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  • Details

    142 8th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-366-9498

    While there is some perfectly useful stuff for sale at Details, it's lost in a sea of cobalt-blue votive holders and plastic martini glasses and boatloads of other ugly, ugly stuff that would make your house look like one of those monstrosities the cast of The Real World is always shacking up in. Enter at your own peril. More >>

  • Details

    188 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10023
    212-362-7344

    While there is some perfectly useful stuff for sale at Details, it's lost in a sea of cobalt blue votive holders and plastic martini glasses and boatloads of other ugly, ugly stuff that would make your house look like one of those monstrosities the cast of the Real World is always shacking up in. Enter at your own peril. More >>

  • Details

    347 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-414-0039

    While there is some perfectly useful stuff for sale at Details, it's lost in a sea of cobalt blue votive holders and plastic martini glasses and boatloads of other ugly, ugly stuff that would make your house look like one of those monstrosities the cast of the Real World is always shacking up in. Enter at your own peril. More >>

  • Details

    57 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-9394

    While there is some perfectly useful stuff for sale at Details, it's lost in a sea of cobalt-blue votive holders and plastic martini glasses and boatloads of other ugly, ugly stuff that would make your house look like one of those monstrosities the cast of The Real World is always shacking up in. Enter at your own peril. More >>

  • DeVino Wine

    30 Clinton St. New York, NY 10002
    212-228-0073

    https://www.de-vino.com Rome native Gabrio Tosti di Valminuta, owner of the East Village enoteca Il Posto Accanto, recently opened this small wine store on Clinton Street. The stock here changes periodically, with a focus on quality wines at affordable prices, and particular attention paid to the wines of Gabrio's native country. More >>

  • Dewey

    Dewey's Candy

    141 Front St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-422-1333

    http://www.deweyscandy.com Warning: Knowledge of this store may be hazardous to your teeth. Opened in January by candy aficionado Alison "Dewey" Oblonsky, Dewey's stocks tons of great retro candies (remember Mallo Cups, Ferrara Pan's Atomic Fireballs, and Sky Bars?) as well as plenty of cool contemporary treats for the kids, such as candy tins that look like Wii controllers and the popular Grillz, a sucker attached to the back of gold teeth. Beneath a chandelier of whirly pops tied with colorful ribbons, you can dig through wooden barrels and gleaming glass jars of goodies of Mary Janes, multicolored jawbreakers, and every color of M&M. Chocoholics must go straight to the back for the Oreos and cake-batter balls coated in milk chocolate. Gift options include decorative flowerpots, pretty boxes, and silver buckets that can be stuffed with the candy of your choice (an excellent party favor is the "Dewey-tini," a martini glass of sweets for $10). Gummy fiends will love the huge variety that includes everything from gummy teeth to gummy sharks to something called a "Gummi Mexican Dinner," with a teeny chewy chili con carne (yum). Did we mention that Dewey's may also be hazardous to your waistline? More >>

  • Di Palo

    Di Palo's Fine Foods

    200 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-226-1033

    http://www.dipaloselects.com Starting out as a conventional latticini, DiPalo Dairy has fulfilled its mandate to produce excellent mozzarella, and then some. But they've also reached back to the old country for a stunning selection of imported cheeses and charcuterie, sliced by Louis DiPalo and staff, who are never in such a hurry that they can't pause to discuss the merits of a piave or pecorino. More >>

  • Diane T.

    174 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-923-5777

    The arriviste yuppies who now inhabit Cobble Hill don't have to schlep into the city on weekends to do their shopping: Diane Tkacz dispenses all the biggest names in fashion: choose from satin print dresses by Marc by Marc Jacobs, Vanessa Brunoas treasured cotton tees, Cacharel suits, and sweet picks from Sigerson Morrison and Robert Clergerie. More >>

  • Diane von Furstenberg

    358 W. 12th St. New York, NY 10014
    646-486-4800

    http://www.dvf.com Diane von Furstenberg has such a peculiar kind of fame. You've heard her name, but do you know anything about her? All I know is that she was quite beautiful when she was younger (she's aged well, but in the '70s? Forget it), that she has some specious aristocratic lineage, and that she's married to Barry Diller. Oh, I also know she's more dressmaker than fashion designer, since it's the dresses that have enchanted young ladies for more than twenty years now. She must be doing something right. More >>

  • Diesel

    770 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-308-0055

    http://www.diesel.com I watch a lot of the WB (you have something to say?) and I've noted, with some dismay, that many of the characters on this network's fine programs wear clothes from Diesel. I didn't know Diesel had an outpost in Everwood, Colorado, but I guess even mountain men deserve jeans so tight they threaten fertility and shirts and jackets so ugly they almost transcend the binary of attractive-unattractive altogether, served up by the most hostile pretty-boy staff in town. More >>

