The family who owns this retail relic has been selling candy in the LES since 1937, and the sweetest thing about it is what’s stocked on their shelves: a sugar-lovers dream. Some 2,000 candy varieties cover the place wall-to-wall in wrappers, boxes and bars that hit you like a psychedelic color explosion (even the air smells sweet). Sugar highs reach the 20-foot-tall ceiling, where the grandson of the original business owner doles out Pez dispensers, dipped orange peels (a cousin makes them), colored gummy bears by-the-pound and foreign favorites like giant Toblerones. Retro lip-smackers make for welcome surprises, in Skybars and Jewish halva (a paste made out of sesame seed that can be spread on bread). Stop by on Halloween for free treats, just be sure not to cross the path of a black cat-shaped salty licorice.