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  • Girlshop

    819 Washington St. New York, NY 10014
    212-255-4985 The 8-year-old (which attracts more than 500,000 visiters per month) opened its first actual store this year, stocked with young indy-designers like Pegah, Alka Vora, Louis Verdad, Subversive and Foley. More >>

  • Girlsroom

    210 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002-2543

  • Girly NYC

    441 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009

    Owner and designer Pamela Atwood started her lingerie line, Girly NYC back in 1993. She cut out the middleman a year and a half ago when she opened her boutique, with the concept of a jewelry box in mind. She certainly achieved that goal. The store is small but uncluttered, filled mostly with great fitting and extremely girly panties, bras, camisoles, and lingerie-esque tops that look great with jeans. She also carries some local designers, like clothing from Mint and Amanda Upichard, and jewelry from Pretty Little Thing and Tiara Misu. Girly NYC is also one of only a handful of stores to carry McBride Beauty's natural tonics, moisturizers, and soaps. More >>

  • Give More Clothes Inc.

    298 New York Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Glittering Conscience

    96 W. Houston St. New York, NY 10012

  • Global Table

    109 Sullivan St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-5839 This darling shop is filled to the brim with handsome tabletop pieces from the world over: rough-hewn, authentically "ethnic" pieces from distant nations and clean modern goods from less far afield sit happily side by side in a testament to the fact that eclecticism, as an aesthetic, does sometimes work well. If thatas not your bag, donat worry: Something here will certainly suit your tastes, and the prices are, happily, not what youad expect in Soho. More >>

  • Glu Collective

    224 E. 10th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-477-9676 If prices are high at Glu Collective, it's because the stock has come all the way from Japan. Even so, $14 will get you a little purse (could go inside the Vegas bag) in bright yellow decorated with three robot-bears and the legend "choco chip little top rated." Stocking caps of hand-knitted turquoise and coral diamond-shaped patches ($35) seem intended for squeaky clean proponents of the grunge aesthetic; a black long-sleeved T-shirt emblazoned with rhinestones that elaborately spell out the unintelligible legend "love woman T-24-365" is $85abut then again, it does offer a lot of rhinestones. More >>

  • Godiva Chocolatier

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9463 aGo Diva!a Godiva is the most famous brand of gourmet chocolates around, but connoisseurs often dismiss it as overpriced and massaproduced. Indeed, it is even sold by the register at Barnes & Noble, which doesnat quite scream aluxury.a For Valentineas Day, Godiva offers a pink, satin, heartaembroidered, heart-shaped box with 30 chocolates inside ($85). Flavors include an assortment of white, milk, and dark chocolates, plus some famous Godiva truffles. The website proclaims this gift is a alove festaaand itas a Kosher one at that! But if love fest is not what youare going for, there is a whole line of Valentineas giftsaa handful priced below $50asome involving small teddy bears (The Bearer of Desire is $22.50). More >>

  • Gold Palace

    3765 74th St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

    The salesman at Gold Palace, a jewelry store in the Fulton Street Mall strip, pulls out a velvet tray of removable gold teeth, some diamond-studded, others platinum-tinted, and one of them plated with the name "Tony." "You know Erykah Badu?" he asks, "I put a dental mold in her mouth and made her gold-and-white caps. They were beautiful." For $80, you gift yourself with iced-out, name-plated gold fronts molded to fit your very own molars. Gold Palace also sells 10- to 15-karat nameplated necklace pendants, chain bracelets, even rings with your loved one's name spanned across three fingers. If nameplate jewelry doesn't have enough holiday bling, you can also purchase an oversize diamond-studded Jesus medallion for $350. More >>

  • Goldy + Mac

    219 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-230-5603 Owners and BFF Ashley Gold and Susan McInerny (get it?) opened this boutique last winter, bringing tasteful and affordable clothing and accessories to the Fifth Avenue strip. They even have extra room for strollers, so new moms can check out the Free People and BCBG. More >>

  • Gomi nyc

    443 E. 6th St. New York, NY 10009

    In the beginning, Gomi carried striclty recycled products, like bowls made from vinyl records and stuffed animals made from old (but spotless) sweaters. Now, it has allowed for some vintage, and even new items, as long as they are sustainable, like bamboo bowls. But don't assume that you have to be a hippie to appreciate this shop. Everywhere your eyes rest in this little store, there is something you must have or must give someone else. Partners Tina Carr and Anne Hettinger both make jewelry, and Hettinger's handbags and purses are so cute, you'd never know they were environmentally sound. More >>

