Jun 29 at 2:06pm

Enjoy Jordan’s Sweet Shoppe and Macaron by Patisse, both in The Woodlands, in honor of Candy Month

by Lorrie Parise

June is candy month, and never let it be said that I don’t love sweets.  The Woodlands is home to Jordan’s Sweet Shoppe which is a candy store featuring more than 1,100 different types of candies along with "vintage” treats that were popular brands from the 50s to the 90s. The Sweet Shoppe also features an ice cream parlor and gift shop all rolled into one sweet delicacy.

Greg Witkop opened Jordan’s Sweet Shoppe in 2015 at Creekside Park Village Green, next to Crust Pizza.

"We think the best experience for shoppers is when they walk down memory lane and reminisce about the candy they loved growing up and then create new memories with their own children,” said Greg Witkop, who named the store after his fiancée. "We are so honored to be able to be a part of that experience.”

My sweet tooth doesn’t stop there. Another special secret in The Woodlands is Macaron by Patisse, situated across from Restaurant Row in Hughes Landing. The Macarons are made in-house on a daily basis.  It makes me feel better to say that these sweets are gluten free and only 50 calories each. Try their catering department and order macaron towers or customize your macarons.  If you would like to try to bake yourself, Macaron by Patisse also offers baking classes.

"Besides the award-winning design of the boutique, the macarons speak for themselves,” says Sukaina Rajani, the owner of Macaron by Patisse.  "Each one is very true to flavor.  We could blindfold you, and you could tell us what flavor you are enjoying.  That’s what makes our macarons so fabulous.”

For more information, visit www.macaronbypatisse.com or stop by 1950 Hughes Landing Blvd., Suite 1775.

For more details on Jordan’s Sweet Shoppe, call 281-255-2006 or stop by 26400 Kuykendahl Road, Suite a130.

 

 

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“We think the best experience for shoppers is when they walk down memory lane and reminisce about the candy they loved growing up." -Greg Witkop, owner of Jordan's Sweet Shoppe

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