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  • Jarrod's Lounge

    198 Union Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-729-7277

  • Jay Vee Live Poultry Market

    214 Humboldt St. Brooklyn, NY 11206
    718-497-5010

    Think of it as pets by the pound if thatas what you need to do. This is not exactly free-range stuff, folks, but it is something to see and smell. Or at least itas cheaper to get a bunny here than most places. Right before Easter, they have the best sale on chicks. More >>

  • Jazz Record Center

    Jazz Record Center

    236 W. 26th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-675-4480

    http://www.jazzrecordcenter.com Unless you're a big-time bebop buff, you've probably never even heard of the Jazz Record Center. Hidden behind the unassuming Chelsea storefront is the best music store of its kind in New York City; this is the place to find rare and out-of-print jazz, along with books, videos, and magazines. More >>

  • JB Prince

    36 E. 31st St. New York, NY 10016
    800-473-0577

    http://www.jbprince.com Some people burrow through bins half-naked at sample sales, and some peruse the latest looks in a private room at Nieman Marcus. Likewise, some cooks pick up Teflon at tag sales, and others ride the elevator to the 11th floor to admire knives in glass cases at JB Prince, and they include many New York chefs looking for the best tools and cookware. Connoisseurs love the hard-to-find cookbook and Misono knives, but they also love restaurant wholesalers, so the key is to know when to splurge and when to skip it. More >>

  • JC Penney

    90-15 Queens Blvd. Flushing, NY 11373
    718-592-3900

    http://www.shopqueenscenter.com Sad to say, but how long has it been since any of us have really craved the J.C. Penney experience? It's the underwhelming department-store bookend at one end of every suburban town's "bad mall," the same mall with a single Chik-fil-A instead of a food court and a multiplex that shows Bad Boys II on all four screens for a week. We hope for a better future for this aging retail chain, but brands like Arizona Jean Company and even Nicole Miller's new line "nicole" do little to convince otherwise. More >>

  • JCPenney

    901 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10001
    212-295-6120

    http://www.jcpenney.com

  • Jean Stop

    511 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-499-0159

    Despite the name, this Brooklyn store specializes in Nikes. Search through the usual Footlocker selection for Dunks and Air Force Ones in hard-to-find color ways. More >>

  • Jeffrey New York

    449 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-206-3928

    http://www.jeffreynewyork.com Jeffrey New York can be counted on for swoon-inducing fashions for men, women, and the well-appointed home. The menas collection is a tad on the fruity side, with some fussy pieces even the prissiest metrosexual would sneer at, but cool basics for work or play abound. The womenas collectionaparticularly the much-touted shoe departmentais the stuff of dreams, though only the woman willing to spare no expense can make those dreams a reality. Thereas a beauty counter and a hodgepodge of frou-frou vases and candlesticks, the likes of which are always on wedding registries; so in a sense, this is a department store in miniature. Special bonus: Swing by on the weekend and watch rent boys choose outfits with their sugar daddiesaa sight thatas always good for some laughs. More >>

  • The Jeffrey

    The Jeffrey

    311 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10022
    917-238-2449

    The Jeffrey is one of those pedagogical bars that wants to teach you something, namely about craft beer and spirits. This is not necessarily as irritating as it sounds, especially when the bar in question cultivates a real knowledge on the subject like this one does. Nestled under the Queensboro Bridge, this is an Upper East Side installment from the team that brought The Alewife to LIC. During the day The Jeffrey multi-tasks as an espresso bar, but come noon you can drop in for one of the 30 carefully curated and hard-to-find rotating drafts. For those who can't choose, the tasting bar offers a well-rounded flight. More >>

  • Jewelry Arts Institute

    2180 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-362-8633

  • Jill Platner

    113 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-324-1298

    http://www.jillplatner.com Sculptural and elegant, Jill Platner's jewelryanecklaces, bracelets, earrings, and ringsais uniformly beautiful. It's refreshing to find a self-proclaimed designer who doesn't just string beads together and pat herself on the back; Platner's work is well conceived and durably made, and makes for the kind of investment you won't regret. More >>

  • Jill Stuart

    100 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-2300

    http://www.jillstuart.com Unfortunately, Jill Stuart seems to share her interior design sensibility with Donna Karan. Her shop, an enormous two-story affair, is militantly plain and full of her own designs at discouraging prices: $315 for a tiny pleated skirt; $95 for a pink undershirt. We fare better downstairs, which is called Jill Stuart Vintage (she's affixed this enormous label inside old clothes designed by somebody else). Here the monotony is relieved by ottomans covered with piano shawls, and the frothy confections on the racks include, for $85, a pale silk camisole lavished with lace enough to make a Callot soeur weep. More >>