  • The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

    437 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-473-3769 Last year, my boyfriend gave me a hand-painted locket from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Inside a bless his little heart a was a tiny drawing of Jesus jerking off (by dreamy/intense artist Jeff Davis). Even more than small jabs at holiness, this store is awesome for the designs of its owner, Judi Rosen, whose aesthetic is the hottest possible combination of an 11-year old boy in the mid-seventies (tight, knitted sweater vest, $110) and things so divinely feminine as garter belts with Rosenas own label (aMiss Dater by Judi Rosena, $18 or $25 with nylon knee-highs). Rest assured, accessories from local designers have a corresponding hotness level. More >>

  • Goodwill

    1704 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10128

  • Gotham Bikes

    101 Reade St New York, NY 10013
    212-732-2453 Low-end city bikes fly off of Gothamas floors, as riders clamber for the dependable ride, featuring a sturdy frame and tires thicker than a road bikeas but thinner than a mountain bikeas. Owned by Toga Bikes, Gotham carries names like Specialized, Giant, and Cannondale. Once a bike is purchased, Gotham recommends securing it with two locks, such as a lock and a rope lock, as most bike thieves carry only one type of tool. More >>

  • Gotham Book Mart

    16 E. 46th St. New York, NY 10036

    A mecca for literati, Gotham is mostly deserving of its reputationafor literary fiction and criticism, it's tough to beat. It's non-elitist and inspiring, and a visit may get you to pick up that unbreached copy of Finnegans Wake. (Don't go it alone: The Wake Watchers reading group meets here once a month.) More >>

  • Gotham West Market

    , 10036

  • Gothic Cabinet

    5877 57th St. Flushing, NY 11378

  • Gotta Knit

    14 E. 34th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-989-3030 Way into hand-holding, Gotta Knit spoon-feeds new and intermediate knitters the patterns, making sure that mohair sweater's going to fit. The store has an oddly '80s flareamust be those bright colors and metallic yarn. They also offer lessons for all skill levels. The yarn isn't cheap, but it is good quality: Seek out the cashmere or alpaca. More >>

  • Gourmet Garage

    117 7th Ave. S. New York, NY 10014
    212-414-5907 Gourmet Garage has the high quality and selection you have come to expect from "gourmet" food stores, but it's all laid out in a particularly appealing and accessible manner. It opened as a wholesale distributor (to the best New York restaurants) in 1981. In 1992, the retail version was born. Extremely well-sourced, the goods here are not cheap. Wise foodies will gets the basics elsewhere, but head to Gourmet Garage for the ingredients that really count. See website for other locations. More >>

  • Gowanus Art + Production

    452 Union St. New York, NY 11231

  • Grab

    438 7th Ave. New York, NY 11215

  • Grace's Marketplace

    1237 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-737-0600 As in Grace Balducci. Itas a well-rounded gourmet food market, meaning they cover all the bases with carefully chosen, though not exhaustive, offerings from cheese to produce to meat and fish. They also have a large prepared-food section, nice breads and tarts, and some hard-to-find grocery items from far-off lands. More >>

  • Gracefully


    28 Ave. A New York, NY 10009

    It's first and foremost a gourmet market, with overstuffed shelves packed with fancy cheeses, imported olive oils, snacks from Asia and all kinds of tasty treats. In-the-know East Village residents also come here for its excellent prepared foods, especially late at night when this 24-hour market is still open. The main attraction is the sandwich counter. Create your own sandwich or opt for one of the specials like the Pope of Graceland (roast beef, turkey, melted Muenster cheese and brown gravy on a toasted hero) or the Super Chick (sliced chicken breast, melted cheddar and roasted peppers on a roll). There is also a large selection of wraps and vegetarian sandwiches along with Panini, burgers, take-out sushi and create-your-own salads. In the morning, commuters often stop in for coffee and breakfast sandwiches or bagels from H&H before getting on their trains. The market also delivers between 8am and 7pm with a minimum order of $10.—Keith Wagstaff More >>

  • Gracious Home

    1992 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    800-338-7809 Whether you're looking for a specific wall sconce to complete your swish Manhattan apartment, or just need to replace the bathroom fixture in your crap LES hole-in-the-wall, Gracious Home is the place. Corny name aside, this housewares emporium is an invaluable, one-stop resource for everything from carpet-shampoo machine rentals to party invites. aZAPPIA OTHER LOCATION: 1217 & 1220 THIRD AVE NEW YORK, NY 10021 212-517-6300 More >>

  • Gramercy Thrift Shop

    Gramercy Thrift Shop

    157 E. 23rd St. New York, NY 10010

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