Slide Show: Inside Quin Candy Shop
Quin will welcome candy lovers of all ages beginning July 1.
The 180-square-foot space means plenty of interaction between customers and staff.
Jami Curl's take on Starburst-style sweets, in lemon, orange, strawberry, and cherry are illuminated by Quin's skylight.
Lollipops, caramels, chocolates, and more.
Sure, there are walk-in closets bigger than Quin, but non half as sweet.
Chocolate lovers won't be disappointed!
The still-under-construction Union Way will be home to restaurants, boutique shops, and plenty more Portland-style shopping.
After nearly eight years mastering the art of the Portland cupcake at her shops on SE Belmont and in the West End, Curl has turned to sweets both retro and modern to continue her dessert empire. At Quin, a 180-square-foot closet of a candy shop in the still-under-construction Parisian-inspired Union Way corridor between SW Stark and W Burnside, her handcrafted candies and caramels make the most of Portland's resident culinary artisans, from Steven Smith Teamaker and Water Avenue Coffee to Woodblock Chocolate and strawberries from Oregon farms.