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  • E & J Frankel, Ltd.

    1040 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10075

  • Earl Jean

    160 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8709 Earl Jeans date back to a more innocent time in this denim-obsessed culture, before it became widely acceptable for metrosexuals to squeeze themselves into ladies' jeans, before stylists and editors conspired to make popular jeans so low-rise that, to quote Ab Fab, "the world's your gynecologist." I like Earl Jean, which makes more than just jeans, naturally; the men's clothes are a bit pastel and icky, but the women's clothingaespecially the outerwearais chic in a way that won't look tired and dated in five months' time. More >>

  • An Earnest Cut & Sew

    821 Washington St. New York, NY 10014
    212-242-3414 Scott Morrison, former designer and co-founder of monstrously popular Paper Denim & Cloth is behind Earnest Cut & Sew. The shop stocks jeans from Morrison's popular Earnest Sewn label, as well as offering a custom-jeans service: pick a style for the raw denim, request embellishments, and wait for two hours. Your custom-made jeans can be yours for abot $300. More >>

  • Earnest Sewn

    Earnest Sewn

    90 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002

  • EarthMatters


    177 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002

  • Earwax Records

    67 North 9th Street New York, NY 11211

  • East Harlem Farmers Market

    99th St. New York, NY 10026

    Mount Sinai has partnered with Greenmarket (a program of the Council on the Environment of NYC) to regional, fresh produce grown to the neighborhood. Open every Friday 8am-5pm from July 14 through October. More >>

  • East Side Ink

    97 Avenue B New York, NY 10009

  • East Village Books and Records

    East Village Books and Records

    101 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-477-8647 Not as "East Village" as you'd think, this basement store features "small press/anti-establishment" and "religion/mysticism" sections, and also offers a respectable selection of literary fiction, plus $2 trade editions outside. More >>

  • East Village Cheese

    East Village Cheese

    40 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003

    Itas everything a cheese shop should be: cramped, smelly, exhaustive in its collection, underpriced. The shop is utilitarian, not cute or fancy. There are some rulesahalf-pound minimum, no tasting allowed, and cash onlyabut the prices are literally insane. They run unbelievable specials, thanks partly to cheese importers who over-buy and then call East Village Cheese for help. Itas also one-stop party shopping (except for the booze part), since they carry an array of crackers, olives, deli meats, and bread, too. More >>

  • East Village Meat Market

    East Village Meat Market

    139 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10003

    In addition to us recognizing this joint for the best ham in New York in a Best of New York issue, this old-school Polish-Ukrainian butcher is noteworthy for house-made sausages and hard-to-find cuts of meat. It's hard to find a good butcher anymore, and this is a good butcher, damn it. More >>

  • East Village Music Store

    21 E. 3rd St. New York, NY 10003
    212-991-4930 Tucked into East Village Music Store's charming little basement are dozens upon dozens of new and used guitars, synths, keyboards, and other musical paraphernalia. Feel free to practice your best Stereolab impression on their vintage Farfisas or rock out Kraftwerk-style on the old-school drum machines; the staff won't mind as long as you don't break stuff. On a recent visit I admitted I had no money and was just fooling around, and the genial response was "Have fun!" More >>

  • East Village Thrift Shop

    186 2nd Ave. Frnt New York, NY 10011

    A few steps into this slightly musty space might reap some excellent duds at decent prices, especially on weekdays. The menas section is best for those who rock business casual in XXL. More >>

  • East Village Wines

    138 1st Ave. New York, NY 10009

    The tone on the phone can be a bit brusque; the service, quick and no-nonsense. This must be how the neighborhood loves their wine stores, because Bob Chu's East Village Wines has been a fixture since 1944, a huge accomplishment in this time of ungodly New York City rents. They do boast comparatively low prices, and a selection of wines and liquors that is impressively inclusive (organic wines, mead), and caters to tastes both highbrow and low (jug wine, anyone?). More >>

  • Eastern Mountain Sports

    20 W. 61st St. New York, NY 10023
    212-397-4860 Suburban-mall staple Eastern Mountain Sports trades in rugged camping, kayaking, cycling, and fitness gear. Despite carrying some serious sporting goods, about half of EMS is given to fashionable outdoorsy clothing for city slickers looking to go hiking in the wilds of Central Park. More >>

  • Eastern Mountain Sports

    530 Broadway New York, NY 10012

  • Ebenezer Eyelashes Extensions

    32 W. 32nd St. New York, NY 10001

  • Eclectic Collectibles & Antiques

    158 Roebling St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Economy Candy

    108 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-254-1531 Girls love Big Hunks, especially the peanut kind. If you are looking for a way to satisfy that special someone on the cheap, check out Economy Candy. Itas basically the Mecca of nostalgic and hard-to-find candy, like jell rings and those Styrofoam peanut things. The store itself is hectic and utilitarian, but the sight of all those wrapped up throw-backs will make you feel like a kid in a crazy bulk vintage candy store. More >>

  • Economy futons

    56 W. 8 St. New York, NY 10011

  • Eddie Bauer

    578 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-925-2179 Why this store hasnat already gone out of business in New York remains unclear. Eddie Bauer caters to white adults who enjoy driving SUVs and rafting. More >>

  • Eddie Bauer

    7000 Austin St. Flushing, NY 11375
    718-459-2270 Why this store hasnat already gone out of business in New York remains unclear. Eddie Bauer caters to white adults who enjoy driving and rafting. More >>

  • Eden Fantasys

    1095 Cranbury S. River Road Jamesburg, NJ 08831

  • Edith Machinist

    104 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-979-9992 Easily one of our favorite vintage stores in the city. Over the years, the shoes (a focus on slouchy boots, flats, and pumps) seem to have been procreating like bunnies, and eventually will cover the floor--impressive considering the store is huge. This, of course, is all in addition to carefully selected bags (from clutches to hobos) and clothing mostly from the '70s, grouped by color. Find brands such as Givenchy and Halston. More >>

  • Edmundo Castillo

    219 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-5320 Sexy Puerto Rican Castillo cooled his heels designing footwear for Donna Karan before breaking out in 1999 with his own line of four-inch-high sex stilletos, heavy on the dyed snakeskin and rolling in at only a mere $500 bucks a pair. For socialites with a dom fetish. More >>

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