Ponce City Market has various restaurants alongside the neighborhood that establishes its notable food scene. This singularity remains present at Collier Candy Company. Immediately, the store has a vintage candy store aura with a retro storefront that reminisces on candy stores from the 20th century. Walking in, one can find a multitude of sweet displays with old-fashioned confections with a modern, contemporary twist. Colorful lollipops, pastel taffy, and even vintage soda bottles are presented on shelves and inside glass jars. Alongside the old-fashioned nature of the store, they have wide selection of retro candies such as candy buttons and Charleston chews. The framework of the store consists of dark, almost black steelwork. Thus, the colorful candies contrast the store’s fundament design, adding to its’ vibrant aura. This destination is undoubtedly the definition of an “old school candy shop.” If one craves indulgent confections, then Collier Candy company can satisfy any sweet-tooth with their impressive selection off delicious delights with a throwback atmosphere. The store’s space was limited and very much crowded. Since they offer a wide selection, the company requires a large space to display their merchandise, though their space is already restricted. Because of this predicament, the store is extremely crowded which results in difficulties of navigation. Regardless, the classic candy store reminded me of a renown candy company located in Historic Downtown Savannah, Georgia. Both sweet shops displayed their arrangements in a similar manner, had an alike selection of confections, and established a retro experience for their consumers.