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  • D & G Dolce & Gabbana Boutique

    434 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-965-8000

    Many big designers are guilty of just printing their names really big on any old scrap of clothing and calling that fashionathink Donna, Ralph, Tommyaand no one is more guilty of this than Dolce and Gabbana. Their secondary (read: still too expensive for you) line D&G is a mostly hideous assortment of logo printed odds and ends that just wouldnat look right on anyone, though some of the accessories are cute. More >>

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    D'Aiuto's Pastry Corp

    873 Eighth Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-247-1942

    I'm a Lemon Ice King of Corona kind of guy, but I didn't object when a friend swerved over to the curb just south of the Farley Post Office. He hopped over to D'Aiuto's, a place known for its cheesecake, and soon returned to the car cradling giant ices. The muskmelon (available seasonally) was particularly delicious, boasting pieces of sweet fruit, just the right shade to convince me there was no artificial color. More >>

  • D'Amico Foods

    309 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-875-5403

    http://www.damicofoods.com Brooklyn gal Minerva McNamara found the holidays vexing. As a party guest, she was much sought aftera39 soirees in 31 days, imagine! At least the need for house gifts would give her an excuse to sift for heavenly delectables at D'Amico Foods. For 52 years, locals have depended on this quaint Carroll Gardens institution for Molto Buono house blend dark espresso, Italian Pepato pepper cheese, sopressetta, vanilla beans, and Genmaicha toasted rice tea. Minerva McNamara, mangia, mangia. More >>

  • D. L. Cerney

    D. L. Cerney

    13 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-673-7033

    http://dlcerney.visualnet.com "These are absolutely the dresses those bitches would wear!" giggles Linda St. John, proprietress of D.L. Cerney, pointing to a rack of cotton jacquard frocks lavished with cherries and sporting red-and-white checked bodices. The bitches in question are those maniacallyadare we say robotically?acontent housewives known collectively as the Stepford Wives, who returned to theaters last spring in their trademark saccharine dresses and sweetie-pie hats. The offerings at D.L. Cerney straddle with grace the sarcasm-sincerity line: Though they would look fine over ripped jeans, they also display a fetishistic attention to detailapearl buttons, tiny ventsato satisfy the starchiest suburban matron. More >>

  • Daily 235

    Daily 235

    235 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9728

    http://www.daily235.com The minute Daily 235 began by selling Kismet chewing gum and the daily papers. Now whether it's Japanese caramels packaged to look like red and white dice or orange and yellow vinyl pencil pouches, the limited number of objects keeps the selection quirky, not kitschy. Pick up an Egyptian cat eraser or a box of beautifully packaged chocolate cigarettes from Holland, tuck in a pair of old-fashioned bubble ponytail holders, add an orange Rhodia notebook, and your holiday shopping is done. For hedonists, there are Votivo candles, soap, and incense, and a tantric yoga calendar. Next year in nirvana. More >>

  • dalaga nyc

    150 Franklin St. New York, NY 11222
    718-389-4049

    http://www.dalaganyc.com

  • Damascus Breads & Pastry

    195 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-625-7070

    http://www.damascuspastry.com Yes, of course Sahadi's is a required stop for Atlantic Avenue food shopping. That goes without saying, but one should not pass by the other, more focused Middle Eastern groceries on the strip. Get your bakes goods at Damascus, and be sure to go hungryaa fresh-baked spinach pie makes the best shpping fuel imagineable. And Damascus' is one of the best I've had anywhere. More >>

  • Damrosch Park

    63rd btwn Columbus & Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10023
    212-875-5456

  • Dana Buchman

    65 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-319-3257

    http://www.danabuchman.com Dana Buchman's clothes might not look like much at first, but her carefully crafted sportswear is a boon to the more conservative woman who's still interested in looking great. More popular among older women, but certainly not fusty or dowdy, Buchman caters to a segment of the population that's often overlooked (tweens really do rule, don't they?) and she's earned a much-deserved loyal following as a result. More >>

  • Dangerous Mathematicians

    394 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-717-2248

    http://www.dangerousmathematicians.com

  • Darling

    Darling

    1 Horatio St. New York, NY 10014
    646-396-6966

    http://www.darlingnyc.com When designer Ann French Emonts and her sister talked clothes as girls, "That's darling!" was their highest praise. So when a grown-up Emonts decided to open a clothing shop, choosing the name was easy. Darling debuted last summer; it's been charming the pants off of, and the new outfits onto, patrons ever since. And its offeringsadresses especially, designed primarily by local up-and-comersaare some of the darlingest around: affordable but never ordinary, and firmly aware of the glory in being girly. More >>

  • Darr

    369 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-797-9733

    http://www.shopdarr.com Darr means "home" in Arabic. When people walk into this shop, they often say something like "I want to move in here!" It's not just the fact that there are beautiful things all around. It's that the beautiful things are arranged in casual little moments, with something extraordinary (a French glass bird feeder, $25) placed on something nostalgic or familiar (a cast iron griddle, $65). In the center of the store, some of the most decadent pieces are thrown together nonchalantly. A late-18th-century wooden table ($3,600) from Morocco is arranged with rolled-up Chinese ancestor portraits from the '20s ($350 each), silver lamps from the '70s ($550 for the pair), a samurai training helmet from Japan, circa 1870 ($495), a derby hat mold from the late 19th century ($185), and a taxidermy bird in a little cage. More >>

