Natalie's Candy Bar – Dallas-Ft. Worth International Airport
Located within the best part of the airport—Terminal D—sits a self-serve candy shop boasting more than 300 different kinds of sweets and treats. They’re proud of their more conventional options, but they also have plenty of candies that will take you for a stroll down memory lane. Sweet, sour, and everything in between is available for your snacking pleasure, and of course there’s plenty of chocolate too.
Candy's Corner – Brussels Airport
When you think of chocolates Belgium just might come to mind, and that’s why they’re ready to fill you up at the airport before you depart from Brussels. The airport’s candy shop is located with the main airport terminal, and they promise everything from chocolate squares to chewing gum. Fancy truffles are always a good pick, but we’re suckers for anything sweet with a foreign label that features nutrition information in foreign units of measure.
Vosges Haut-Chocolat – Chicago-O’Hare International Airport
There’s something a little more unique available within the B Concourse of Terminal 1, and we’re talking about bacon-flavored chocolate bars. The options here are certainly a change of pace from the typical box of chocolates, but we say you can’t go wrong with a gourmet chocolate block that has hints of curry and coconut. Traditionalists can simply pick up one of their signature purple ribbon-wrapped boxes of truffles, and there are even plenty of cookies and exotic cocoa mixes. Selecting something here might just be your ticket out of the doghouse if you’re flying around February 14.