Lexington Candy Shop
Once in the luncheonette, notice the 1940 vintage Hamilton Beach milk shake mixer next to the 1948 vintage coffee urns. They date from a time when sodas and ice cream drinks were and are still made by hand with the skillful touch of the “Soda Jerk”.
When seated, take a moment to enjoy the decor’s authenticity painstakingly maintained. An original menu, original photos of the store in 1925, and pictures of our founders are on display. The staff will answer any questions you have about the menu or their long history. Picture taking is, of course, welcome.
Sit back (unless you’re on a stool) and enjoy our timeless food and beverages.
As you enjoy your meal and beverage, you will understand why their industry trade paper; The Restaurant News, calls us “A David among Goliaths in Gotham City, the LCS is like a page in food service history bringing to life the energy and attentiveness of a bygone era”.
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