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  • K & M Camera

    377 E. 23rd St. New York, NY 10010
    212-532-1106

    http://www.kmcamera.com For students who hope to set up their own darkroom in a pathetically small, perpetually dusty New York bathroom, K & M Camera wants to sell you chemicals. The photography store caters to photo enthusiasts rather than professionals, but its suppliesaand discountsashould meet most scholarsa needs. More >>

  • K & M Camera

    385 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-523-0954

    http://www.kmcamera.com For students who hope to set up their own darkroom in a pathetically small, perpetually dusty New York bathroom, K & M Camera wants to sell you chemicals. The photography store caters to photo enthusiasts rather than professionals, but its suppliesaand discountsashould meet most scholarsa needs. More >>

  • K-B Toys

    901 6th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-629-5386

    K-B Toys has the usual smattering of games, animals, Barbies, and hula hoops. Selection is mediocre, but prices arenat bad. More >>

  • K-B Toys

    2411 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-595-4389

    http://www.kbtoys.com/KB/comingsoon.html K-B Toys has the usual smattering of games, animals, Barbies, and hula hoops. Selection is mediocre, but prices arenat bad. More >>

  • K-B Toys

    2655 Richmond Ave. Staten Island, NY 10314
    718-698-8686

    K-B Toys has the usual smattering of games, animals, Barbies, and hula hoops. Selection is mediocre, but prices arenat bad. More >>

  • K.L. Malaysia Beef Jerky

    K.L. Malaysia Beef Jerky

    95A Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10019
    212-965-0796

    http://www.malaysiabeefjerky.com Though not really a sit-down dining experience, K. L. Malaysia Beef Jerky makes its mark by offering jerky that has little in common with what’s normally called jerky in America. The jerkies– called Bak Kwa, a typically Chinese-style of preparing meat that can sometimes taste more like candy than jerky– are spicy and sweet, rather than salty, and can be ordered in bulk—and even shipped across the country. It’s worth going in and placing an order in person at the Little Italy shop, though, as the jubilant staff ladies cooks up the jerky right there in store, within view of the customers, and are willing to vacuum pack it so you can take it away and keep for as long as you can resist eating it. --Shane Barnes More >>

  • Kalyustan

    Kalyustan's

    123 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-685-3451

    http://www.kalustyans.com This is certainly not just an Indian market, though it is indispensible for those in search of spices from the subcontinent. For all culinary needs, especially international groceries you just can't find anywhere else, Kalyustan's saves the day every time, and while you're there, get inspired by perusing the aisles: mustard fruit, pomegranite molassis, szichhuan peppercorns... More >>

  • Kam Chueh

    Kam Chueh

    40 Bowery New York, NY 10013
    212-791-6868

    Ever eaten in a Chinese restaurant where every dish was a knockout? The bank of teeming aquariums near the entrance is part of the secret. Try razor clams served in a complex sauce for which black beans are only a point of departure; lobster cooked elementally with scallions and ginger; or a clam casserole featuring a delicious broth sharpened with hot chiles. An unexpected favorite was a big T-bone steak smothered in flowering chives, the meat moist and done to a turn. As we dug into the sliced prawns, our waiter advised us that the heads we discarded were the best part. He was right. More >>

  • Kam Man Food Products

    200 Canal New York, NY 10013
    212-571-0330

    http://www.kammanfood.com Vegetarians in search of terrors should make haste to Chinatown's Kam Man Food Products, where hungry shoppers can be seen nibbling on spicy cows' sinews. Besides doing a brisk trade in porcelain ware and ginseng varietals, Kam Man stocks a multitude of Asian groceries and prepared foods: Gourmets in search of Mt. Ali Grass Jelly ("It's jelly for your belly"), lotus root starch, whole dried scallops, or fresh Singapore noodles and sweet-and-sour chickens' feet will not leave empty-handed. More >>

  • Kangol

    196 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10023
    212-724-1172

    http://www.kangol.com "Born British, raised on the streets of New York" is how Kangol likes to sum up their near-100 year history, which began with berets imported from the Basque country and grew from a small UK outfit. LL Cool J in the early 80s, Slick Rick's namecheck in "La DiDadi"...we hope these guys got lifetime supplies. More >>

  • Kaori's Closet

    71 W Houston Street , 10012
    212-387-7788

    http://www.kaoriscloset.com/

  • Kaori's Closet

    71 W Houston Street , 10012
    212-387-7788

    http://www.kaoriscloset.com/

  • Kar'ikter

    19 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-274-1966

    http://www.karikter.com Inspired by European fictional characters like Tintin, Asterix, Babar, and Le Petit Prince, this tidy white store sells happy, needless objects like Dropper Poppers (those rubber suctions that fly in the air) and Philippe Starck Gnomes. More >>

