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  • Dog Lovers Bookshop

    345 E. 86th St. New York, NY 10028
    212-369-7554 This nutty bookshopaapparently founded by a dog named Potemkin (?)aspecializes in all literature related to the acanine race.a More >>

  • Doggie Do and Pussycats Too!

    567 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-661-9111 The black-and-white-checkered overhang of Doggie Do gives the place a diner feel, but donat worry, no oneas planning on offering up Rover for lunch. Instead, drop your loving pet off for a trip to the grooming salon, or check him into the day care service. More >>

  • Doggystyle

    73 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-9200 A high-end pet store for Sohoas fashionists, this shop's the place to pick up brand name leashes and collars. The store also sells monogrammed blankets and customized T-shirts for trendy pups. More >>

  • DoggyStyle NYC

    DoggyStyle NYC

    46 University Place New York, NY 10003

  • Dolce & Gabbana

    660 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-750-0055 Clothes for extremely powerful, rich, metropolitan Italian womenawith a little rock and roll, and a lot of sex. If you tend to buy one very expensive thing a year, it would make more sense to stick with basics that will not go out of style as obviously. More >>

  • Dom's

    202 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10002

    While tourists and models are throwing all their money away at Dean & Delucaas, Italian delicacies are available at reasonable prices a few blocks away at Domas. An excellent selection of pasta, olives, cheese, olive oil, sausages, and plenty more, including non-Italian must-haves. More >>

  • Domsey

    431 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Ever wonder what makes those hipsters in Williamsburg so hip? Wish you could achieve similar levels of hipocity? Well, grab your black-rim nonprescriptions and blaze a trail to Domsey, where you're sure to find plenty of cool stuff that you'll never see anyone else wearing. But a fair warning to those of you who think underwear and bras should have a "bin" of their own: You might want to stick with some of the city's fancier spots (like the Salvation Army). Sifting through last year's piss-stained pajamas to find a relic from the '70s is no walk in the park, but no one said being hip was easy. More >>

  • Don the Verb

    206 Rivington St. #5D New York, NY 10002

    A few years ago, Yanina Landsaat spotted a hole in the consignment businessapeople had to be willing to schlep their unwanted clothing to the store; no one was willing to do the schlepping for them. That's when she left her day job and started Drive-By Consignment, a service that proved quietly popular with the kind of Upper East Side lady who wouldn't be caught dead hocking her old threads. At first she sold the treasures at various flea markets around town, but she could barely keep it stored in her apartment, and now she has opened a consignment shop, but she still gets all the clothes and accessories by visiting peopleas homes. More >>

  • Donna Karan

    819 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-240-4700 In her current incarnation, Karan is a balanced, Zen-seeking woman of a certain age, and her glorious Madison Avenue flagship reflects that perfectly, with lots of austere stone and peace and quiet. The stuff all looks greataKaran has only improved with ageabut who knew enlightenment was so expensive? More >>

  • Dooney & Bourke

    20 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-7444 They try, but often Dooney & Bourke's line of leather bags ends up looking like Louis Vuitton's homely sister. Avoid the "trendy" stuff, though, and the collectionasensible bags for women, handsome wallets for men, bound journals and leather envelopes for anyoneais attractive, if conservative, and priced well for goods of such high quality. More >>

  • Door Store

    601 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024

    This cheery family chain (founded when "two sisters from Ohio came to New York City") sells furniture in a range of styles, from sleek and minimalist to boxy and hyper-Midwestern. More >>

  • Door Store

    110 Enterprise Ave. S. Secaucus, NJ 07094

  • Doris Leslie Blau

    724 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-586-5511 If you have the cash to pick up a little something here (contemporary, hand-woven rugs, antique mirrored sconces from the '30s) then you also have the cash to hire a decorator, and chances are it'll be your decorator and not you who picks out the pieces that will anchor your sunroom when the renovation is complete. You'll probably be holed up in your Sag Harbor place until construction wraps, won't you? More >>

  • Doris Leslie Blau

    595 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-752-0222 If you have the cash to pick up a little something here (contemporary, hand-woven rugs, antique mirrored sconces from the '30s) then you also have the cash to hire a decorator, and chances are it'll be your decorator and not you who picks out the pieces that will anchor your sunroom when the renovation is complete. You'll probably be holed up in your Sag Harbor place until construction wraps, won't you? More >>

