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Friday, November 1
Enjoy scones as magical as the decor, sandwiches, salads and treats with optional fairy wings and glitter at a whimsical tea house inspired by Alice in Wonderland. Choose from hundreds of teas served in charming mismatching pots and cups. Gets crowded on weekends and reservations only available for groups 6+, call ahead or go early to beat the crowds (or take the scones to go for a Central Park picnic).
Candy lovers go bonkers at a whimsical Willy Wonka factory with an oversized lollipop tree, candy cane columns, dripping chocolate shelves, kaleidoscopic candy wallpaper and candy-embedded staircases – it even has a candy-themed soundtrack. Shop over 7,000 confections, including Dylan’s Candy Bar (private label) products, a large assortment of rare American nostalgic favorites, novelty items, imported specialty sweets and candy-inspired lifestyle product from stationery to technology, toys to plush, jewelry to handbags, scented body lotions to sweaters. Seated dining avaialble at the Ice Cream & Dessert Parlor.
Walk by, under and through massive equine sculptures by French sculptor Jean-Marie Appriou. These surreal silvery sentinels at the entrance to Central Park, inspired by the carriage horses and gilded monument of William Tecumseh Sherman on horseback nearby, evoke fantastical beasts with hybrid characteristics and human qualities – a daunting gateway formed by an armor-clad warrior, a forest of legs of entwined lovers and a sphinx-like mystic seated on its haunches and draped in an embellished cape.
This rustic playground hosts an amazing 45-foot granite slide nestled into a rocky hill, bucket and tire swings, and an amphitheater and miniature stone bridge made of natural materials like plants, stone, and wood at a child’s scale.
This small, authentic French café and patisserie tucked away off Madison Avenue serves delicious pastries, sandwiches, macarons, hot chocolate and more. Limited seating among cute decor in a pretty historic district
Lunch on brunch on seasonal dishes that reflect elements of the diverse cultures of Asia in the modern, glass-enclosed space filled with light, flowering vines, trees, and art. Gorgeous bento boxes.
Tuesday—Sunday, 11:30 am—3 pm