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  • Century 21

    472 86th St. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-748-3266 The Brooklyn outpost of this bargain hunter's paradise has few of the discount designer threads that make the lower Manhattan location so popular. Instead, head here for housewaresathe store has a home-only annex located across the street and, as always, the savings are nothing to sniff at. More >>

  • Century 21 Department Store

    Century 21 Department Store

    22 Cortlandt New York, NY 10007
    212-227-9092 This is a traditional department store in all but one respect: Century 21 is famed far and wide for its extensive, ever-rotating selection of deeply discounted (read: unwanted, and often uncool) high-end designer merchandise. While this is a great place to pick up tube socks or an inexpensive belt, most shoppers are fighting over last season's unsold follies. If you're hoping to score something to impress your friends, be patient: Dressing rooms are a disaster, racks are disorganized, the staff is distracted, and the competition is fierce. Not a fashion victim? There's a nice selection of housewares in the basement. More >>

  • Cer-té

    20 W. 55th St. New York, NY 10019-5373

  • Cha Cha

    Cha Cha's House of Ill Repute

    68 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    212-420-7450 Although her hats also come in bold pinks and oranges, designer Dina Pisani, alias Cha Cha, favors the gothic lookablack top hats with leggy, sterling spiders, or a mysterious fedora, with an antique feather placed on one side. Her hats are small and jaunty, often tipped over one eye, like those found in the 1920s and a30s. Just donat hold it against her that Britney Spears has been seen around town, and in Rolling Stone, wearing one of her numbers. More >>

  • Chamber Street Beauty Supplies

    121 Chambers St. New York, NY 10007

  • Chambers Street Wines

    148 Chambers St. New York, NY 10007

  • Chanel

    15 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-5050 It should just be for grannies, but somehow Chanel is able to consistently inspire an almost frightening devotion among the fashion crowd, young and old. Somehow, almost every woman looks great in those boucle blazers and even low-life publicists with blow-outs and serious Nicorette addictions seem classy when theyare toting those quilted leather bags. More >>

  • Chanel

    139 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-0055 It should just be for grannies, but somehow Chanel is able to consistently inspire an almost frightening devotion among the fashion crowd, young and old. Somehow, almost every woman looks great in those bouclA(c) blazers and even low-life publicists with blow-outs and serious Nicorette addictions seem classy when theyare toting those quilted leather bags. More >>

  • Charlotte Ronson

    Charlotte Ronson

    239 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012

  • Charlotte Russe

    1275 Broadway New York, NY 10001
    212-465-8425 Like Cosmo Girl, come to life. The young adult outfitter provides the velour sweatsuits, 80s inspired wide gold braided belts, and gothic-rehash corsets of the season, reinterpreted and priced for a teenage audience. Most garments here are not so much built to lastaand that's perfectly fine with us. More >>

  • Chartwell Booksellers

    55 E. 52nd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-308-0643 Itas difficult to imagine how Chartwell'safocused on books and ephemera related to Winston S. Churchillaremains in business. Open only on weekdays, this self-consciously English-looking shop (a giant hunter-green umbrella mysteriously hangs from the front window) complements its enormous WSC selection with books on automobiles, business, and the navy. More >>

  • Chawan

    115 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Ikebana, the ancient art of Japanese flower arrangement, emphasizes composition as much as color. From her tiny Chawan storefront on Grand Street, Masae Yoshino custom-creates strange and beautiful bouquets that mix bells of Ireland, green-centered daisies and lucky bamboo, or alstramaria with the humble clover Gomphrena globosa (here known by its Japanese name, A Thousand Days of Red). Bring your own vase, whisper your humble budget in her ear and wait for inspiration to strike. More >>

  • Cheap Jack

    Cheap Jack's

    841 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-995-0403 With the grubby Williamsburg scene spawning smirky handbooks and perpetuating ill-conceived use of the now ubiquitous mesh hat, vintage clothing stores were perfectly primed to start mainlining trust funds in 2003o granted, three-floor emporium Cheap Jack's has never really lived up to its moniker, but at $180 for a used leather jacket, you're probably better off just waiting until your uncle falls asleep and then snatching his from the closet. More >>

  • Chef

    294 Bowery New York, NY 10012

    If youare on the Bowery and Houston, you might as well cruise the strip, but Chef is the best restaurant supplier, if thereas no time for that. Sometimes, when you need metro-shelving or butcher block, thereas no messing around. Or perhaps itas a heat lamp, a popcorn machine, or an electric deep-fryer? No? How about the best prices on sheet pans, strainers, and sautA(c) pans? Yeah, thatas what I thought. More >>

