Generations have stepped into Westwood property for a bit of sugar. In business since 1928, Conrad’s Confectionery has pleased one sweet tooth after another. The store room shelves display a tasty array of chocolates and other candies. For decades a steady stream of customers come in during regular hours with crowds drawn in around the holidays.
Resident Westwood property chocolatiers take their job seriously. Only the best and freshest ingredients are used to create pure deliciousness. The selection seems endless from traditional boxes of milk chocolates, dark chocolates and combinations too. There's chocolate covered pretzels to get you in a twist. Chocolate covered Oreos have a cookie crunch. Carmels are delightfully gooey and folks are known to go a bit crazy over candies with nuts.
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Confections are extra special during the holidays. Candy filled heart shaped boxes are perfect for presenting to loved ones on Valentine’s Day. Chocolate bunnies and colorful jelly beans add a bit of whimsy to Easter baskets. Foiled chocolate leaves, jack o’lanterns and skulls add festivity to fall. Thanksgiving goodies on the shelves are shaped like turkeys and pumpkins. When Christmas is close Conrad’s Confectionery is filled to the brim. Traditional Christmas candies are bought to stuff in stockings and chocolate covered Santas seem to have a sparkle in their eyes.
It’s easy to cool off when the weather warms with homemade ice cream. Families often treat themselves to a scoop or two of their favorite flavors. Popular selections include black raspberry, lemon, butter pecan and coffee chip. Those seeking something different often indulge in Folk Song Mule, a combination of peanut butter, chocolate chips and graham crackers. There’s plenty of room to sit inside for a while and soak up the ambiance. Others walk up to the Westwood real estate pick up window and grab a lemon or coconut ice cream to go.
Conrad’s Confectionery is open everyday but Sunday making practically anytime the right time for a bit of chocolate. Declared the “Best Chocolate in Bergen County” the shop is easily found at 107 Westwood Avenue.