Friday, January 14, 2011

Now Open: Campus Candy

Posted By on Fri, Jan 14, 2011 at 3:18 PM

Students stock up on all things saccharine at the new Campus Candy.
  • Students stock up on all things saccharine at the new Campus Candy.

A new candy emporium called Campus Candy has opened at 910 E. University Blvd., and if you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’re going to want to drop whatever you’re doing and get down there.

The place draws you in with its beautiful elliptical counters, curvaceous tables and row after row of cylindrical candy dispensers. There are more than 500 candies to choose from and a frozen-yogurt station sort of hidden near the rear of the store. All the candy is priced the same too, so you can just walk along filling your bag full of sugary goodness with nary a care in the world.

It’s really worth a trip down there just to see owner Mark Tarnofsky holding court over the place. I’m not sure if that man is riding the crest of a super-intense sugar high, or if he’s always that enthusiastic, but dude is definitely all about the candy.

Check out the store’s website for more information.

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