See’s chocolate has been making quality chocolate and candy Mary See’s way for over 90 years. Mary takes pride in her recipes using only the finest quality ingredients. Originally from California, See’s started off from one chocolate shop to over 200 across the country.
See’s candies are also available at its stores in a number of airports in the United States. There are also stores outside the U.S. in Hong Kong, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, and Macau, taking advantage of the proximity to San Francisco International Airport. See’s also has an online store.
As they continue to grow, they pride themselves in keeping the quality consistent to the original fresh recipes. Quality without compromise is and will always be their motto. Also, all their products are gluten-free!
Be on the lookout for their seasonal deliciousness too! One of their newest delicacy is their Caramel Apple Scotchmellow. Another hit is their California Brittle, as well as their multi-flavored lollipops.
Fun fact: In 1952, Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance spent a half day at the See’s Candies store on La Cienega Boulevard in Los Angeles, learning to dip chocolates and work the production line, in preparation for the “Job Switching” episode of I Love Lucy. The episode, which featured Lucy and Viv getting jobs in a chocolate factory, became one of the most popular in the show’s history!
Check them out in their west village location – 60 west 8th street.