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  • Arthritis Foundation Thrift Shop

    1383 3rd Av @79 St. New York, NY 10021

    This small store carries all the thrift store basics (clothes, furniture, and bric-a-brac), plus artwork. More >>

  • Arthur Avenue Retail Market

    2344 Arthur Ave. Bronx, NY 10458
    718-295-5033 The old-school Italian stronghold of Belmont is being increasingly enlivened and diversified with immigrants from other countries, with intriguing results. These days on Arthur Avenue, you can get bureks along with your pizza, and salsa right next to the red-sauce joint. The sprawling indoor market, started by Mayor Fiorello La Guardia in 1940 to get pushcarts off the street, is still Italian American to the max, with peddlers selling everything from basil plants to fresh mozzarella to massive slabs of mortadella. More >>

  • Artie's Hardware & Locksmith

    140 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10011

  • Ashley Tyler

    112 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-1110 Tyleras unique long-and-low-cut or short-and-high-necked dresses appear gathered and pulled across some parts of the body and hang off others. Somehow, the highbrow bohemian/monk/skiwear look works, if youare thin. The store is fittingly minimal, grand, earthy, and eerie. More >>

  • Asia Market Corporation

    71 1/2 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10013

    The ultimate source for Thai and Indonesian produce and grocery items. This is where top chefs get their goods. More >>

  • The Asian American Writers' Workshop

    112 W. 27th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-494-0061 There's much more to Asian American lit than Amy Tan, and the Asian American Booksellerathe biggest of its kind in the countryais proof of the field's breadth and depth. Carrying the canonical, the obscure, and the emergent, the store also has a sizable selection of Asian literature translated into English. Browsers can hang out in a loft space with comfy couches. And when turning those pages gets you hungry, there's great Korean food in the nabe. Run by the nonprofit Asian American Writers Workshop, the store has an annual Midnight Madness Sale, when books sell at a hefty discount. More >>

  • Asprey

    853 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-688-1811 Unrepentant Anglophile? Conspicuous consumer? Youall adore Aspreyas grand old-world feel and yearn for these diamond-encrusted tidbits: watches and cufflinks for the gentleman, rings for the ladyafor the wide-eyed window shopper, a true embarrassment of riches. More >>

  • Associated Cut Flower Co.

    Associated Cut Flower Co.

    118 W. 28th St. @6 Av New York, NY 10001
    212-367-7805 If you find yourself anywhere in the vicinity, it would be silly not to stroll down 28th street from sixth seventh avenues. Associated Cut Flower Co. is just one of the treasures of Chelseaas Wholesale flower district, and an especially good option for top notch (and low price) bouquets. Many in the ahood specialize in potted plans. More >>

  • Astor Center

    Astor Center

    399 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003

  • Astor Wines & Spirits

    Astor Wines & Spirits

    399 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003
    212-674-7500 Beloved Astor Wines & Spirits, which recently moved down the street to a massive new space underneath Serafina, now features The Study at Astor Center, a rather loftily-titled institution of higher oenophilic learning. (The Study features a classroom with special lighting to properly examine your wine.) Other additions to Astor Wines include 50 percent more room for wines and liquors; a wine-literature library; a room to store 500 of the more fragile wines at 58 degrees; a special organic-wine section; and what the owner claims is the city's biggest selection of sakA(c), kept at 40 degrees ("the way those wines should be maintained"). More >>

  • Astoria Bookshop

    31-29 31st Street Queens, NY 11106

  • AT Harris Formalwear

    11 E. 44th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-682-6325 Offering archaic formalwear (spats, white gloves, and regal walking sticks) as well as stylish, up-to-date suits, this 115-year old shop has outfitted ten U.S. Presidents. All tuxedos are made with pure wool. More >>

  • Atelier

    125 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-8435 Equal opportunity at last! Finally, there's a Soho boutique that lavishes attention on us, the less-fair sex. No question that occasionally the wares at this shop veer into Eurotrash, scary gay-guy territory, but use your own judgment and you'll find many pieces to love, from kickass boots to slim, sharp suits. More >>

  • Atlas Meat Market

    4311 18th Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11218

  • Atomic Passion

    Atomic Passion

    430 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009

    Atomic Passion looks like a drawing by a compulsively decorative child, with plastic flowers, horseshoes, vintage mannequins everywhere and a sign on the front door reading aYou are Always Welcome Herea. Indeed, you are welcome to lose yourself gazing at endless pairs of vintage boots, pumps, and sandals. Perhaps itas a wispy Victorian slip, a disco dress, or a cowboy shirt you need. Itas all there, along with friendly advice from owners Justin Vogel and Gigi Elmes. More >>

  • Atrium

    644 Broadway New York, NY 10012

    Atrium is a vast shop we've never really understoodait looks cheap, but it carries expensive merchandise. (You wouldn't expect to find a denim jacket from See by Chloe, but here it is, marked down to $229 from $550.) Today the whole store is given over to a sale, and the racks are organized by price, an innovation we heartily approve of. Though the management is maddeningly vague about how long this sale will go on, we suspect that if you hurry you will still find items like a cabled brown muffler with pink fringe, marked down from $62 to $9. With its bohemian jauntiness and street-cred label (Triple Five Soul), it manages to flirt with the spirit of the oldaand the newaBleecker Street. More >>

  • Atrium

    233 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Atrium

    15 Main St. New York, NY 11201

  • Atsby Vermouth

    505 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10013

  • AuH2O Boutique

    AuH2O Boutique

    84 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-466-0844 84 East 7th Street, 212-466-0844, More >>

  • Aura Wellness Spa

    49 W. 33rd St. New York, NY 10001

  • Austin Book Shop

    104-29 Jamaica Ave. New York, NY 11418

  • Australian Homemade

    115 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009

    Despite its sporty, futuristic-looking shops, and its name, Australian Homemade is like old-fashioned American ice creamasuper rich, creamy, and sweet. But these are modern times, and Australian Homemade knows that people care about whatas in it. They use all natural ingredients and make the stuff in small batches. They also make chocolates. More >>

  • Auto


    805 Washington St. New York, NY 10014

    One of the most carefully curated houseware shops in the city, Auto avoids the flash and sizzle you might expect to encounter in the "new" Meatpacking District and serves up sensible good taste only. This is the kind of store you ought to visit when you're pressed for a great present; there really is something here for everyone. More >>

  • Aveda

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10012
    212-823-9714 Known the world over for their eco-friendly wares, Aveda operates several retail locations (and a handful of full-service spas) in New York. The gently fragrant and environmentally conscious line includes every conceivable balm for every part of the body, but the shampoos are a perennial favorite among men and women alike. More >>

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