Sweet Rexie's is a modern day Fairfield County, Connecticut candy store filled with more than 200 selections of award winning candy and gourmet confections. You can find everything at our from the best tasting gourmet chocolate covered pretzels to red Swedish fish gummy candy to old time favorites like Mary Janes, Bit-O-Honeys and nonpareil covered chocolate wafers. It is located in historic (SoNo), Connecticut and has customers that visit this one-of-a-kind candy store from throughout Fairfield County including Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, Wilton and Fairfield. The amazing display of unique candy even draws visitors to Fairfield from Westchester County, other parts of Connecticut and New England, as it was named by Boston Magazine in 2006 and has been the recipient of numerous awards, from several Connecticut publications, since it's opening in Norwalk in 2004.
The founder of the store, Nanci Lewis, spends a lot of time attending various Fairfield and national trade shows, researching new products each year to keep the merchandise selection new and exciting. This year, the focus will be the addition of more sugar free candy selections, organic lollipops and other organic, natural candies. There will also be a more diverse selection of gourmet sauces, treats and specialty items that will be sold individually and included in new gift basket offerings. Only the best for Fairfield County! Nanci places a lot of emphasis on offering quality, fresh products in creative packaging and offering great customer service which contribute to making this South Norwalk, Fairfield County candy store worth a visit. If you want to feel like a kid in a candy store again, pay a visit to this Fairfield haven of sweet treats! It's also worth a mention that the store has the largest gumball machine you have ever seen on display in it's big storefront windows. It is a real, working gumball machine that was loaned especially for our by George Duran, host of Ham on the Street, during a taping of a candy themed show that was filmed at Sweet Rexie's and broadcast on The Food Network.