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  • Capezio

    1650 Broadway New York, NY 10019
    212-245-2130

    http://www.capeziodance.com In addition to ballet slippers, this 147-year-old company carries ice skates, tap shoes, yoga wear, and self-consciously snazzy (think sequins) warm-up suits. See website for additional locations. More >>

  • Capital Audio & Electronics

    120 Duane St. New York, NY 10007
    212-608-3720

    http://www.capitalaudio.com

  • Caputo's

    329 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-875-6871

    http://www.caputobakery.com A famous and beloved bakery, Caputoas has been a staple of Carroll Gardens since 1904. The family is still turning out fantastic bread, like the lardo breadabring this to a dinner party and you will become very popular. And of course they make biscotti and other traditional sweets. More >>

  • Cardeology

    1200 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-734-8170

    For those who canat stand those Shoebox greeting cards, Cardeology steps in where Hallmark fails. They also stock an impressive selection of wrapping paper and ribbons. More >>

  • Carl Schaedel

    969 3rd Avenue New York, NY 10022
    212-753-5345

  • Carlye Furniture

    6 Empire Blvd. Moonachie, NJ 07074
    973-546-4502

    http://www.carlylesofa.com

  • Carolina Herrera

    954 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-249-6552

    http://www.carolinaherrera.com If youare getting married or your daughter is, if you're going to win an Oscar, if your husband is getting sworn in as the President of the United States, or if you have some other white-glove nonsense to attend to, boy, does Carolina Herrera have a dress for you. More >>

  • Boutique Cartier

    828 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-472-6400

    http://www.cartier.com Money can't buy happiness, there's no question, but it can buy the illusion of good breeding and though Cartier sells many little tidbits (rings, scarves, pens), most customers seem to want the tank watches, which say well-heeled as succintly as a sailing-in-Nantucket tan or that weird John Cheever accent. More >>

  • Cartier

    653 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-759-5282

    http://www.cartier.com Money can't buy happiness, there's no question, but it can buy the illusion of good breeding and though Cartier sells many little tidbits (rings, scarves, pens), most customers seem to want the tank watches, which say well-heeled as succintly as a sailing-in-Nantucket tan or that weird John Cheever accent. More >>

  • Casa Della Mozzarella

    604 E. 187 Bronx, NY 10458
    718-364-3867

    Fresh mozzarella (large rounds or bocconcini, salt or no salt) is made fresh daily in a tiny back room. If you have been to Italy, you might have had better. More >>

  • Casey Rubber Stamp

    Casey Rubber Stamp

    322 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003
    917-669-4151

  • Castle & Pierpont

    353 W. 39th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-244-8668

    http://www.castlepierpont.com Housed in a 19th-century townhouse, Castle & Pierpont specializes in supremely gaudy flowers, arrayed in square, glass vases. Good for weddings and corporate events. More >>

  • Castor & Pollux

    Castor & Pollux

    238 W. 10 New York, NY 10014
    212-645-6572

    http://www.castorandpolluxstore.com This chic Prospect Heights boutique has cute (but not cutesy) clothes and sophisticated but colorful wallets and jewelry. Some labels are: Wyeth, Filippa K, Karen Walker, Webster, Sonia Rykiel, and How & Wen. Their logo, the silhouette of two horses joined at the midsection, is so great-looking that they put it on T-shirts and sweatshirts, in gold. More >>

  • Caswell-Massey

    Caswell-Massey

    518 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-755-2254

    http://www.caswellmassey.com Believed to be one of the oldest American companies, Caswell-Massey has been dispensing its signature fragrances, soaps, and grooming essentials since 1752. Of course, compared to some European brands, that's nothing, but there's a reason the line has stuck around for so long: The goods are clean-smelling and nicely packaged, and, considering the glamour they bestow on even the humblest WC, a bargain. More >>

  • Catbird

    Catbird

    219 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-599-3457

    http://www.catbirdnyc.com If you're one of those lucky New York boys who's hooked up with some sexy rocker chick with big, dangly earrings and a swivel in her hips, show her you really care by shopping at Williamsburg's Catbird. It's almost impossible to go wrong here: There's a selection of tote bags ($20 to $50) for her knitting and tattered copy of The Female Eunuch. Even hardass chicks dig jewelry, and you can score points by pretending the faux-vintage brooches ($9 to $39) were some flea market find. If you're not quite up to the surprise-her level, Catbird has an ingenius system where girls can leave a wish list at the counter for boyfriends to consult-you don't have to get married to register. More >>

  • Catherine Angiel's Gallery Eclectic

    43 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10014
    212-924-4314

    http://www.catherineangiel.com Catherine Angielas new tattoo-inspired line, aDangerous,a has jewel-textured dragons, snakes and bugs (with black diamonds). The store also sells more conventional and dainty platinum pieces, like the Diamond Starfish Necklace ($1425) or Victorian-style European-back earrings ($1240). More >>

  • Catherine Malandrino

    468 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-925-6765

    http://www.catherinemalandrino.com At last, a collection for the woman who wants to look like a Parisian courtesan. Malandrino makes perfectly serviceable pants and knits, but her sexy slinky dresses are the real attraction. More >>

  • Catherine Malandrino

    652 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014
    212-929-8710

    http://www.catherinemalandrino.com At last, a collection for the woman who wants to look like a Parisian courtesan. Malandrino makes perfectly serviceable pants and knits, but her sexy slinky dresses are the real attraction. More >>

  • Catimini

    1125 Madison Av @83 St. New York, NY 10028
    212-987-0688

    http://www.catimini.com Like a French version of Oilily, the very flowery Cantimini turns kids into happy little hippies with bright-colored (lots of hot pink) sunglasses, bandannas and ornate little vests. More >>

  • Catskill Distilling Company

    2037 RT-17B Bethel, NY 12720
    845-583-3141

    http://www.catskilldistillingcompany.com

  • CB I Hate Perfume

    93 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-6890

    http://www.cbihateperfume.com Innovative perfumer Christopher Brosius filled a void when he established Demeter Fragrances, the company behind non-frilly, single scents like "Sushi", "Tomato," "Chocolate Chip Cookie," and even "Dirt." His latest venture is CB I Hate Perfume, his shop out in Williamsburg where he continues to offer an alternative to all the noxious, alcohol-based perfumes he despises (hence the amusing name). Customers set up appointments to meet with Christopher in person, where he custom blends you a fragrance. More >>

  • CD Skateshop, Inc.

    1760 Victory Blvd. Staten Island, NY 10314
    718-815-9766

    http://www.cdsk8shop.com The sign boasts aStaten Islandas Only Skateshop!a which only enhances the ambiance of this board-filled shop. Itas easy to imagine what a haven it must be for suburban teenagers. They might have to wait a few more years to break free, but at least in the meantime they can purchase Vans and aThank you for Pot Smokinga pins. More >>

  • Celine

    667 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-486-9700

    http://www.celine.com This French house strikes a line between American sportiness (courtesy of former head designer Michael Kors) and European sophistication; their pricey dyed leather bags are particularly popular with celebs and fashion folk alike. More >>

  • The Center for Fiction

    17 E. 47th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-755-6710

    http://www.centerforfiction.org

  • Center for Jewish History/Yeshiva University Museum

    15 W. 16th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-294-6160

    http://www.cjh.org Museum hours: Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 11am-5pm More >>

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