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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
The food was no better or worse than one would expect in the cafe of a candy store, BUT the servers were genuinely kind and helpful with kids ranging from 2-8 who had been traveling and sightseeing all day long. The happy hour wine was...More
Only went into this candy store as I was in the vicinity as these things (tempting as they are) are certainly not good for you. There was a multitude of various sweets (as we say in the UK) and eventually purchased a moderate bag costing...More
We were near this area so we stopped in. So much to look at. So many kinds of candy! There is the main floor and then a HUGE downstairs. It was fun to walk around and look at everything! So colorful. We did not see...More
This candy store owned by Ralph Lauren daughter is brilliant, set over two floors you will not believe your eyes at how many sweets there are plus there are toys, bedwear,cushions and more to buy.sweets can be personalised as for the cafe you will need...More
Our friends recommended Dylan's but the cafe was absolutely filthy and I am surprised that the health department hasn't closed this place down. My coffee was served in what appeared to be a used cup (moist food particles on the rim of the cup) and...More
This store was great to visit. It's location is not ideal for all tourists because of how far away it is from Time Square. The candy store on the lower and street level was impressive. The ice cream bar on top is amazing. There is...More
We'd been going to Dylan's Candy Bar for years and always loved it. We hadn't been in years and since we have kids (8-10) we decided to have dinner at the cafe. I'll say that our experience with the candy shop was amazing. The kids...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.