  • Daryl K

    Daryl K

    21 Bond St. New York, NY 10012
    212-529-8790

    http://www.darylk.com

  • Dashing Diva

    41 E. 8th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-375-1350

    http://www.dashingdiva.com Not your ordinary neighborhood nail salon, Dashing Diva, now with multiple franchise locations is poised to take over the city. The sleek hot-pink nail-spa offers a range of deluxe manicure and pedicure services with catchy names like aSpoiled Divaa and aAll-out-Divaa as well a manicure geared toward aLittle Divasa(under age 8). In addition to 150 polish shades; a cushy communal couch makes for the perfect spot for a pedicure with pals. Hit the salon on Thursdays and Fridays during aGirlsa Night Outa for free cocktails with every service after 5 pm. More >>

  • Dashing Diva

    1341 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-570-0770

    http://www.dashingdiva.com Not your ordinary neighborhood nail salon, Dashing Diva, now with multiple franchise locations is poised to take over the city. The sleek hot-pink nail-spa offers a range of deluxe manicure and pedicure services with catchy names like aSpoiled Divaa and aAll-out-Divaa as well a manicure geared toward aLittle Divasa(under age 8). In addition to 150 polish shades; a cushy communal couch makes for the perfect spot for a pedicure with pals. Hit the salon on Thursdays and Fridays during aGirlsa Night Outa for free cocktails with every service after 5 pm. More >>

  • Dashing Diva

    129 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-875-1210

    http://www.dashingdiva.com Not your ordinary neighborhood nail salon, Dashing Diva, now with multiple franchise locations is poised to take over the city. The sleek hot-pink nail-spa offers a range of deluxe manicure and pedicure services with catchy names like aSpoiled Divaa and aAll-out-Divaa as well a manicure geared toward aLittle Divasa(under age 8). In addition to 150 polish shades; a cushy communal couch makes for the perfect spot for a pedicure with pals. Hit the salon on Thursdays and Fridays during aGirlsa Night Outa for free cocktails with every service after 5 pm. More >>

  • Dave's Army & Navy

    581 6th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    800-543-8558

    http://www.davesnewyork.com

  • Dave's Quality Meat

    7 E. 3rd St. New York, NY 10003
    212-505-7551

    http://www.dqmnewyork.com It may look eerily authentic, but the place is not, and never has been, a butcher shop: Despite an interior heavily dependent on metal meat hooks, Dave sells Nikes, not neck bones; hoodies, not hamburger. "I tried to make it as old-fashioned as possibleawe tiled the walls and made the paint look distressed." A refrigerator case bought at a restaurant supply house on the Bowery holds tees folded on cardboard supermarket trays, shrink-wrapped like lamb chops; a rack meant for sides of beef brandishes sweatshirts from the label Interracial that are decorated with what Dave calls "iconic images"aportraits of Jimi Hendrix and Haile Selassie. More >>

  • David Saity Jewelry

    450 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-8125

    Can't make it to Taos? Fear not: There's enough turquoise, silver, leather, lapis, and what-have-you here to keep you looking your earth-mother best without ever having to leave the island of Manhattan. More >>

  • David Samuel Menkes Custom Leatherwear

    144 5th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-989-3706

    http://www.davidmenkesleather.com David Samuel Menkes custom designs and tailors leather fetishwear (Darth Vader masks, Shakespearean knight corsets, etc.) for the most devoted/rich BDSM enthusiasts. Appointment only. More >>

  • David

    David's Bagels

    331 1st Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-780-2308

    This is not one of those dirty-feeling bagel cafeterias where the egg salad has an outer layer of discoloration. The bagels (of the H & H varietyabig, crunchy, and chewy) are made on the premises, and sandwiches are assembled to your specifications. This routine is familiar, but here, all the parts are better. More >>

  • David's Shoe Repair

    74 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-982-6775

    David is a bit of a grumpy cobbler, but as far as a quick, same-day service at a decent price goes, he can't be beat. He also sells those great orthopedic German clogs, great for the summer. More >>

  • Davidovich Bakery

    120 Essex Street , 10002
    646-918-6763

    http://www.davidovichbakery.com/joom1/

  • DDC Lab

    427 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-414-5801

    http://www.ddclab.com DDC Lab makes tough clothes with lots of attitude, for men and women who fancy themselves hard, or are full of attitude, or some combination of the two. Legions swear by their upmarket jeans, and while the clothes are fine (personally, I think they make the best cotton tees around) the whole conceit (high-fashion streetwear) is a bit silly and cooler-than-thou. More >>

  • De La Concha

    De La Concha

    1390 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10019
    212-757-3167

    http://www.delaconcha.com

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