Switch Up Your Halloween Candy Rut

It’s not only that time of year to get costume hunting but candy gobbling and shopping too. The few kiddies in your East Village walk-up are bound to be knocking on your door come Halloween. And, instead of the same-old run of the mill sweet finds found at your local Walgreens like traditional candy corn, twix bars and Reeses peanut butter cups, how ‘bout you take a trip down memory lane, show the littles something fresh and swoop up this years seasonal sugary mix at Lower East Side’s, Economy Candy? Get your candy swagger on and check out Joonbug’s Top 5 Vintage Candy Picks to fill your buckets with this Halloween 2013:

Joonbug's Quick Guide to Easter Candy!

Where you can find the most fun and easy Easter treats in NYC this year? Here is Joonbug’s Unique Guide to Easter Treats, with just a few days left until Easter to spare:

Varsano’s Chocolate: Delicious local treats, beautifully packaged, and not Godiva prices.

Citarella Market: Scoop up the $12.99 boxes of astonishingly beautiful Easter cookies at this bakery. They're truly GORGEOUS and perfect when you’re stopping by for Easter dinner or brunch where they’ll be tons of kids around!

Restaurant Review: Momofuku Bakery and Milk Bar

Momofuku Bakery and Milk Bar
207 Second Avenue (at 13th Street)
New York, NY 10003 (212) 254-3500

Price: Cheap
Mon-Fri 8am - Midnight
Sat & Sun 9am – Midnight

With his Momofuku family of restaurants (Ko, Ssäm Bar, and Noodle Bar) now a fixture on the NYC dining scene, life’s already sweet for chef/restaurateur David Chang. So when his newest venture, Momofuku Bakery and Milk Bar, opened to raves, it was just the icing on the cake. A celebration of all things sugary, Bakery and Milk Bar offers everything from American classics like Chocolate Cake ($5), to the exotic Arnold Palmer Cake, made from an ingenious blend of unique ingredients (iced tea jelly, lemon mascarpone cream, and almond tea crunch).

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