In Spanish, many types of shops are identified with words that end in "ería". How this works is that the main product that is sold in the shop is incorporated into this word that ends in "ería".
For example, the shop in the picture to the left is a "confitería", a candy shop. The word in Spanish for "confection" is "el confite". So, from that we get the word "confitería", meaning a candy or confection shop. So, those passing by know that this shop, named La Campana, is a candy shop.
Other commonly identified types of shops are:
la heladería = the ice cream shop (el helado = the ice cream)
la zapatería = the shoe shop (el zapato = the shoe)
la cervecería = the beer shop (la cerveza = the beer)
la carnicería = the butcher shop (la carne = the meat)
la panadería = the bread shop (el pan = the bread)
la frutería = the fruit/produce shop (la fruta = the fruit)
la pastelería = the bakery/pastry shop (el pastel = the pastry)