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Lexington Candy Shop



1226 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10028

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(212) 288-0057

Hours

  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: Closed
  • Saturday: Closed

Cuisine: Breakfast and Brunch, Sandwich Shops


4.6 of 5.0 from 73 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Lexington Candy Shop Reviews

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  • Paige C.I'm seriously wondering how this place manages to stay in business with its overpriced food/drinks and poor service. There are much better options all over the neighborhood.

    22222 by Paige C.


  • Michael SBest pancakes in the entire world.

    55555 by Michael S


  • Seline JungDelicious French toast in a classic diner. Extensive menu but pricey. Cash only tipping.

    55555 by Seline Jung


  • Greg P.The cinnamon raisin French toast was too sweet. Also the Arnold Palmer was nothing special and definitely not worth the $8.50!!!!!! Service was good and the food came out quickly. I would not return.

    33333 by Greg P.


  • Rebecca P.Grilled cheese does not disappoint. Try their new local hot sauce alternative Pop Sauce on your sandwich!

    55555 by Rebecca P.


  • Emma JAmazing pancakes and fresh orange juice

    55555 by Emma J


  • Brandon S.The blueberry pancakes are delicious

    55555 by Brandon S.


  • Yao Sクラシックパンケーキ、ベーコン、ブルーベリーなど追加可能、ミルクシェークもおすすめの

    55555 by Yao S


  • Carlos DMuy buen lugar, al viejo estilo americano, huevos y pancakes deliciosos/such a good place, old fashion American way, the scrambled eggs and the pancakes were delicious.

    55555 by Carlos D


  • Lele EGet the French toast with maple syrup – it's delicious. If you're with a friend split one serving so it doesn't go cold, you get a lot of food on your plate.

    55555 by Lele E


  • María F.EL dinner de NY. No os dejéis pasar por allí un día para un desayuno... Merece la pena conocer el local y a su personal.

    55555 by María F.


  • Nitzan HGreat pancakes!!

    55555 by Nitzan H


  • Frank JSolid food but quite expensive.

    55555 by Frank J


  • Emre MWalnut cinnamon raisin French toast.

    55555 by Emre M


  • Emma CThe omelette was excellent! Tasty chocolate as well, not too crowded, great diner! Servers are really nice and helpful!

    55555 by Emma C


  • Sean NickleyA tad pricey but reliably good food

    55555 by Sean Nickley


  • Michele BEverything! Atmosphere, eggs perfectly cooked, toast perectly toasty. Smiling faces in the middle of the city. No smug UES service here.

    55555 by Michele B


  • Frederik GVery authentic NY Diner with yummy pancakes with crispy edges.

    55555 by Frederik G


  • Clémentine PDelicious milkshake ❤️

    55555 by Clémentine P


  • Amar CThe last american breakfast bar near the Met. Make a stop on the museum Hill.

    55555 by Amar C


  • Sean NickleyGood, if a little pricey

    55555 by Sean Nickley


  • Scott MOld fashioned soda fountain, try the cherry

    55555 by Scott M


  • Mary P.Really great pancakes!

    55555 by Mary P.


  • Christian D.Had a Bacon Cheeseburger and wasn't impressed, a little boring. I have had many much better burgers over the years. The chocolate malt was good (and too much) but also not very special in my mind.

    33333 by Christian D.


  • Sonny K.Pancake and French toast

    55555 by Sonny K.


  • Luis FBanana pancackes, recommended.

    55555 by Luis F


  • Alison BDelicious, but beware. Tips in cash only. After not mentioning this, they claimed they're "not good at" the credit machine and won't void to add it. Sooo no tip for my waitress. Your loss friends.

    22222 by Alison B


  • CailinJust the right amount of old school surly.

    55555 by Cailin


  • Maryam A.The milkshake. They make their own syrups and they're delicious.

    55555 by Maryam A.


  • Sean NickleyThe chicken salad sandwich I ordered came out maybe fifty seconds after I placed my order - speedy! Good diner food, if perhaps a tad pricey.

    33333 by Sean Nickley


  • Mary P.great salads too!

    55555 by Mary P.


  • nick SFrench toast

    55555 by nick S


  • Dil RibeiroThe sandwiches are fantastic and the milkshake is superb.

    55555 by Dil Ribeiro


  • Woj ABurgers, chocolate milkshake, chocolate coke

    55555 by Woj A


  • AmandaGreat chocolate malt but kind of pricey at $8 with tax.

    55555 by Amanda


  • Hannah Serena GoldsteinCharming and legendary luncheonette and soda fountain. Pitch-perfect milkshake menu, and waiters know how to scramble an egg.

    55555 by Hannah Serena Goldstein


  • Mary P.Get the walnut cinnamon raisin french toast and don't forget the pure maple syrup!

    55555 by Mary P.


  • Linda K.Arnold Palmer is freshly made & delicious! Perfect with bacon cheddar burger or club sandwich made as you order right behind the counter. Yum!

