Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Candy Store

Dylans Candy Store is rumored to be the largest Candy store in New York. It is a three story building filled from top to bottom with CANDY! My chocolate senses were tingling a block away!!! It was such a cool store. I would recommend it to anyone who is visiting NY City. (3rd & 60th Sts).

We thought this was funny that Pia and her mom came all the way from Germany to visit NY and the "Candy Grass" was imported from Germany!

This is Pia!

Shelves were filled with different shapes and sizes of Gummi candy. I thought this one was the strangest!

Even the lights of the store were in the shape of lollypops!

I loved the T-shirts

Pia tried to get Ahren to try on candy PJs. He wouldn't do it, but did pose for the photo!

I thought Preppy would like the candy rain boots!

What a cool way to take a Bubble Bath!!

Todd made me take these photos!!

NO! I didn't buy them!

I didn't get the impression that Pia understood the meaning behind this Tshirt!!

I thought the bugs on the lollypops were cute.
I have more photos from our NY trip. Another post will be coming soon!

7 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. That candy shop looks much better than the Hershey one! Very cool!

  2. It looks amazing and a fun place to visit! Have fun! I am glad you answered my question about buying the undies.

  3. I love that candy store! So funny the candy grass can't say I have seen that here in Germany umm maybe they make it here and ship all to US. Looks like you had a great time.

  4. The candy was way to expensive to buy, so I cannot compare it to Hershey or German chocolate!

  5. What a fun store! It looks like you all had a great time.

  6. Great pictures from the candy shop! LOVED the boots!!! Pia is adorable and looked like a good time was had by all. xoxo

  7. Way very cool... I completely missed this store when I was in NYC last year and just had a friend go there last week and tell me all about it. Next time, for sure. Those were some FUN things that she... neglected to mention.


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