Miss Tiffie’s Candy Store recently opened it’s door during Eagle Days and continues to add to its selection of candy and other treats. Planned additions to the shop include a kitchen and old-fashioned soda fountain. Owner Tiffany Malloy will make many of the candies sold in house using vintage equipment.
Miss Tiffie’s Candy Store is located on First Street in historic downtown Clarksville. Be sure to stop in next time you’re visiting Clarksville for a sweet treat or one of their large selection of jams and jellies.
Louisiana Missouri is Clarksville’s big city to the North. 10 miles up the Mississippi, Louisiana is a lot like Clarksville. It’s a river town with some great working artists, eateries, city parks, and historic homes. ASL Pewter relocated from Clarksville a number of years ago to occupy a bigger historic building in downtown Louisiana.
I love visiting their shop. Browsing the old fashioned pewter-ware is fun enough, but Pat and Tom are so interesting and fun loving that I end up talking with them just as much. It never seems to trouble them to give you a tour of their workshop, and after a visit I always feel better about my attempts at a simpler life!