It looks like Dylan’s Candy Bar isn’t so sweet after all.
Employees at the Third Avenue shop staged a protest outside of the Upper East Side store five months ago, complaining that their wages were too low at just $8.50 per hour. They also told the management they needed stable full-time hours.
It may become harder to get inebriated while enjoying the warm weather outside in Murray Hill.
At least Manhattan’s Community Board Six is hoping so, with a new plan to make local businesses around the liquor engulfed areas on Third Avenue in the East 30’s have their customers order food first, before they Read More