Candy Stores

If you travel with children, you have to visit a candy store. If you left your children at home, candy stores are an ideal place to buy gifts to give them when you return from your trip.

Dylan's Candy Bar

In 2001, the daughter of the famous fashion designer Ralph Lauren managed to merge her History of the Art studies, her love for Andy Warhol paintings and the advice from FAO Schwarz Candy Department manager to open a 1400m2 store which features more than 4000 different kinds of candy. The store is also inspired by the film Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. Different shapes and colors blend in the store which offers original packaging and welcomes both children and adults.

Where: 3rd Ave & 60th St
Subway: Yellow line. Stop: Lexington Ave/ 59th ST N-R Green Line: Stop: 59th St (4-5-6)


This store is packed to the gills with candies (both in bulk and in packages) and although the place is not decorated in a creative way, you will find an extensive selection of candies both vintage and modern. Indeed, the store features from low price “nostalgic” treats, to mega lollipops and an array of chocolate bars.

Where: 108 Rivington St. (Lower East Side)
Subway:Orange line. Stop: 2nd Ave F

Economy Candy

This is a huge candy store featuring pop décor and music. You´ll see cupcake and donut-shaped cushions and a variety of colorful candies. The place is spacious and invites the customers to take their time to browse the extensive array of candy.

Where: 665 Broadway St.

It’s the oldest chocolate shop in Manhattan, they’ve been pleasing their clients’ taste buds since 1923 with their classic bonbons and flavors.
Subway:Green LineStop: Bleecker St. (6)

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