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  • Kinokuniya Bookstore

    Kinokuniya Bookstore

    10 W. 49th St. New York, NY 10020

    Japanese expats practice the art of tateyomi, or reading while standing, at this Rockefeller Plaza outpost of the venerable Kinokuniya booksellers. Jockey for space among them, and the occasional trendspotter, to peruse the latest fashion bulletins, from the zany (Cutie, Fruits) to the demure (Non-no, Spring) to the avant-garde (Ryuko Tsushin, So-en). For those put off by foreign text, occasional English buzzwords, such as "funky beach lady" and "gothic futurism," aid the imagination. More >>

  • Kinokuniya Bookstore

    1073 Sixth Ave. New York, NY 10018

  • Kirna Zabete

    96 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-941-9656 The selection at this surprisingly commodious boutique runs the gamut from the most recognizable names in the industry to newcomers youave never heard of. Take a chance; if it ended up here, itas got to be good. More >>

  • Kitchen Arts & Letters

    Kitchen Arts & Letters

    1435 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10128
    212-876-5550 Gourmands, at least in caricature, are messy, obsessive, extremely smart but (the good ones) not snobby, and passionate. Kitchen Arts & Letters is like the inside of a gourmandas mind. It is crammed with thousands of food tomes and cookbooks (from the latest to the rarest), in a logical but confusing arrangement, which encourages lengthy perusing. The owners are jolly and full of advice, encyclopedic knowledge, and energy. More >>

  • Kitchen/Market

    218 8th Ave. New York, NY 10011

    Vapid Sister and Textbook Cad are chronic cooers about gastronomy. With the holidays approaching, Cad's latest fad is Kitchen/Market, a whimsical gallery of Mexicana kitsch. Amid the folksy angel ornaments and painted crucifixes, Cad buys Vapid exotic epicurean delights: cajeta (goat's milk caramel), squash blossoms, pomegranate molasses, and a million barbecue and hot sauces (try "Jump Up and Kiss Me"). For those too lazy to journey to Chelsea, Kitchen/Market's condiment line is available via catalog (1-888-HOT-4433). More >>

  • KITH

    644 Broadway New York, NY 10012

  • Kitty Kind at Petco

    860 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-726-2652 You want a cat? You can't handle a cat. And the frizzy-haired spinsters at Kitty Kind at Petco are going to guarantee you never so much as glance at a poor old homeless cat again. You pervert. If you do happen to find your feline soul mate at this place, rehearse the following facts, and be prepared for a grueling interrogation: You live alone. You work at home seven days a week. You have no friends and will never marry. Declawing should be illegal. Dry food is poison. You may or may not have a cat already. (You'll have to wing this part.) If you do, it is the opposite sex of the cat you are hoping to adopt. More >>

  • Klavierhaus

    211 W. 58th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-245-4535 Looking to ditch that cheap Casio? Klavierhaus' extravagantly-appointed showroom and expert workshop deals in exquisite pianos, new and antique, at break-the-bank prices ranging from the low five figures to the six figures. But where else are you going to find a perfectly-restored French art-deco grand from 1927, or a custom-built Italian Fazioli? More >>

  • Kleinfeld Bridal

    8202 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-765-8500 I bet you a dollar that someone you know bought something here at some point in time. Some couples register at Tiffany, some register at Target, but buying wedding gear, especially the big gunathe bride's gownaat the legendary Kleinfeld Bridal is something almost all NYC wedding parties share in common. Girls who've been planning their weddings since age 11 get a faraway look in their eye at any mention of Kleinfeld, visions of chiffon and lace dancing in their heads. More >>

  • K-Mart


    770 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-673-1540 Old reliable Kmart seems kinder and humbler in these days of Walmart, doesn't it? Whether you're going to camp, setting up a dorm room, or investing in all the basics on a budget, what would you do without it? It may not be luxruious shopping, but it's satisfyingly self-serve. More >>

  • Kmart

    250 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10119
    212-673-1540 Old reliable Kmart seems kinder and humbler in these days of Walmart, doesn't it? Whether you're going to camp, setting up a dorm room, or investing in all the basics on a budget, what would you do without it? It may not be luxruious shopping, but it's satisfyingly self-serve. More >>

  • Knit-A-Way

    398 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-797-3305 This place services those who've caught the knitting bug, an unexpected but powerful movement among young, fashion-forward, bored-looking women. In addition to all the supplies one will require, newcomers to the movement can take classes here too. More >>

  • Knitting Hands

    398 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-858-5648 Knitting Hands easily qualifies as the best knitting shop around. The friendly, helpful staff thaws the soul that has been frozen by icy receptions at Manhattanas snobby shops. Just as important, the yarn prices are actually affordable (although mohair remains pricey), so you donat need to take out a second mortgage to crochet a scarf. The spacious store also sells patterns, books, and videos, and offers classes. More >>

  • Korin

    57 Warren St. New York, NY 10007

  • The Kosher Marketplace

    2442 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-580-6378 The Kosher Marketplace, with its blue facade and star of David logo, is ndespensible to the Upper West Side's Kosher population. Many shoppers from other areas travel here as well, for the grocery items, meat selection, and a very popular prepared food section, featuring Jewish favorites as well as less predictable items, like fresh sushi. More >>

  • Kossar's Bialys

    367 Grand St. New York, NY 10002
    212-473-4810 There are a lot of fancy little food shops in New York, which is all fine and good, but thereas really nothing better than a shop that doesnat give a crap about you. Many such places are on the Lower East Side, and of them all, 65-year-old Kossaras Bialys is the best example. Itas not that they arenat friendly and pleasant, but their attitude is: This is where we make themayou can have some if you want. And you do, because they are by far the best, and maybe the only real bialys in the country. More >>

  • Kremer Pigments

    247 W. 29th St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-2394 An artist restoring the Sistine Chapel will eventually need the perfect paint to touch up God, and Kremer Pigments may be the best place to find it. The store, catering to artists and restorers of masterworks, has 500 pigments, which can be mixed into 125 million different color nuances. Based in a tiny south German town, 1,200 years old, Kremer grinds and sifts their own pigments at their water-powered mill. As a perk to NYC customers, the shop offers classes on how to mix paints, so you, too, can repaint the Mona Lisa. More >>

  • Krups Kitchen & Bath

    11 W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-5787 At the nexus of function and great design, there is Krups. The brand's toasters and coffee makers are beautiful while seemingly able to do five more tasks than the average Panasonic toy. Check out panini makers of the future at this Flatiron retail location. More >>

  • Kurowycky Meat Products

    124 1st Ave. New York, NY 10009

    Upon entering this family-run smokehouse and butchershop, meat lovers will be overwhelmed with the desire for smoky sausages. In addition to sausages, there is also a small selection of Ukrainian and Polish grocery items and bread. More >>

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