  • Karens for People + Pets

    1195 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-472-9440

    Known for their grooming, Karens treats your puppy like a princess (or prince), often bathing the pups with hypoallergenic shampoos, soothing the sensitive skin of highly bred dogs. If Roveras good, he may even get an organic dog biscuit. More >>

  • Karin Alexis

    490 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-769-9550

    http://www.karinalexis.com Stylish without being pretentious, Karin Alexis carries patterned cotton clothes, covered in cowboy, deers or pigtails (attached to flying girls). More >>

  • Karishma Fashion

    Karishma Fashion

    37-48 74th St. Flushing, NY 11372
    718-335-6661

    A palette of fuchsias, reds, turquoises, mandarins, emeralds, and dozens of other Technicolors dazzles from the second you walk by Karishma Fashion. Styles are similar to what your lucky dolls got to wear, and come in colors and cuts you felt obligated to give up after age 17. Pants, dresses, skirts, and midriff-baring tops are hand-jeweled and sequined with alarming attention to detail. Indian brides hit this Jackson Heights spot for finery for their celebrations, knowing no two outfits here are alike. Even Barbie's dollhouse closet can't live up to that. More >>

  • Katagiri

    224 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-3566

    http://www.katagiri.com This small Japanese grocery has been a destination for chefs and Japanese food lovers for almost a hundred years. The selection includes hard to find ingredients and a wealth of inspirationf or home cooks. More >>

  • Kate Spade

    454 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-274-1991

    http://www.katespade.com Kate Spade inspires a near-religious devotion in her many fans. Her quirky, retro handbags reference the Jackie O.aera, but her empire has thankfully expanded beyond the borders of kitsch. Spade also makes more modern handbags and a cute collection of shoes. Linens, stationery, beauty products, and sunglasses complete the collection. More >>

  • Kate Spade Baby

    59 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-8654

    http://www.katespade.com You knew this one was coming. The Kate Spade empire branches out further with its baby lineanaturally, the colorful totes and handbags that made Spade famous, now tweaked to accomodate diapers, baby accessories, and wet naps. At $300, the Kate Spade stroller is one expensive baby-shower gift; we suggest the $30 silver-plated baby cup instead. More >>

  • Kate's Paperie

    8 W. 13th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-633-0570

    http://www.katespaperie.com I don't know who Kate is, but she's sure collected a hell of a lot of stuff: writing paper, envelopes, journals, fancy pens, art supplies, ribbons, gift wrap, and more. The presentation is so chic, you're distracted enough not to realize that you're basically in an overpriced Hallmark store. There are tourists aplenty, but deal with itathis is a great place to grab a gift, especially if it's for someone you don't know or like very much. More >>

  • Kate's Paperie

    1282 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-396-3670

    http://www.katespaperie.com I don't know who Kate is, but she's sure collected a hell of a lot of stuff: writing paper, envelopes, journals, fancy pens, art supplies, ribbons, gift wrap, and more. The presentation is so chic, you're distracted enough not to realize that you're basically in an overpriced Hallmark store. There are tourists aplenty, but deal with itathis is a great place to grab a gift, especially if it's for someone you don't know or like very much. More >>

  • Katrina Parris Flowers

    1844 7th Ave. New York, NY 10026
    212-222-7030

    http://www.katrinaparrisflowers.com Katrina Parris specializes in extremely elegant flower arrangements with a whimsical and creative approach. It used used to be a service for private clients only, but now we can all bring our ideas there, and count on seeing them realized. More >>

  • Kaufman Lingerie‎

    73 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-226-1629

    http://www.awkaufman.com Established in 1925, AW Kaufman carries sweet, lacy night-ware by European designers, like Oscar de la Renta, Fantasie and La Perla. Most items are silky and old-world elegant, but you do have to try them on in a storage closet. More >>

  • Kazuyo Nakano

    117 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-7093

    http://www.kazuyonakano.com Fear not color, my little black-clad New Yorker. Kyoto-born purse designer Kazuyo Nakano would like add to a spark of eggplant purple or taxi-cab yellow to your life with her unconventional, technicolor totes and handbags. Now toss that crap Longchamp nylon tote out. More >>

  • KC Art Supplies

    252 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-852-1271

    KC likes to lure its customers in with promises of custom framing, hoping theyall stay and pick up some paints and canvases along the way. One room, called athe pen shop,a offers stationery and sickly expensive pens with brand names like Waterman and Mont Blanc. More >>

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