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Dylan’s Candy Bar

Dylan's Candy Bar

November 1, 2019 @ 10:00 am - December 31, 2020 @ 9:00 pm

Dylan’s Candy Bar

1011 Third Ave at East 60th Street
New York    + Google Map

FREE

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.

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