  • Doughnut Plant

    Doughnut Plant

    379 Grand St. New York, NY 10002
    212-505-3700 You'll know you're at the right place when you see the giant line that sometimes spills out of the front door. Why all of the commotion? That would the decadent, inventive doughnuts made with seasonal glazes, fresh fruit and nuts roasted in-house. The menu changes with the seasons, but expect intriguing combinations like the square peanut butter and jelly doughnut, tres leches cake doughnut and the fudgy explosion known as the cake crumb-crusted Blackout. Don't think you're going to be able to pack down a dozen; all of the doughnuts are extremely dense, making one enough for a decent breakfast. Picky eaters will be glad to know Doughnut Plant uses no preservatives, no artificial flavors and no eggs. The small shop is all about grabbing a quick sweet treat on the go: ceramic doughnuts and favorable press clippings decorate the whole place, with metal racks of cooling doughnuts spread everywhere.—Keith Wagstaff More >>

  • Dowel Quality Products

    91 1st Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-979-6045 Chickens, footed or otherwise, are conspicuously absent at Dowel Quality Products though sweet and sour are in abundance. In addition to stocking a full range of bottled chutneys and canned simmer sauces, Dowel packages legumes and seasonings under its own label, from the familiar (cinnamon, lentils) to the esoteric (dried rose petals, star anise, valerian root), all inexpensive. More >>

  • Downtown Music Gallery

    13 Monroe St. New York, NY 10002
    212-473-0043 Jazz cats and experimental music hounds will dig the vibes at Downtown Music Gallery, a cramped little store on the Bowery that stocks a great selection of aout therea musicafree jazz, weird drones, electronic noise, spaced-out prog. The clientele is a bit older and more bearded than the young, hip crowd at nearby Other Music. Itas a little pricey, but if youare looking for the latest jazz release available only on Japanese import, you have a good chance of finding it here. More >>

  • Downtown Yarns

    45 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-995-5991 This small East Village yarn shop feels warm and homey, and just a little bit hippie, too. The selection is small, but generally large enough. It offers a full range of needles, as well as classes. More >>

  • Doyle & Doyle

    189 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-677-9991 A little oasis of prettiness on the grim and too-cool-for-you Lower East Side, Doyle & Doyle specializes in vintage estate jewelry that harkens back to a time when beauty was of paramount concern. The pieces here are one-of-a-kind, but uniformly elegant and lovely. More >>

  • William Doyle Galleries

    175 E. 87th St. New York, NY 10128

  • DQM

    7 E. 3rd St. New York, NY 10003

  • Dr. Brendan Mac Repair

    8 Saint Marks Place New York, NY 10003

  • Dragon Land Bakery

    Dragon Land Bakery

    125 Walker St. New York, NY 10013

    The scum-soaked glass-top tables at Chinatown's Dragon Land Bakery each contain a fish or two, gasping on its last breath of air. There is something infinitely artistic about sitting in the windowed street-corner bakeshop, munching an 80 cent sponge cake, sipping a coffee, and watching a gimmick die before your eyes. Shared tables intensify the sweet intimacy of people watching as does the sugared air (the table inmate has no odor). More >>

  • Drama Book Shop

    250 W. 40th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-944-0595 Faced with burgeoning rent and an ominous "demolition clause," co-owner (and former hoofer) Rozanne Seelen moved the Drama Book Shop from its longtime 48th Street space to one nearly three times as large (at 250 West 40th) in 2001.The store now has amply stocked shelves, comfortable chairs, and a theatrical touch on the balconyathe outrA(c) red couch by which Nicole Kidman cavorts in Moulin Rouge. The staff has the requisite recondite knowledge, handling with aplomb a customer's inquiry about Hroswith. Who? "An Alsatian nun around the time of Charlemagne," says Seelen, who knows from Alsatian nuns. "She did bowdlerized versions of Plautus." More >>

  • The Dressing Room

    The Dressing Room

    75A Orchard St. New York, NY 10002

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