This candy store and ice cream parlor is on the national historic register. It has an old fashion lunch counter but no longer serves lunches. No candy is made here. The shop owner was friendly. Wilton is a sleepy town amid vast fields.
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Wilton Candy Kitchen has had a few changes but the same old fashion charm. I take my grandchildren there and they love sitting at the counter on the stools to place their order. They serve old fashion fountain drinks, shakes, sundaes and great banana splits....More
Yes, the Wilton Candy Kitchen is an historic building with a lot of tradition. But the nostalgia took us just so far. The owners came in an opened up as we waited. Our entire time was dominated by the husband owner using expletives in every...More
Took our friends from San Francisco to see the Candy Kitchen after the Founder's Day parade. We thought we'd go in for an ice cream or some candy. I had to use the rest room and our friend wanted to rinse off his hands. While...More
A visit to the Wilton Candy Kitchen is a trip back in time! The ice cream is all homemade by the owner, and you will usually find both the owner and his wife at the Kitchen! He also makes some good homemade candy! The old-fashioned...More
What a real treasure this place is!!! This quaint little shop is oodles better than any modern, trendy restaurant. The decor has hardly changed in its 100 years of operation and I am so glad. They even continue to use an old push button cash...More