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Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at This Nostalgic, Two-Story General Store

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Delighting folks since 1988, Eggemeyer’s General Store is a little slice of heaven right in the heart of the historic downtown district of San Angelo, Texas. It’s a nostalgic general store reminiscent of the old soda fountain shops with unique one-0f-a-kind items that span across this two-story, authentic gem.

From vintage toys that bring back childhood memories to rare antiques, not to mention homemade fudge to satisfy any sweet tooth, this family-owned crown jewel has something for everyone. It’s a must to add to your traveling bucket list as you don’t want to miss visiting this Texas treasure.

Sweets Galore

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at This Nostalgic, Two-Story General Store

Photo: Facebook.com/Eggemeyers General Store

From decadent homemade fudge to jams, jellies, honey, and candy galore, you’re sure to satisfy your sweet tooth craving with a visit to Eggemeyer’s.

Homemade truffles in a variety of flavors are sure to light up the kid in just about anyone with a craving for anything chocolate. Throw in an old fashion root beer float from the soda fountain and it’s like you’ve stepped back in time to the simpler times of yesteryear.

Family-Owned

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at This Nostalgic, Two-Story General Store

Photo: Facebook.com/Eggemeyers General Store

This Texas gem is family-owned. “Bobby and Karen Eggemeyer began their original store, the County Depot, in 1983 in Wall,” shares their website. In 1988, they moved the general store to San Angelo where, along with their three children, they began to grow the business from the ground up.

The family did most of the work themselves. “From sandblasting the burned ceiling to laying floors… Of the three Eggemeyer kids, the youngest, Eric, is a full-time employee for the business,” mentions their website. It’s a true sentiment to the spirit of entrepreneurship that has built its success by capturing the hearts of visitors and its community for decades with its nostalgic treasures, and it’s still going strong.

Christmas Time is Here

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth at This Nostalgic, Two-Story General Store
Photo: Facebook.com/Eggemeyers General Store

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