Sweet Emotion
Notes on the Scene at Dylan’s Candy Bar

Dylan’s Candy Bar
801 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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It’s Friday. You made it. Congratulations. Have some candy.

Yup, now would be a good time to unwrap Dylan’s Candy Bar, the new cavity capital of South Beach and home to all sorts of nougaty/sugary/spiked shake goodness. Below, all the important notes you need to know about the scene here… presented in bite-size form.

Seek out the old Ghirardelli building on Lincoln Road. Or if you’re not familiar with the city’s historical chocolate landmarks, it’s the bi-level space that looks like a bunch of Skittles.

So yeah, hope you like fuchsia. Because the colors here, they’re bright. And striped. And swirled. And everywhere. And… maybe have some Advil handy.

There’s candy on the wallpaper. Just don’t lick it. It’s going to taste like wallpaper.

They’ve got 5,000 different kinds of sweets here. But if you could only pick one, it’d be their proprietary milk chocolate bacon bar. Because… bacon.

Valentine’s Day. That’s a thing that’s soon. Might want to swing by and get something special for a special someone here. Like a solid five-pound chocolate bar that comes in its own briefcase.

Downstairs is where they keep the red velvet milkshakes.

The milkshakes—that’s where they’ll hide the rum. Well, starting next week. Until then, you’ll have to sneak in your own.
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