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Sweet Tart Candy Shop Pops up at Chestnut Hill’s The Street for a Month

The Street opened up a second pop-up space today, with Ronsky’s still going strong in the first space

Sweet Tart at The Street
Mike Diskin for The Street

Chestnut Hill’s The Street retail development has been getting into the pop-up game over the past year, filling a space dubbed “The Pop-Up” (3 Boylston St.) with a rotating array of businesses for a few weeks or months at a time. There have been a number of food options over the course of the year, including Kane’s Donuts, OMG! Bagels, and Rancatore’s Ice Cream & Yogurt.

Currently, The Pop-Up space is hosting Ronsky’s, a project from James Beard award-winning chef Ron Suhanosky that serves Italian-inspired cafe, breakfast, and lunch items.

With Ronsky’s slated to stay in that space at least through the end of 2016, The Street is opening up a second pop-up space, this one at 49 Boylston St. (between Pinkberry and Shake Shack). Its first occupant is a “Willy Wonka-inspired” candy shop called Sweet Tart, The Street announced today, and it’ll be around for a month. It’s under the same ownership as Sweet Tart in Newton Centre, a shop that serves frozen yogurt and more.

The pop-up location of Sweet Tart, decorated with a candy-adorned pink tree, serves up a giant array of pay-by-weight candy, from chocolate-covered gummy bears to strawberries & cream malt balls. There are also boxes of macarons from Southie-based Miam Miam Macaronerie, candy-themed apparel, and more.

Sweet Tart will be open at The Street from today (December 1) through January 2, 2017. Check it out from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and noon to 9 p.m. Sunday.

Sweet Tart at The Street
Mike Diskin for The Street

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