What is Fuzziwig’s Candy Shop and Ginna’s Cafe at SCHEELS?


With SCHEELS officially open, that means there are many new specialty shops available. While they are all worth covering, there are two that stick out because they serve the heart and soul of what this blog was built upon… food.

Let’s go over two of the dining options available at the city’s newest retail store.

Fuzziwig’s Candy Shop

One of the first sights you will see as you walk into the main entrance of SCHEELS is Fuzziwig’s Candy Shop. It has taken center stage and is found in the middle of the store. What some people may not know is that Fuzziwig’s Candy Shop has the largest footprint of any candy shop in all the SCHEELS locations.

There you will find a variety of colorful candy options to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth. Whether you prefer chocolate or sour candies, the candy shop will feature plenty of options to choose from. If fudge and ice cream are your thing, they have that too and it’s dang good.

My daughter’s personal favorite is the gummy bears that are shaped like Legos. We literally get around a pound on every visit.

Here’s the ice cream and sundae menu.

Ginna’s Café & Coffee Shop

Towards the back of SCHEELS, you’ll find Ginna’s Café & Coffee Shop.

You will be able to decide from a wide variety of coffee and specialty drinks and food. The Ginna’s Café menu will feature gourmet soups, sandwiches, salads, and more. There’s truly a bit of everything for those looking for a place to dine while shopping at the mall.

I’d be remiss not to mention their jerky you can buy by the half pound for $15. Our personal favorite is the Cajun flavor.

We have yet to try the full menu selection at Ginna’s Café, but rest assured we will be back as soon as we can to give those pizzas and sandwiches a try.

Stay tuned for more.

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