Music Genre

Club/Venue

Date

Artist

Retail Directory

67 Search Results
Display results per page
All # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
1 | 2 | 3 | Next Page >>
  • H by Hilfiger

    372 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    917-237-0983

    http://usa.tommy.com Here's what you do know about Tommy Hilfiger: He makes ugly T-shirts with his name on them, his clothes used to be really cool, and he has a very annoying daughter who was on a TV show once. Here's what you might not know about Tommy Hilfiger: There are actually some clothes here that are not red, white, and blue, and aren't emblazoned with his name, that aren't half-bad. More >>

  • H2O+

    511 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-750-8119

    http://www.h2oplus.com So-called because most of their skincare products are water-basedasea water, reallyathis chain offers a pretty comprehensive line of beauty and grooming products: There's simple, almost clinical toner for your face as well as bright make-up. The products aren't quite fancy, as such, but they're a nice alternative to your local drugstore. More >>

  • Habana

    Habana

    757 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-858-9500

    http://www.cafehabana.com The Fort Greeneabase of Sean Meenan's CafA(c) Habana is a cheerful, community-oriented eco-eatery that offers outdoor markets on Saturday afternoons and movie nights on Sundays at 8. The drinks come in biodegradable cornstarch cups. The plates are made from sugar cane. The lighting inside (boy, is there lightinganot much opportunity for romance here) is partially powered by solar panels in the courtyard, and while most of the seating is outdoor, the centerpiece of the Outpost is the world's first sunlit chandelier. More >>

  • Hable Construction

    230 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-8555

    http://www.hableconstruction.com Hable Construction is an innovative little brand, offering a whole range of imaginative fabric goods: pillows, totes, boxes, even just canvas prints stretched to be hung like paintings. The line is dynamic and eye-catching, and is sought after by tastemakers and those in the know. OTHER LOCATION: 117 Perry St New York, NY 10014 212-989-2375 More >>

  • Halloween Adventure

    104 4th Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-673-4546

    http://www.newyorkcostumes.com There is evidently no end to the public enthusiasm for legless mermaids, horned devil women, and Little Bo-Peeps holding phallic staffs. These depressing archetypes, and plenty more like them, are crowding the racks at the East Village branch of Halloween Adventure. Judging by the vast majority of packaged outfits, those pesky gender stereotypes that dogged us through the last century have followed us practically unchanged into the current one. More >>

  • Han Ah Reum Mart

    Han Ah Reum Mart

    25 W. 32nd St. New York, NY 10001
    212-695-3283

    http://www.hmart.com

  • Handmade

    251 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-694-9336

    http://www.handmadenyc.com Surprise! The whole point here is handcrafts, but as a result you get a lot of great accessories for the home and your person (bags, jewelry) that you haven't seen in hundreds of stores, dozens of times. More >>

  • Handmade

    150 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-924-6410

    http://www.handmadenyc.com Surprise! The whole point here is handcrafts, but as a result you get a lot of great accessories for the home and your person (bags, jewelry) that you haven't seen in hundreds of stores, dozens of times. More >>

  • Harlem Shambles

    2141 Frederick Douglass Boulevard , 10026
    646-476-4650

    harlemshambles.com

  • Harlem Vintage

    2235 Frederick Douglass Blvd. New York, NY 10027
    212-866-9463

    http://www.harlemvintage.com t's hardly a shocker the wine industry is synonymous with wealthy white males, yet there's nothing like a statistic to bring it home: According to the San Francisco Chronicle, of the 900 wineries in California, only seven are owned by African Americans. aI think history and tradition has a lot to do with it,a says Lee Campbell, manager of the recently opened wine shop, Harlem Vintage. "Grape wine is something that comes from Europe . . . There's certainly a class issue of it being a luxury item." The brainchild of local resident Eric Woods and his partner Jai Jai Greenfield, Harlem Vintage's mission not only aspires to change that statistic by promoting vintners of color, but to provide a sorely-needed convenience to the neighborhood. "I go into some of my customers' homes, and you'd be floored by the fact that these people have to go 50 blocks south for a decent bottle," says Campbell. "It's ridiculous." Despite some misconceptions, choices at the shop aren't limited to African American winemakers like Vision Cellars and Time Warner CEO Dick Parsons, although Greenfield says they do try to move beyond the Berringer to smaller vineyards that are "off the radar." They're also aiming to educate patrons with free tastings and steer them toward more interesting but less-familiar optionsahence a quality Gewurztraminer placed closer to the entrance than a bland Pinot Grigio. Designed to evoke "the style of the Harlem Renaissance," Greenfield says, Harlem Vintage resembles a comfy living room with warm wooden floors and candlelit shelves. Many talents of the 1920s first performed in this type of setting. Apparently, even residents grappling with the changing neighborhood and the hike in real estate prices have welcomed the store's presence. Harlem Vintage's impressive clientele-focused approach may also be part of the draw. "I tend to ask the consumer what they think about this bottle, see if they like it," says Greenfield. "If not, I'm not carrying it. Simple as that." More >>

