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  • Fogal

    510 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-3254

    http://www.fogal.com Wolford aside, this is the Chanel of the pantyhose world. It seems a little weird to drop this much cash on something that rips at the slightest touch, but the ladies who invest in a pair of hose from here have ducats to spare. More >>

  • Foley + Corinna

    114 Stanton St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-2338

    http://www.foleyandcorinna.com All the coolest girls I know shop at this store, which offers both rock girl clothes by Dana Foley and a wide assortment of vintage pieces curated by Anna Corinna. This is one of the only stores I can think of where you can buy and actually wear a complete head-to-toe outfit and not look like an absolute tool, which probably explains the level of devotion it inspires among my female friends. More >>

  • Foley + Corinna Men

    143 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-5043

    http://www.foleyandcorinna.com The whole conceit that made their women's store so successful (new collections by Dana Foley, a healthy assortment of vintage goods assembled by Anna Corinna) is employed here, only for the boys. I don't think it's as great a shopping experience for men as the original is for women; Dana Foley's men's shirts are nice enough, but lack the ingenuity that makes her such a hit with the ladies. Also, it's just personal bias, but whereas women's vintage clothes seem really glamorous to me, when I see a bunch of vintage menswear all I can think of is the dearly departed granddad who once stepped out so proudly in these loafers and raincoats, and that gives me the creeps. More >>

  • Fontana Distribution

    825 8th Ave.-30th floor New York, NY 10019
    212-445-3332

    http://www.fontanadist.com

  • Food King

    56 Market St. New York, NY 10002
    212-233-2433

  • Foods of India

    121 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-683-4419

    Foods of India, a clearly and appropriately named store, is an emporium of Indian spices, dried goods (rice and beans particlarly), and canned and bottled necessities like coconut milk and pomegranate juice. But it could be called Foods of the World, because in addition to the fragrant garam masalas and cardamom pods, there are Italian specialties and rare flavors from East Asia as well. More >>

  • Foods of NY Tours

    Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012

  • Footlight

    113 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-533-1573

    http://www.footlight.com Footlight houses an odd selection of film soundtracks, easy listening, spoken word, big band, showtunes, and karaoke. If youare looking for the original cast recording for aJohnny Guitar: The Musical,a look here first. More >>

  • Foragers Market

    56 Adams St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-801-8400

    http://www.foragersmarket.com Dumbo might not be next in line for a Whole Foods, but they do have the recently opened Foragers. The grocery store on the corner of Adams and Front streets specializes in organic, biodynamic produce and fresh wild fish. Other features include a European cheese and charcuterie counter, an organic salad bar, and full-prepared lunches and dinners. Even those who don't follow a strictly organic/biodynamic lifestyle will appreciate the drink aisle, stocked with sodas made of fresh juices and sparkling water. More >>

  • Forbidden Planet

    Forbidden Planet

    840 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-473-1576

    http://www.fpnyc.com If action figures, comics, and other toys enable kids to acclimate to, claim some control over, and even improve on the adult-ruled society that surrounds them, Forbidden Planet might as well be their real world. The store thoroughly represents the cartoonish, sci-fi, fantastic, freaky, furry, squeaky, and scary milieu shared by Pokemon, Star Wars, Nightwing, and countless other (sometimes even better) outcast hero narratives. Sex, violence, community, and loyalty will never make this much sense again. More >>

  • Former Mercedes Benz of Manhattan

    536 West 41st Street New York, NY 10018

  • Fortuna

    370 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-2682

    Truly regret-free impulsive vintage shopping! This store houses super-cool menas and womenas shoes, clothes, bags, coats, and jewelry. It looks like a lower east side vintage store, but feels cozier and, more importantly, lacks the hurtful prices. I swept in and out during a sale and left with adorable, healthy black cowboy boots, canvas flats, and a pair of dangly gold bird earrings for a total of $50. Man, what a rush. More >>

  • Fortunato Brothers

    289 Manhattan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-387-2281

    An old-fashioned Italian pasticceria, Fortunato specializes in smooth, sweet cannolis, strong espresso, and groups of men, hanging out, speaking in the motherlandas tongue. The gelatias flavors, ranging from straciatella to mint, are overpowering. Rows of baked goods beneath the display windows look so tantalizing that the staff likely has the unenviable job of wiping customersa drool off the glass. More >>