  • Diesel

    68 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-5593

    http://www.diesel.com I watch a lot of the WB (you have something to say?) and I've noted, with some dismay, that many of the characters on this network's fine programs wear clothes from Diesel. I didn't know Diesel had an outpost in Everwood, Colorado, but I guess even mountain men deserve jeans so tight they threaten fertility and shirts and jackets so ugly they almost transcend the binary of attractive-unattractive altogether, served up by the most hostile pretty-boy staff in town. More >>

  • Diesel Style Lab

    416 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-3863

    http://www.diesel.com I'm not wholly convinced that this place isn't just a massive psychology experiment being run by some area institution of higher learning. The goal? To determine whether the hordes can be deceived (by a familiar brand name, an expensive location) into buying the world's most hideous clothes. More >>

  • Digitale Entertainment

    295 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012-2701
    212-245-1133

  • Dijital Fix

    218 Bedford Ave. New York, NY 11211
    718-388-2720

    http://www.dijitalfix.com

  • Dilara

    33 St. Marks New York, NY 10003
    212-387-9666

    By day she is Junior Editor, toiling away in relative (or is it utter?) obscurity, filching invitations to fancy parties from the mailboxes of more estimable colleagues, and asking the Ouija board when she'll get her own key to Bungalow 8. So what does she wear at night? Usually an item from Dilara, since sucking up to tacky teenage heiresses requires a modicum of chic. This is a hit-or-miss bargain boutique, a cheapie shrine for couture knockoffs under $30. More >>

  • Dino's Shoe Repair

    1806 Broadway New York, NY 10019
    212-397-4066

    For loyal customers, this speedy shoe repair service does free deliveries and pick-ups. For less loyal customers, it sells unattractive NYC paraphernalia like license plates, key chains, and ponchos. More >>

  • Dinosaur Designs

    250 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-8715

    http://www.dinosaurdesigns.com Australian import Dinosaur Designs may have branched into homeware, but it's the jewelry which catches your eye. Ginormous, bold bangles made of resin line the windows, routinely luring in customers from nearby CafA(c) Gitane. Available in an endless array of shapes and sizes, these semi-opaque cufffs run around $70, the rings, $40. More >>

  • Dinosaur Hill

    Dinosaur Hill

    306 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-5850

    http://www.dinosaurhill.com Small and zany, Dinosaur Hill sells handcrafted dollhouses, themed plate sets, and miniature pianos. aProduct testinga is encouraged. More >>

  • Disc-O-Rama

    40 Union Square E. New York, NY 10003
    212-260-8616

    http://www.discorama.com If you can manage to find what you want in the cramped, disorienting stacks at Disc-O-Rama, you can get great deals. Disc-O-Rama also stocks DVDs. More >>

  • Discount Mart

    17 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10011
    646-414-6262

  • Discovery Wines

    Discovery Wines

    16 Avenue B New York, NY 10009
    212-674-7833

    http://www.discoverywines.com Selecting a good wine should be an enjoyable rather than intimidating process. That idea appears to be at the heart of Discovery Winesa customer approach. Few other stores provide touch-screen computer kiosks, where customers can search store inventory by price, grape, or region; or use it to scan a wine bottleas barcode and get info on the wineas producer and suggested food pairings. Wine prices run the gamut here, a bottle can be had for under $10 or well over $50. More >>

  • Disrespectacles

    117 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-608-8892

    http://www.disrespectacles.com Remember when you were in fourth grade and it was nothing but heartbreak when you had to go get glasses? The tables sure have turned: Now the norms wish they had screwed-up vision (and some, who I won't name here, pretend and don fake glasses) so they could partake of the incredible range of styles at Disrespectacles. There are sleek looks by some of the industry's coolest innovators, and even some vintage pieces, for the true iconoclast. More >>

  • Disrespectacles

    82 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-741-9550

    http://www.disrespectacles.com Remember when you were in fourth grade and it was nothing but heartbreak when you had to go get glasses? The tables sure have turned: Now the norms wish they had screwed up vision (and some, who I won't name here, pretend and don fake glasses) so they can partake of the incredible range of styles at Disrespectacles. There are sleek looks by some of the industry's coolest innovators, and even some vintage pieces, for the true iconoclast. More >>

  • Ditmars Thrift Shop Donation Center Corp

    31-20 Ditmars Blvd. New York, NY 11105
    718-545-2529

  • Diva

    1409 Ave. M Brooklyn, NY 11230
    718-645-9797

    Carrying Miss Blumarine, Simonetta and Monnalisa (size 2 to 12), this Midwood kids boutique is a good place for pale, flowey peasant garb (skirts look like relaxed tutus)aoften well over $100. More >>

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