  • Harlemade

    174 Lenox Ave. New York, NY 10026
    212-987-2500

  • Harriet's Alter Ego

    293 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-783-2074

    http://www.harrietsalterego.com

  • Harry Winston

    718 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-245-2000

    http://www.harrywinston.com Name-checked more during the Oscars than any producer or starlet, Harry Winston is an inelegant name for an elegant business. This diamond superstore, depending on your politics, will either cause your heart to flutter or your stomach to turn. More >>

  • Harry's Shoes

    2299 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-874-2034

    http://www.harrys-shoes.com This Upper West Side shoe emporium stocks all brands of durable, comfy footwear from Frye motorcycle boots to Earth shoes to Columbia trekkers. Its Uggs selection is pretty massive. More >>

  • The Hat Corner

    The Hat Corner

    174 Clymer St. New York, NY 10038
    212-964-5693

  • HBrickman & Sons

    HBrickman & Sons

    125 W. 3rd St. New York, NY 10012
    212-777-1500

  • Health Nuts

    2141 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-724-1972

    Letas get this fake-meat party started, all you health nuts. This place is focused on soy alternatives to cuddly friends, as opposed to a Moby-esque vegetarian hipness. Like a good, dusty old butcher's, this place is cramped and lacking in afrills." And thatas a good sign. More >>

  • Health Nuts

    2611 Broadway New York, NY 10025
    212-678-0054

    Letas get this fake-meat party started, all you health nuts. This place is focused on soy alternatives to cuddly friends, as opposed to a Moby-esque vegetarian hipness. Like a good, dusty old butcher's, this place is cramped and lacking in afrills." And thatas a good sign. More >>

  • Health Nuts

    835 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-490-2979

    Letas get this fake-meat party started, all you health nuts. This place is focused on soy alternatives to cuddly friends, as opposed to a Moby-esque vegetarian hipness. Like a good, dusty old butcher's, this place is cramped and lacking in afrills." And thatas a good sign. More >>

  • Health Nuts

    1208 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10065
    212-593-0116

    Letas get this fake-meat party started, all you health nuts. This place is focused on soy alternatives to cuddly friends, as opposed to a Moby-esque vegetarian hipness. Like a good, dusty old butcher's, this place is cramped and lacking in afrills." And thatas a good sign. More >>

  • Health Nuts

    211-35 26th Ave. Flushing, NY 11360
    718-225-8164

    Letas get this fake-meat party started, all you health nuts. This place is focused on soy alternatives to cuddly friends, as opposed to a Moby-esque vegetarian hipness. Like a good, dusty old butcher's, this place is cramped and lacking in afrills." And thatas a good sign. More >>

  • Heartbeat

    107 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-255-5260

    Heartbeat is a dance music record store that stocks hands-in-the-air house hits, trance, and disco. They are extremely gay-friendly. The owner Louis is an amicable and experienced DJ. More >>

  • Heidi Story

    453 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-965-1119

    http://www.heidistory.com Named after the owner herself, Heidi Storyas several-month-old shop will lure Slope shoppers farther into South Slope depths--well, only a couple blocks from that treasured 7th ave-9th street locusawith a cache of Sweetees knit t-shirts, Diana Lee sweaters and bath products from the coyly-named aSlope Sudsa. More >>

  • Heights Books

    109 Montague St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-624-4876

    http://www.heightsbooks.com Heights Books carries used art books, fiction and nonfiction (divided into minute subcategories like aIllness,a aRadical,a and aBoatsa). The aisles are so narrow that the staff fondly refers to them as alanes.a More >>

  • Heights Chateau Wines

    123 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-330-0963

    http://www.heightschateau.com A widely praised wine store with a large and unique selection, friednly and informed staff, and frequent tastings. More >>

1 | 2 | 3 | Next Page >>
Loading...