so be sure to stop by for your favorite summertime boardwalk treats when you’re visiting the shore!

Don’t forget: Since we now ship anywhere in the USA, you can always order your boxed chocolate, fudge, peanut brittle and tons more from our super-convenient online store. It never closes, so you can order delicious chocolates, truffles and candies whenever the craving strikes!

Still, there’s nothing quite like an in-person visit to one of our charming brick-and-mortar stores in Bucks County. Both shops represent a truly unique slice of vintage Americana. Our candy display counter, which is always packed with a huge variety of handmade chocolate treats, has been called “overwhelming.” And our stores always offer an eye-popping variety of gift boxes, dark chocolate and seasonal treats.

Can’t visit our Warrington PA, Hatboro PA or Ship Bottom NJ stores? Not a problem—you can always shop online. We ship anywhere in the USA.

 

What We Sell at Our Candy Shop Near Doylestown, PA:

• Boxed Chocolates: Dark chocolate and milk chocolates

• Rich and creamy chocolate truffles

• Personalized Milk Chocolate Molds

• Chocolate Covered Pretzels

• Salt Water Taffy

• Chocolate Fudge

• Nuts and Peanut Brittle

• Candy Gift Boxes & Gift Towers

• Seasonal Candy and Treats

 

Corporate Orders & Gifts Near Doylestown

Stutz has the perfect gift for your vendors and customers to let them know just how important they are. Our individualized homemade candy offerings, adding the perfect touch to any gift. Take your corporate gift giving to the next level with our personalized business card-style chocolates with your company name or logo on it. Our towers and pyramids are also great gifts, perfect for any occasion. They are a delicious mix of our creamy, rich chocolates, nuts, and other treats we carry. If you don’t live near Doylestown, don’t worry! We offer delivery and shipping throughout the United States through our online store!

 

About Doylestown— Bucks County, PA

Enjoy small town living close to the big city! The center of Doylestown is perfect for strolling around, exploring the unique restaurants and shops that draw visitors from across the tri-county area. Bring your bike…it is a bike friendly community and bike racks are provided throughout town. Check out the 16 miles of completed biking trails while you’re here. Spend some of your time at one of the nine parks. You’ll find playgrounds, softball fields, picnic areas, tennis courts, basketball courts, chess boards, and large open fields. Many parks are close to town so you can easily get back to your shopping or grab something to eat. Learn more about Doylestown history by visiting the Mercer Museum & Fonthill, the one-time home of prolific archeologist and artificer Henry Mercer. 

Doylestown grew up around William Doyles Tavern (for whom the town was later named) which was an extremely popular stop for travelers, merchants and tradesmen traveling along Route 202. As the town expanded, it was recognized as the seat of Bucks County, and became a popular location for residents and small businesses. Despite its rural setting, Doylestown became a cultural center that drew artists and gentry from nearby cities. This cultural development can still be seen today in the architectural styles, art, food and communities in the Doylestown area. In the latter half of the 20th century, efforts and initiatives were put into effect to renovate the downtown section, developing an exterior facade that has become the face of Doylestown to this day.