Dylan's Candy Bar

Shopping, Chocolate and candy Union Square
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Dylan's Candy Bar
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Satisfying your sweet tooth at Dylan’s Candy Bar is a quintessential New York experience. The first store opened in NYC in 2001, and ever since, tons of locations have expanded across America. So isn’t it about time that our fair city got another DCB too? Hell yeah! The shop behind all things tasty just opened a third, trendier storefront in Union Square, and we’re convinced Willy Wonka would be jealous. Featuring giant spinning illuminated candy canes, color-changing rock candies and enormous lollipop trees set in a sleek black and glittery atmosphere, this outpost caters to hip downtown-cool folk looking to oblige their next sugar rush. While the decor is new and improved, you’ll still find the same mouthwatering gummies and chocolate-covered pretzels you’ve drooled over since day one. But we think new additions like the Mean Girls collection comprising “Is Butter a Carb” popcorn ($6) and “Burn Book” cookies ($6) are so “fetch.”


Venue name: Dylan's Candy Bar
Address: 33 Union Square West
Price: $
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Super cool candy store with candy art on the walls and set into the stairs. The amount of choice is overwhelming and if you can't find anything you like here then you are fussy! They had items for all price ranges, nostalgic sweets and a rainbow coloured wall of candy dispensers. There is also a cafe on the top floor which I didn't visit, but assume sells lots of sweet treats.


I mean, its exactly what you'd expect. It's a candy store! The staff is very friendly and it's fun to just walk around and pretend you're a tourist.