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  • [Question] Chocolate covered strawberries

    My sister and I have been discussing where is the best place in DL/DCA to find and purchase chocolate covered strawberries....thanks much

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    Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

    Well, I know they have them in Critter Country at the Candy shop there. Not sure if the Candy Palace on Main Street sells them. The candy store in DCA - part of the Greetings From California shop right near the entrance has them.

    I haven't had any of them, but they sure look good!
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      Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

      i think i wanna say there were also at that fruit stand thing in adventureland. i remember seeing the sign, but all there was was a tub of ice but next time! i will get those strawberries
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      • #4
        Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

        Your best bet is a Marcelline's Confectionery in Downtown Disney!!

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        • #5
          Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

          I've always bought them on Main Street. They sure are delicious! )


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          • #6
            Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

            I got one once from the Candy Store in DCA and it was rolled in roasted, chopped almonds! Not to mention it was huge!! I thought it was really good. I looked again at Christmastime but they were not there.. :0( I guess it might be seasonal at that shop.
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            • #7
              Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

              Strawberrys in all the Candy stores are seasonal, and btw, the candy shop in DCA is called Poppy Room.

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              • #8
                Re: Chocolate covered strawberries

                They are delicious and big but still overpriced. If you really want chocolate covered strawberries, I'd suggest just making them yourself at home and then bringing them into the park!




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