  • Chelsea Flea Market

    Chelsea Flea Market

    25th & 6th Ave., weekends New York, NY 10010
    N/A I still look mournfully over my shoulder to the now-defunct free lot as I pay my dollar to shop at what remains of the Chelsea Flea Market. But although an era has passed, letas be thankful for what we still have. Hippie schmatas, old watches and camera parts mingle with costume jewelry, Eames chairs, and vintage porn. The flea market has the hottest shoppers, most obsessive niche dealers, and a growing number of tamale carts awaiting the worn-out haggler. More >>

  • Chelsea Garden Center

    580 11th Ave. New York, NY 10036

  • Chelsea Garden Center

    444 Van Brunt St. New York, NY 11231

  • Chelsea Girl

    63 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1658 Demanding bravery and/or hotness of its shoppers, Chelsea Girls carries tastefully wacky vintage items like the 1970's Lilli Diamond beaded bolero ($245) or ball-trimmed black cat applique poncho ($125). The website ( lends itself very well to online impulse shopping. More >>

  • The Chelsea Market

    The Chelsea Market

    75 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    N/A Constructed in the late 1890s (once home to Nabisco), these buildings were subsequently bought in 1995, having been abandoned in the '50s. The idea behind Chelsea Market is one-stop shopping, but the owners of the market have really put time and dedication into keeping the market as visible as the old factories. Although there is something inherently exhausting about the "hipness" of Chelsea Market, at the end of the day the bakeries and the food shops make it worth the while. More >>

  • Chelsea Thai Wholesale

    Chelsea Thai Wholesale

    75 Ninth Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-924-2999 The wholesale component of this Southeast Asian grocery in Chelsea Market has shrunk away, so that now the containers of fish sauce, coconut milk, and curry paste occupy only a few shelves along one wall. Meanwhile, the cafe and carryout have become wildly popular among shoppers. The Thai fare is assertively spiced, and we particularly enjoyed the intense red and green curries and the salad of glass noodles and crunchy veggies called gang jud woon sen. The menu also benefits from Malaysian elements, including a wacky take on roti canai that reconfigures the flaky flatbread as a Caribbean-style stuffed roti. More >>

  • Chelsea Wholesale Flower Market

    Chelsea Wholesale Flower Market

    75 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-727-1111 I love buying things for the ladies. That's why I browse the Chelsea Wholesale Flower Market's huge selection of pretty flowersaflowers so pretty, baby, I just had to buy them for you. You like those flowers, girl? I bought 'em for you. Yeah, just for you. Now gimme some sugar. More >>

  • Chelsea Wine Vault

    Chelsea Wine Vault

    75 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-462-4244 The wine store inside the Chelsea Market is big, but seems even bigger, because they carry so many bottles that are hard to find elsewhere, and at such good prices. Of course, they also have the old reliables, and advice from experts who donat want to rip you off, but make you a regular. More >>

  • Cheong Charn Meat Co.

    135-137 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

    If you are in need of fresh pig feet or some other delicacy, this is a good bet. All the basics are here, too, and for less than you will find it elsewhere. But unless you are making a dish you are familiar with, it's always good to be able to communicate with your butcher about the meat. More >>

  • Chic Doggie By Corey

    200 E. 61st St. New York, NY 10021
    212-752-9663 Remember all the outrageously fashionable dog outfits from Legally Blonde? A lot of those were designed by Corey Gelman of Chic Doggie. Items available include coats, jewelry, and dog charms. Deck your dog out in these designs and your dog will look as glamorous on Madison Avenue as you do. More >>

  • Chinantla


    657 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205

    Named after a town in southwestern Puebla, Chinantla is a bright spot in the dining galaxy surrounding Pratt Institute. Once a grocery, the space has been fitted out like a cafeteria, with seating in the back room, a steam table, and colorful photos of the provender. The huaraches are especially good, made with recently hand-patted masa, and the Pueblan sandwiches called cemitas -- made with round, seeded rolls, and dressed with avocado and sun-dried chiles -- are equally dope. The most fiery thing on the menu, chicken tinga -- a generous quantity of poultry in a thick pasted laced with chipotles -- reminded us of Indian chicken tikki masala. More >>

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