Savannah Candy Kitchen

Candy & Sweet Shops in Savannah, GA
Candy & Sweet Shops in Savannah, GA From a mother's kitchen in Woodbine, GA to Savannah, GA, candy from the Strickland kitchen is still down home delightful. The man behind the famous Savannah, GA Candy is, Stan the candy man? Strickland. The story starts in Woodbine, Georgia. His mother worked in a candy factory in Woodbine known for their Pralines, Log Rolls, Glazed Pecans, Peanut Brittle and Divinity. At home, she was always making candy, especially during the holidays. She was an old fashioned baker who measured with the cup of her hand and always used the finest, fresh ingredients.

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225 East Rivr Street
Savannah, GA
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Savannah Candy Kitchen
read moreWe have been making candy and memories from scratch for over forty years. We consider it an honor to share our family confections with you. Savannah's Candy Kitchen has made southern confections known from coast to coast - from our famous Savannah's Original Pralines, saltwater taffy, to hand stretched peanut brittle. Whether for holidays, office parties, gifts, or just because, we have you covered with an assortment of tasty candies, cakes, and pies. Call us or order online and we will deliver to wherever you call home.
About Us
read moreThe Marshall - Named after an iconic structure on Broughton Street, the Marshall House is known for its haunted history and its time as a hospital during the Civil War. You cannot miss this towering structure in historic downtown Savannah as it looms over the surrounding buildings. Some visitors only stay in this haunting hotel to experience things that go bump in the night. The Marshall was originally built in 1851 by Mary and James Marshall, but a renovation in 1999 gave us the Marshall House we know and love today.
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