You won't want to leave when you go here, there is not a sweetie they don't have, in a rainbow of colours. With a cafe right at the top ... lush! There is no way you can visit and not spend silly amounts of money...More
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Wow, I've never seen so much candy in my life. You name it, they have it. Pretty crowded early evening. Candy can be expensive, beware if you take your kiddos in. Colorful, fun and upbeat atmosphere.
Grab a tub and away you go.... Get filling and fit in as much as you can for a set tub price. Great gift ideas and the kids love it. Not the cheapest idea but hey it is a treat after all! Gets very busy,...More
We went to Dylan's Candy Bar as it looked very cosy from the outside. Everything looked jammy so we ended up purchasing a bag of jelly and soft candies.The price we payed was outrageous, a real rip off! In addition the sweets were horrible, the...More
Little overwhelming when you walk in. Candy EVERYWHERE! Fun to come with children or if the child inside of you wants to come out. Tons of candy - gummies and self serve scoops available. Personalized and 3D candies can be made downstairs. There is candy...More
Candy, candy and more candy!! A nice restaurant upstairs for some light kid friendly fare (Burgers, Chicken Nuggets, etc.) Great milkshakes! Great place to return to when on the upper east side.
Worth a quick pop-in just for the sheer spectacle but SO expensive. Buy from a drug store instead ...
While the atmosphere was fun and festive, the cafe seemed very disorganized. We were there for a late lunch on a Saturday to celebrate my daughter's birthday. It took a long time to be seated and to receive our food. Also the food that was...More
Super fun candy store on the Upper East Side. It's one of those places where you go even though your metabolism can't handle it because it's such an exciting and vivid flashback to your childhood. It is, however, a huge tourist trap and incredibly busy...More