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Imagine aisle after aisle of shelves absolutely groaning with candy. This Lower East Side sweets emporium was founded in 1937 and continues to be run by the same family. Famous for its selection of long-forgotten brands of candy—Mary Jane, Mallo Cup, Black Jack—as well as novelties, chocolate (both imported and domestic) and more, this is a true candy land come to life.