  • Jillery

    88 E. 10th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-674-9383

    http://www.jillery.com Lending itself well to wedding gifts, Jilleryas afunctional arta (i.e. house-ware) is made out of squiggly cords of aluminum, adorned in colorful beads and stones. Catering especially to Jewish clients, the store has a large selection of similarly styled mezuzahs, menorahs and Kiddush cups. More >>

  • Jim Hanley's Universe

    4 W. 33rd St. New York, NY 10001
    212-268-7088

    Jim Hanleyas Universe has one of the city's best and most organized selections of comics (mainstream, Manga, Small Press, Mini, international) as well as figurines, t-shirts, music, and cards. More >>

  • Jimmy Choo

    645 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-593-0800

    http://www.jimmychoo.com There's just nothing as elegant as that deep purple box that your new Jimmy Choos come nestled in. Purple is the color of royalty, after all, and most of the styles in this collection are designed to make you feel like a princess: Even the simplest work-appropriate model is somehow special. The bags aren't as exciting, so only the shoes will do, and those aren't cheap, but that's OKaone pair should give you enough boost to last the year. More >>

  • Jimmy Choo

    716 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-759-7078

    http://www.jimmychoo.com There's just nothing as elegant as that deep purple box that your new Jimmy Choos come nestled in. Purple is the color of royalty, after all, and most of the styles in this collection are designed to make you feel like a princess: Even the simplest work-appropriate model is somehow special. The bags aren't as exciting, so only the shoes will do, and those aren't cheap, but that's OKaone pair should give you enough boost to last the year. More >>

  • Jinil Au Chocolate

    1371 Coney Island Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11230
    718-758-0199

    http://www.jinil.com This kosher chocolatier is a good bet for those who pride themselves on knowing a superior chocolate-covered pretzel when they encounter one. Itas not cheap, but it's a great place for gift baskets. More >>

  • Jinil Au Chocolate

    238 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10016
    800-645-4645

    http://www.jinil.com This kosher chocolatier is a good bet for those who pride themselves on knowing a superior chocolate covered pretzel when they encounter one. Itas not cheap, but a great place for gift baskets. More >>

  • Jinil Au Chocolate

    414 Central Ave. Cedarhurst, NY 11516
    800-645-4645

    http://www.jinil.com This kosher chocolatier is a good bet for those who pride themselves on knowing a superior chocolate-covered pretzel when they encounter one. Itas not cheap, but it's a great place for gift baskets. More >>

  • Jo Malone

    949 Broadway New York, NY 10010
    212-673-2220

    http://www.jomalone.co.uk Malone offers a modern update on prim Englishness: Her products (scented candles for the home, scents and lotions for the body, gently scented skincare treatments) are floral and pretty, but not chintzy or grandmotherly. The collection is meant to rejuvenate and relax, and Malone's shop offers treatments (facials, light massages) that are also guaranteed to soothe. More >>

  • Joe Pro Shop

    131 West 21st Street , 10011
    212-924-7400

  • Joe

    Joe's Shanghai

    9 Pell St. New York, NY 10013
    212-233-8888

    http://www.joeshanghairestaurants.com Hereas the place to sample the celebrated soup dumplings of Shanghai (called "steamed buns" on the menu)--hefty pouches of dough filled with crab or pork in a savory brown gravy. Nip off the top and decant the gravy into your spoon, then eat the dumpling between sips of sauce. Or develop your unique personal strategy. For the adventuresome thereas drunken crab, a sort of ceviche of raw Maryland blues marinated in yellow rice wine, with the cerulean of the shell creating a pretty contrast with the electric-orange roe. More >>

  • John Allan's

    46 E. 46th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-922-0361

    John Allan's promises a areturn to a simpler time, where man had a place he could call his own.a The '50s man dream is beautiful, but puzzling: the signature products here are bilberry astringent, oat bran cream and stingray-skin razors. Additional services to aease the soula: Massages, manicures and highlights. More >>

  • John Derian

    10 E. 2nd St. New York, NY 10003
    212-677-8408

    http://www.johnderian.com Derian practices the art of decoupage; it sounds terribly dorky, the kind of thing you'd score at a bad yard sale, but in fact, in his hands, it really is an art. Decoupage is, for those who never went to nerd-friendly art camp, the craft of gluing paper images to surfaces. In Derian's case, this means quirky collages of antique papers on everything from paperweights to vases, all of them totally charming. More >>

  • John Fluevog

    John Fluevog

    250 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-4484

    http://www.johnfluevog.com Tireless crusader for the platform heel, Canadian shoemaker John Fluevog made his name during the psychedelic revival of the early '90s, when his Minnie Mouse numbers wore grooves in Lady Kieras heart and and Madonna buckled on a pair to meet Truth or Dare beau Warren Beatty. That was fifteen years ago, but just like the Material Girl herself, this catas got nine lives. Or at least, angelic soles that resist Satan. More >>

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