This family-run candy and ice-cream shop hasn't changed much since it opened in 1921. It still offers some of the city's finest handmade fudge, whether it comes in a box or melted over a banana split served in an old-school clamshell dish. The store is known for its turtles—chocolate-covered pecan and caramel clusters—and might be the only place in the city still selling rock candy on wooden sticks. Sandwiches and salads are available, too—but shouldn’t you treat yourself?  Although it's out of the way for most visitors, near a busy commercial intersection with little else to recommend it, it's worth a stop for dessert lovers if you're in the Bucktown/Wicker Park area.