Things You Might Not Know About Dylan's Candy Bar

Things You Might Not Know About Dylan's Candy Bar

This candy land has sweets to satisfy any craving. (Courtesy Dylan's Candy Bar)

Dylan’s Candy Bar, the boutique candy store founded in 2001 by Dylan Lauren—fashion designer Ralph Lauren’s daughter—is known worldwide for being a fun, fashionable place to shop for sweets. New York City is home to three Dylan’s Candy Bar locations, including its flagship store on the Upper East Side.

Here are some sweet tidbits you might now know about these Dylan's Candy Bar locations:

 

Dylan's Raises the Bar

With more than 7,000 confections—from the U.S. and around the world—Dylan’s Candy Bar offers the largest selection of sweets in one convenient location. In addition to jelly beans, gummies, chocolates and more, Dylan’s Candy Bar has several signature collections including; Crayola, Wonder Woman and the luxurious Gold Collection featuring premium Belgian chocolates.

 

Shop Sweets for a Cause

Among Dylan's Candy Bar's signature collections is Dylan's Candy BarN—a series of sweets where 15 percent of each sale is donated directly to the Dylan’s Candy BarN charity. This granting foundation, created by Dylan Lauren, is committed to supporting animal welfare organizations in need of sponsorship and awareness that help with placing animals in good homes, educating pet owners on proper care and assisting rescue efforts.

 

Dylan's Isn't Just For Kids

While Dylan’s Candy Bar is kid- and family-friendly, grownups don’t need to have a little one in tow to have a blast at this candy shop. Adults can appreciate the wide selection of nostalgic treats that will take any generation back to a sweeter time. This is a go-to spot for candy from your childhood like Razzles to Wax Lips and Big Hunks to Idaho Spuds. The flagship location in New York’s Upper East Side also boasts a café and bar. Make a reservation for brunch and enjoy savory offerings—burgers, sandwiches, flatbreads and more—while sipping on some cocktails made with chocolate, candy or candy-infused booze.

 

For more sweet facts about Dylan's Candy Bar, check out this article on wheretraveler.com

 

Enjoy a sweet and savory brunch at Dylan Candy Bar's Upper East Side location. (Courtesy Dylan's Candy Bar)

 

Add new comment