Make life a little sweeter at a candy-coated art pop-up, one of the most indulgent shops in the city, and a speakeasy with a delicious twist.
SATISFY: Your Sweet Tooth (and Eye) at Bergdorf Goodman
If Robyn Blair Davidson’s candy-inspired dreamscape (in collaboration with neon studio Name Glo) doesn’t make your sweet dreams come true, we’re not sure what will. 754 Fifth Avenue (between West 57th and 58th Streets)
SNACK: On Caramels and Gummies at Dylan’s Candy Bar
You can’t not go to NYC’s premier confectionary boutique after strolling through such a mouthwatering art installation. From lip-puckering sours and bigger-than-your-face lollies to chocolate bark and pillowy truffles—this stop is worth that inevitable trip to the dentist. 1011 Third Avenue (between East 60th and 61st Streets)
SIP: Supersecret Cocktails at Storage
Here’s the scoop: Hidden inside ice cream shop UES—behind the containers of rocky road and mint chip—is a trendy, ’20s-themed speakeasy. Now all you need is the password—and the proper attire. 1707 Second Avenue (between East 88th and 89th Streets)