  • Fortunoff

    681 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-758-6660

    http://www.fortunoff.com It says somethingaI'm not sure whatathat Fortunoff is generally considered the "cheap" Fifth Avenue destination for brides-to-be to load up on silver, crystal, and diamond-encrusted everything. Truly the presentation seems no-frills compared to the luxe treatment at some of Fortunoff's neighbors, and truly, Fortunoff makes me feel sick to my stomach, but it sure as hell isn't because it's cheap. More >>

  • Foto Care

    136 W. 21st St. New York, NY 10011
    212-741-2990

    http://www.fotocare.com Unless youare a professional, donat bother with Foto Care. The store caters mostly to people in the trade, and the salty staff will have an amateur licking his or her wounds as they slump away, tail between their legs. However, Foto Care does have an excellent selection of digital equipment, although itas a bit pricey. More >>

  • Fox & Fawn

    570 Manhattan Ave. New York, NY 11222
    718-349-9510

  • Fragments

    116 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9588

    http://www.fragments.com Fragments is an excellent resource for the fashion plate; they operate a busy showroom, representing several different jewelry lines to stores and fashion editors, and their Soho shop draws on that large roster of talent. The selection has such a broad range that the chances are good that something here will suit you. (Alam) OTHER LOCATION: 997 Madison Ave; 212-537-5000 More >>

  • Fragrance Shop New York

    21 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-254-8950

    http://www.fragranceshopnewyork.com A pretty generic name for a rather un-generic place: Fragrance Shop New York is a one-room toiletry palace, bookshelves to the ceiling packed with the old-school (Caswell-Massey) and the expected (Burt's Bees), as well as small independent bath-gel and scent makers with handmade labels. There's always an aromatherapist on site, who can assemble a gift basket or custom-blend a scent just for you. More >>

  • Frank's Bike Shop

    553 Grand St. New York, NY 10002
    212-533-6332

    http://www.franksbikes.com Bike storage can take up one-quarter of a cramped studio, which is probably why Frankas sales of the Dohon folding bikes have exploded. In addition to those origami-like entities, Frank pawns a multitude of new and used bikes with names like Schwinn, Raleigh, Gary Fisher, Giant, and Specialized. Used bikes go for between $85 and $150, with new bikes reaching into the thousands. Frank will buy bikes from legal owners, who have the original bill of sale with a serial number. More >>

  • Frank's Liquor Shop

    46 Union Square E. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-3231

    An unassuming liquor store with a dingy old sign, but a surprising selection of Korean soju, among all the basics. More >>

  • Frankie Steinz Costumes

    24 Harrison New York, NY 10013
    212-925-1373

    http://www.frankiesteinz.com Costume designer Frankie Steinz (who recently constructed a pair of rollerblading carrots) believes that adoing costumes is like being a psychiatrist.a Her tribeca store touches upon a wide array of drives and desires, allowing costumers to dress up as mermaids, penises, toothbrushes, flies, and bunches of grapes. More >>

  • Freaks Lounge

    18 W. 8th St. New York, NY 10011
    646-602-1414

    Why settle for chain store duds when you can look like you just stepped off a Paris runway? At Freaks Lounge, the stock is so cheerfully nutty it could have come from the fevered dreams of the mad John Galliano, only here everything is less than $100 rather than more than $1,000. An ankle-length, skintight cotton-knit dress features three faces of someone who looks like Alex in A Clockwork Orange but turns out, we surmise, to be a member of the Adicts, since that is what's inscribed over his trio of heads; short as it is, a minuscule Chinese silk skirt sports black tulle ruff at its frisky hem. More >>

  • Fred Flare Warehouse

    175 N. 10th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    800-243-9924

    http://www.fredflare.com Every Saturday leading up to Christmas (even including the 24th), the beloved shopping website, fredflare.com, opens its warehouse to those of us who tend to do our shopping a little too last minute to wait for shipping. This is a great place to shop for anyone with a sense of humor, especially teenagers and college students who might need an ironic agnome lampa or temporary tattoos that look like abling. The prices are the same as they are onlinealow. More >>

  • Frederick Gelb Furs and Shearlings

    345 7th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-239-8787

    http://www.topbutton.com/Home/Default.aspx

  • FreeBird Books & Goods

    FreeBird Books & Goods

    123 Columbia St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-643-8484

    http://www.freebirdbooks.com Even though FreeBird is small (making temporary book re-appropriation extremely obvious), the store encourages lingering. Surrounded on either side by about four blocks of Red Hook nothingness, the shop has two old fireside chairs, a dining room table and a mini bar of beer and wine. Although most of the books are used, one shelf is reserved for small Brooklyn presses like Soft Skull, Better Non Sequitur and Litmus. More >>

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