Quality Candy, Gifts, and Chocolates Since 1938

Fans of milk and dark chocolate in Bucks County, PA, South New Jersey, and around the world have sought out Stutz’s delicious, home-made delicacies since 1938.

But it’s not just chocolate that brings candy aficionados to Stutz’s three local stores. For five generations, we’ve cultivated a reputation for crafting delectable fudge, nut confections, seasonal candies and other specialties.

Visit Our Old-Style Candy Shop Near Doylestown, PA

Stutz has three candy shops in the Philadelphia region:

  • At 1345 Easton Road (Route 611) in Warrington
  • At 400 S. Warminster Road in Hatboro
  • At 2504 Long Beach Blvd. in Ship Bottom NJ, so you can get your favorite boardwalk treats while you’re vacationing at the Jersey Shore

Can’t get to any of these places? That’s OK. Stutz ships its candy anywhere in the U.S. Still, there’s nothing quite like visiting us at one our charming brick-and-mortar candy shops. You won’t even know where to start once you get a glimpse at our candy display counter, which is always filled with a wide variety of chocolate treats.

What We Sell at Our Candy Shop near Doylestown, PA

When you visit our stores, you’ll find a selection of candy that includes:

  • Boxed milk chocolate and dark chocolates
  • Rich and creamy chocolate truffles
  • Personalized milk chocolate molds
  • Chocolate-covered pretzels
  • Salt water taffy
  • Fudge
  • Peanut brittle and nuts
  • Seasonal treats
  • Candy gift boxes and gift towers

Corporate Orders & Gifts Near Doylestown

Searching for the perfect corporate gift? It’s hard to say no to candy. Your customers and vendors will love our towers and pyramids, offering a mouthwatering mix of rich, creamy chocolates, nuts and other treats. You can also make your mark with one of our personalized business card style chocolates with your company’s name or logo. And if your company isn’t in the Doylestown area, don’t worry. Stutz’s online store allows you to order and ship from anywhere in the U.S.

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.