Langhorne

Quality Candy, Gifts, and Chocolates Since 1938

For more than eight decades, the name Stutz has been synonymous with top quality chocolate, fudge, nuts and other homemade candy delicacies. After five generations, we’re still operating three stores – two in Bucks County, one at the Jersey shore – that make candy the old-fashioned way. Stop by and taste for yourself.

Visit our Old-Style Candy Shop near Langhorne PA

You can find our candy at our three locations in the Philadelphia area:

  • Warrington, at 1354 Easton Road (or Route 611)
  • Hatboro, at 400 S. Warminster Road.
  • Ship Bottom, NJ, at 2504 Long Beach Island

But if for some reason you can’t make it to one of our stores, don’t worry. You can order boxed chocolate, fudge, peanut brittle and other treats online. It never closes, so you can order some candy whenever a craving strives.

All the same, there’s nothing quite like an in-person visit to one of our charming brick and mortar candy shops, where you’ll find an overwhelming display of gift boxes, milk and dark chocolate, homemade fudge and seasonal treats.

What we sell at our candy shop near Langhorne PA

Our stores sell:

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 Langhorne

 Are you searching for the perfect gift for your vendors and customers? Why not give the gift of chocolate. Stutz lets you bring your corporate gift-giving to new heights with our custom business card chocolates with your company’s name or logo.If you want to go a different route, try our towers and pyramids, a rich mix of chocolate, nuts and other treats. And if your business isn’t near one of our stores, don’t worry. We can ship anywhere in the U.S.

About Langhorne— Bucks County, PA

The borough of Langhorne was founded in the 17th century when a settler by the name of Jack Alexander built his home in the area. From that point forward, the road that ran through the region became a major transportation center between Trenton and Philadelphia. The historic district contains the former Langhorne Library, Joseph Richardson House, and Tomlinson-Huddleston House, all of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. "Langhorne" is loosely used to describe the surrounding area, which covers much of Middletown Township. One of the area's biggest tourist attractions, Sesame Place, is located nearby the Oxford Valley Mall in Langhorne. The theme park has created a small tourism culture in the area, causing hotels and other hospitality business, to spring up in the area.