    55555 by Linda K.


  • USA TODAYThis old-fashioned shop will give you a blast from the past. Try the Classic Strawberry shake.

    55555 by USA TODAY


  • Jonathan L.Rated #5 on USA Today's "America's Best Milkshake". Try the classic strawberry.

    55555 by Jonathan L.


  • Nat H.Classic Strawberry. Blending Bassetts Ice Cream of Philadelphia’s classic vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and coffee shakes since 1925. You'll feel like you've been transported to a soda fountain.

    55555 by Nat H.


  • Cat W.Chocolate malt: endless chocolaty goodness!!!

    55555 by Cat W.


  • Lisa L.There are much better options out there for the price.

    33333 by Lisa L.


  • Brendan R.I had the pancakes here for breakfast this morning, they were some of the best I have ever had! The waitress was really nice and helpful and the place was welcoming!

    55555 by Brendan R.


  • Caitlin C.Greatest lemonade you will ever taste. Same goes for the club sandwich. Wonderful, nostalgic vibe, and the owner is very friendly if you strike up a conversation.

    55555 by Caitlin C.


  • Justin C.Highly recommend the French Toast for breakfast.

    55555 by Justin C.


  • Adam S.Best French toast with pure maple syrup! Also the orangeade is delicious.

    55555 by Adam S.


  • Eyal G.Egg cream is fantastic, especially coffee or chocolate, which favors the proprietor does himself. Burger w/fried eggs, bacon & mushrooms can't be beat... as the atmosphere in this 100yr old joint...

    55555 by Eyal G.


  • Felipe D.Amazing Coca Cola bottle collection.

    55555 by Felipe D.


  • amNewYorkContinually operated by the same family (its last renovation was in 1948), it's a place to enjoy no-nonsense classics such as chopped egg or liverwurst sandwiches and the stellar ice cream fountain.

    55555 by amNewYork


  • CaitlinI just paid $9 for a sandwich I could've made myself. So overpriced. Definitely not worth it.

    22222 by Caitlin


  • AmyOrange dream sickle

    55555 by Amy


  • Adeet D.Butter burger and a chocolate egg cream = perfect lunch.

    55555 by Adeet D.


  • Damien B.Get an old-fashioned Vanilla Coke or even a Chocolate Coke!

    55555 by Damien B.


  • Peter K.Over priced iconic NYC bullshit.

    33333 by Peter K.


  • Jenna W.Cinnamon raisin French toast and a freshly made Arnold Palmer

    55555 by Jenna W.


  • Jake B.Terrible chicken fingers and fries, good milkshakes and floats though!

    33333 by Jake B.


  • SNOCRUCherry coke is the cats pajamas! Try another cool tip, download SNOCRU for FREE in your app store

    33333 by SNOCRU


  • Muir P.A pre-op cheeseburger & fries. Sitting at the counter w/ the regulars. Love this place.

    55555 by Muir P.


  • Chaz A.Real soda fountain!! Taste Coke like it USED to be! Home-made coffee syrup and more! Don't skip this classic place.

    55555 by Chaz A.


  • Alycia C.They have the ceiling price from years ago on the wall's. A Root Beer Float .35 cents!! Bacon & Egg .45 cents!!...

    33333 by Alycia C.


  • Dana 🐧Must have an egg cream :) amazing!

    55555 by Dana 🐧


  • Eyal G.100 year old vibe that's authentic without trying. Great noodle soup, french toast, egg cream, and many classic diner staples. Old freshly made, old style.

    55555 by Eyal G.


  • Seb T.All tips in cash. Classic old school diner. Food ok, service great, place is funny looking in a good way.

    55555 by Seb T.


  • Vaughn A.Homemade lemonade and the best Arnold Palmer you've ever had

    55555 by Vaughn A.


  • Norman H.Coffee malted milkshake. Fresh squeezed lemonade with sugar syrup. Shrimp salad sandwich. Ginger soda with vanilla ice cream. For the truly brave? The jelly omelet.

    55555 by Norman H.


  • Simon jCheck out the menus on the wall dated 1925, 20c for a ham sandwich!

    33333 by Simon j


  • Rob N.I love this diner, a real American experience if your English. Pancakes and french toast are a must try.

    55555 by Rob N.


  • DAMstyleOrder a chocolate egg cream soda - the best in the city. This iconic institution has the oldest soda jerk in NYC. Oh, the chocolate malt shake is another must try.

    55555 by DAMstyle


  • Brian CSit at the counter for a traditional diner experience.

    33333 by Brian C


  • Eyal G.Sliders are awesome!

    55555 by Eyal G.


  • Chris SNo nonsense diner straight out of the '50s with great burgers and club sandwiches.

    55555 by Chris S


  • James S.Great old-fashioned cherry coke... with actual syrup.

    55555 by James S.


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