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If Willy Wonker had a brother he'd own a store like this.
Imagine every type of candy or sweet from your childhood up to the present day and you'll find it in this store. A dream store for anybody with a sweet tooth.
Store not busy. Massive line at checkout. Very dirty and dated. Receipt wrong. Charged me 16.00 For 0.2 pound of candy. Didn't notice it until we left. Went for cookies. would not take cash at the checkout. Had to run my card 4 times before...More
One of the reasons to visit New York was to visit Dylan’s, what a disappointment it was . We booked a table in the bar but in reality there is no difference between the bar area and restaurant area so that’s misleading. When we arrived...More
We stumbled across Dylan's Candy bar upon leaving Bloomingdale's looking for a place to have lunch we stepped inside to get out of the rain. We were amazed to see that this was not only an amazing sweet shop but had a lovely cafe on...More
Visited here as wanted to get some gifts for friends and family who love candy.The shop downstairs was amazing every sweet you could think of and the decor was fabulous.The staff were also very helpful which made the shopping experience much better especially the sales...More
My daughter & I have just returned from Dylan's Candy Bar, NYC & were MASSIVELY DISAPPOINTED with the whole eating experience. I booked through Resy after seeing the enticing photos of DCB on Instagram. We arrived at the restaurant at 7.45pm & were told by...More
I go to Dylan’s Candy Bar every year with friends. Why? Because it is such a great place to go and I always enjoy myself there and never leave unhappy. The service there is very nice. You can even go upstairs and go to like...More
For a long time my girl wanted to visit this store. Finally during our NYC we took her here. She was crazy about everything. The staff is very nice and the place is just beautiful. It is worth the visit.
Stopped into the flagship Dylan’s while in NYC. Three level store, with a million different variety of candies, and many novelty gifts. Loved the “Grease” collection, and the Jewish collection of ornaments, candies, and other trinkets! The third floor has a cafe, which we didn’t...More
Combining quiet residential neighbourhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighbourhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.
If you're staying in Times Square ... try The View (atop the Marriott) ... do the buffet version, better for kids and the wallet. Reservations recommended. The restaurant rotates giving you great views of the city ... the... More
If you're staying in Times Square ... try The View (atop the Marriott) ... do the buffet version, better for kids and the wallet. Reservations recommended. The restaurant rotates giving you great views of the city ... the kids will love it. Try to go just before sunset to get the best views, but not that as it rotates there will be moments where the sun is an annoyance.