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  • Evelyn Car Service

    587 Vanderbilt Ave. New York, NY 11238
    718-230-7800

  • Every Thing Goes

    Every Thing Goes

    140 Bay St., 208 Bay St., 17 Brook St. Staten Island, NY 10301
    718-273-7139

    http://www.etgstores.com/clothing/index.html Staten Island is the forgotten boroughagood news for shoppers in search of thrift stores unravaged by hipsters hunting ironic T-shirts. EVERY THING GOES offers four stores, the most tempting of which calls itself "Variety." Walkable from the ferry, these St. George treats are run by an intentional community called Ganas. Quirky conversation with co-op inhabitants? Jaw-droppingly low prices? Great selection and a free ferry ride? Sounds like the best shopping experience in town. More >>

  • Every Thing Goes Furniture

    17 Brook St Staten Island, NY 10301
    718-273-0568

    http://etgstores.com/furniture

  • Evolution

    120 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1114

    http://www.theevolutionstore.com

  • Excellent Dumpling House

    Excellent Dumpling House

    111 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-0212

    Back in the early '90s, Excellent Dumpling was one of our favorite Chinatown spots for noodles and Cantonese dumplings. It has been grandly outstripped by over a dozen other places since then, but a bit of the old zing remains, and the place is as popular as ever. The chicken dumplings are the things to get --submerged in bubbling oil and fried from top to bottom, for the extra greasiness you desire in a dumpling. The favorite noodle dish has always been rice cake: Round plugs of noodle-y material (sometimes called "wedding cake" for no apparent reason) stir fried with your choice of ingredients and heavily soy-sauced. The scallion pancakes and sulkiness of the staff recall Chinatown's old days, too, even though Thai and Shanghai flourishes have been added to the menu. More >>

  • Exclusive Smoke Shop & Deli

    46 Ave. B New York, NY 10009-7402
    212-387-8799

  • Exhale

    980 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-249-3000

    http://www.exhalespa.com The yoga room in Exhaleas Central Park South location is so gorgeous and open that weddings have been conducted there. A haven of good smells and friendly faces in the heart of gray, grimy midtown, this spa offers body services from acupuncture to nutritional guidance, as well as full day schedules of yoga and core fusion classes. The staff at Exhale are not the hard-core, hard-bodied, intimidating weight-training fanatic types youall find at neighboring workout class centers. Instead, theyare so kind (genuinely kind!) that youall go back and pay the overpriced class fee over and over again just to see your new friends. More >>

  • Exhibitionist

    177 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-375-1530

    http://www.exhibitionistnyc.com New York is overrun with corner shops peddling gently used silver, gold, and diamonds. That's fine for average folks, but rock stars and celebrities (or just wannabes) head straight to Exhibitionist. Dazzling, scary, heavy jewelry -- sporting giant precious stones, skulls and crossbones, or sacred hearts -- lies in wait in red-velvet-lined cases. Chain belts and necklaces are displayed on meat hooks like an s/m dungeon crossed with Barneys. More >>

  • Exit 9 Gift Store

    Exit 9 Gift Store

    51 Avenue A New York, NY 10009
    212-228-0145

    http://www.shopexit9.com Exit 9 specializes in wonderfully quirky gifts, particularly the political (vaguely) kind. aStop bitching! Start a revolutiona shirts apparently made little effect this fall, but they could have, right? As for gifts that are provocative, butaas far as I can tellanot socially consciousness, the augly dollsa hold a sort of otherworldly power. These felt blubbery things have 1,2, or no teeth, 1,2 or no eyes, and the kind of tumor-like head protrusions (are they horns? fingers? genitalia??) that seem somehow culturally important, though how or why remains unclear. More >>

  • Exit Art

    475 10th Ave. New York, NY 10018
    212-966-7745

    http://www.exitart.org Gallery hours: Tuesday-Thursday 10am-6pm, Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 12am-8pm. More >>

  • Express

    722-728 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-421-7246

    http://www.express.com/home.jsp The name says it all. Let this be a lesson: You can do something right, or you can do something fast. Fast = Express. You see where I'm going with this. More >>

  • Express

    901 6th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-971-3280

    http://www.express.com/home.jsp The name says it all. Let this be a lesson: You can do something right, or you can do something fast. Fast = Express. You see where I'm going with this. More >>

  • Express

    7 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-629-6838

    http://www.express.com/home.jsp The name says it all. Let this be a lesson: You can do something right, or you can do something fast. Fast = Express. You see where I'm going with this. More >>

  • Express

    90-15 Queens Blvd. Flushing, NY 11373
    718-760-4346

    http://www.express.com/home.jsp The name says it all. Let this be a lesson: You can do something right, or you can do something fast. Fast = Express. You see where I'm going with this. More >>

  • Expressway Discount Beverage Center

    223 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-387-4416

    Wholesale prices and free delivery in the neighborhood. Can't ask for better than that. More >>

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