Voted Small Business of the Year by the Tri-County Small Business Summit, The Sugar Shack satisfies sweet tooths and tongues with mouthwatering candy displays, homemade goodies, and thoughtful gifts. Fans of well-dressed fruit can fill empty paws with hand-dipped chocolate-covered strawberries ($10 for six). As with training for a marathon or sumo competition, sugar supporters should start small, easing their way into snack bliss with tiny treats such as Jelly Belly jellybeans ($4.50/lb.) and chocolate-covered peanuts ($4.50 for 1/2 lb.) before moving on to more challenging comestibles such as chocolate malt balls ($4.50 for 1/2 lb.) and jawbreakers ($5.99 for 1/2 lb.). In addition to display cases laden with trays of homemade white-, milk-, and dark-chocolate bites, visitors will find classic packaged candies such as Skittles and Hershey bars ($1.29–$1.59). A wealth of cheerful gifts such as 22 oz. Yankee Candles ($24.99) adorn the walls, ensuring no birthday or dog obedience-school graduation goes unappreciated.