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Snacks galore at Navy Pier!

June 13, 2012

With all the exciting things Navy Pier has to offer, strolling up and down the Pier can be tiring.  Luckily, Navy Pier is lined with delicious options for snacks to keep you going throughout the day!


Satisfy the sweet tooth!

Got a sweet tooth you need to satisfy, and then head over to Ryba’s Fudge Shops for mouth-watering treats that will indulge your sweeter side.  Another option is the iCandy Sugar Shoppe, great for kids of all ages, including you! They’ve got a selection of retro candies that will bring out the kid in anyone. They’re also stocked with weird candies like Strawberry Bacon Gummis and a 5 pound Gummi Bear that will be sure to fill up any tummy.  And for those who couldn’t make it to Navy Pier, iCandy Sugar Shoppe has gift baskets to bring home to let them enjoy some fun, too!


Completely Nuts!

Looking for something a little healthier? Look for Completely Nuts for a fresh, light snack to keep your trip to Navy Pier going and going. With a delicious selection of roasted almonds, peanuts, pecans and cashews, you’ll be sure to get something everyone will enjoy snacking on.


Auntie Anne’s
Try an Auntie Anne’s pretzel; the aroma coming from the store will draw you in while you’re walking past! Watch them being hand rolled right in front of you then choose from any of their many flavors, complimented with their famous homemade lemonade, it’s the perfect portable treat.


Garrett Popcorn Shops

We can’t forget to mention one of Chicago’s favorite snacks stops: Garrett Popcorn Shops. Garrett’s has been a tradition for 60 years and every batch is made fresh just for you with only the best ingredients.  Come check out why it’s still a favorite and make one of the other snack shops one of your must-haves at the Pier!


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