Dylan’s Candy Bar

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Dylan’s Candy Bar
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Dylan's Candy Bar

Choose from a variety of sweet packages, or build your own party. Packages for children ages three and up include invitations, candy decorations, balloons, paper supplies, pizza, beverages, cake, games, crafts and party favors. The Sugar Babies package, for babes celebrating their first birthday, includes everything in the basic package as well as a photographer, a cotton candy machine, an entertainer and courier service for gift delivery. Call for pricing.

 

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Venue name: Dylan’s Candy Bar
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Address: 1011 Third Ave
New York
10065
Cross street: at 60th St
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 10am–9pm; Fri, Sat 10am–11pm; Sun 11am–9pm
Transport: Subway: N, Q, R to Lexington Ave–59th St; 4, 5, 6 to 59th St
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Alvin C

What a fun place and a throwback to my youth. Tons of options on 3 floors of sweetness. The colors are impressive and sets up some good photo ops. You really want to leave the store with a little bit of everything, and you're bound to find it here. Their celebrity candy wall is quite impressive and a fun way to share the love of sweets. There are also some imported options from across the globe that makes it fun to try. If you also listen carefully, the song selections are also all related to candy, sweetness, sugar, or sometime similar. If you're going with kids, you should set a boundary with them before entering or they could go crazy! 

Adam V
tastemaker

Flagship candy store on third avenue. The main floor is typically seasonally decorated and has a comprehensive selection of most sugary snacks, generic and brand name. The upstairs has a restaurant and bar that serve shockingly sweet cocktails, and a selection of non-candy food. The downstairs has a selection of niche, old-school, and rare candy, as well as a wall of celebrity candy picks. Overall, the staff is friendly and helpful, the store, and candy bar are bright and clean, and the candy is fresh, delicious and overpriced. Worth a trip for the candy connoisseur.

Julie S
tastemaker

The Dylan's Candy Bar on the Upper East Side, is the flagship store. There are three floors of sweet candy heaven and really if you can't find it here, then it doesn't exist.  You can cure your past ten sweet cravings all at once with the amazing selection of gummy candy, jelly beans, chocolates, lollipops, chewing gum, and much, much, more. There is a cafe as well with real food like warm spinach and artichoke dip, nachos, and flatbreads. It is not just fun for the little ones, there are delicious  alcoholic drinks to enjoy as well.  They do private parties too for a variety of special occasions.