Oceanside, CA

Nana and Pop Pop's Sweet Shop is in Oceanside, California

S. F. Mori

It is in a beautiful area by the Pacific Ocean

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Located at the picturesque area of the Oceanside Municipal Marina is a confectionary restaurant where sweets may be enjoyed while visiting the Oceanside Harbor area.

Nana and Pop Pop's Sweet Shop is at 280 Harbor Drive S. in Oceanside. They are open daily. Their hours are:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday open at 11:00 AM and close at 6:00 PM

Frida, open at 11:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM

Saturday open at 10:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM

Sunday open at 11:00 AM and close at 7:00 PM

Visitors to the Oceanside Harbor can stop in at Nana and Pop Pop's for some tasty ice cream, smoothies, or other treats. They have homemade fudge, salt water taffy, old fashioned candy, caramel apples, and other confectionary treats. They feature forty flavors of ice cream.

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Nana and Pop Pop's is a family owned business which was started in 1999. Nana is an avid crafter and professional painter in tole painting. She has used her creative talents to make custom jewelry items, which have become a favorite of customers.

The daughter of Nana and Pop's, Christina, has taken over running the shop. They are happy and feel blessed to be able to keep the business in the family.

In addition to the confectionary treats they sell, Nana and Pop Pop's sells a variety of custom made earrings, including the popular ice cream cone earrings. They also sell tee shirts, keychains, and other items.

[Website: https://osidesweets.com/; phone: 760-722-1723]

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