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It's never too late to give a gift that's actually three gifts containing a multitude of other gifts—like a set of Russian nesting dolls filled with ball bearings. For $25, you get one Gingerbread Holiday Stacker from the world-famous Dylan's Candy Bar, a $40 value. This triple-tiered package is stacked with sweets and comes topped with a first-place blue ribbon and holiday bell powerful enough to get snow angels their wings and make newborn babies salivate for the first time.
In the base-camp box of this candied mountain is a large cube stuffed to the corners with white-chocolate-covered pretzels. These salty and sweet combinations prove that nothing tastes better than opposites attracting. Move up the hill to mystery box #2, where you'll find more confectioneries consumed by all-devouring white chocolate. This time, the fortunate victims are Oreo cookies; each one is engulfed in white magic and topped with crushed candy canes that dance on your tongue like wooden clogs on bubble wrap. The top layer is probably the first one that will be accessed by rogue archaeologists from the future, and is therefore the most decadent. Here you'll uncover slabs of graham cracker coated in milk chocolate with a zigzagging of white chocolate. In all, you're looking at about a foot and a pound of treats. It's a tower of candy both for the eyes and the belly.
Exchange your Groupon for the goods between December 22 and December 24 at noon at the massive Upper East Side location. After December 24, your Groupon will self-fold into a paper airplane and fly into the nearest open flame. There is no limit, so pick up as many as you can carry. Walk down the street with a sight-blocking stack of boxes that will invariably end in hilarious calamity. Or just bring some helper monkeys along to ensure that your boxed treasures safely arrive in the hands of your favorite secretary, best friend, or trusted family psychic.
- i've been to Dylan's quite a few times and always love it. they have a great selection of candy and their desserts or amazing! it's a really cute store and everyone is always friendly and cheery. – citychic06, Citysearch
- Truly a candy lovers paradice- definitly a one stop, all inclusive treat spot [sic]. – Clawdog, Citysearch
- When I first stepped in, I felt as if I finally got my dream come true I had shrunken and fit inside my game Candy Land. – Cadma, Yahoo! Local
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1011 3rd Ave
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