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  • Manhattan Mall

    6th Ave. & 33rd St. New York, NY 10001
    212-465-0500

    http://www.manhattanmallny.com Know how your hometown has the "good mall" with the real movie theater and the glorious Cinnabonaand then there is the bad mall, which hangs on by one gutted Claire's Boutique? Manhattan Mall is the latter. God only knows why there needs to be a mall in Herald Square, what with gigantic-sized versions of every major retail chain in existence on the same block. But mall there isaand they do have a Wet Seal and Wok n Roll, for full-on suburban cred. More >>

  • Manhattan Portage

    258 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-9655

    http://www.manhattanportage.com It is still unclear why at the end of the millennium every other person in New York was wearing a nylon messenger bag with a little patched picture of a skyline. Although Manhattan Portageas popularity seems to be on the downswing, some variation of the companyas simple, but somehow groundbreaking ideaaone-strap outdoor bag for an urban environmentacan be purchased in most department stores across the country. More >>

  • Manhattan Portage

    110 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-1085

    http://www.manhattanportage.com It is still unclear why at the end of the millennium every other person in New York was wearing a nylon messenger bag with a little patched picture of a skyline. Although Manhattan Portageas popularity seems to be on the downswing, some variation of the companyas simple, but somehow groundbreaking ideaaone-strap outdoor bag for an urban environmentacan be purchased in most department stores across the country. More >>

  • Manhattan Train & Hobby

    14 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-840-8700

    http://www.manhattantrains.com Manhattan Train & Hobby carries scale-model replicas of historic and modern trains, as well as rare trolley cars (selling for a couple thousand). Out-of-shop orders here are prompt. More >>

  • Manic Panic

    21-07 Borden Ave. Long Island City, NY 11101
    718-937-6055

    http://www.manicpanic.com

  • Manolo Blahnik

    31 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-582-3007

    http://www.manoloblahnik.com A pair of Manolo Blahniks remains an enduring status symbol among a certain, discerning class of woman. The rest just shrug their shoulders, unwilling to go so high (in the heel and in the price tag) in the name of fashion. More >>

  • Manor House Cellar

    61 23rd St. New York, NY 10010
    212-206-7900

    http://www.manorhousecellar.com A decent wine selection, though we always would like to see more choices under $10, and great advice on scotch, etc. More >>

  • Marc by Marc Jacobs

    403-405 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-924-0026

    http://www.marcjacobs.com Sometimes you have to go along with the crowd because sometimes the crowd is right. Marc by Marc Jacobs clothes are cute; there's no other word for it. Infinitely better than his signature collection, and cheaper, and even with a better ad campaignago there, buy, and look cute, by all means. More >>

  • Marc by Marc Jacobs Accessories

    Marc by Marc Jacobs Accessories

    385 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-924-6126

    http://www.marcjacobs.com The only thing I really like by Marc Jacobs is the accessories; I can see what all the fuss is about. The bags have a heft and a detail that scream luxury, while the look, mercifully, doesn't. The shoes are often pretty and sexy in the same go, and the presentation at this little shop recalls an art gallery or a temple, appropriate, given the fanatical desire Jacobs' accessories inspire in the hearts of his fans. More >>

  • Marc Jacobs

    163 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1490

    http://www.marcjacobs.com What's left to say about fashion's golden boy? I see the appeal in his great shoes and bags, but can't shake the disturbing image of Sofia Coppola curled up in bed, Marc Jacobs bag beside her like a lover. (I guess it really isn't possible to mention Jacobs without mentioning Sofia. How irksome.) Jacobs has some nerve charging the prices he does for his signature collectionathe pretty dresses or great coats, fine, but the rest of the line is (sorry) not worth it. Also, the menswear is, despite what the critics say, ugly and unwearable. More >>

  • Marc Jancou Contemporary

    524 W. 24st St. New York, NY 10001
    212-473-2100

    http://www.marcjancou.com

  • Marchand de Legumes

    252 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-965-1954

    http://www.marchanddelegumes.com The Japanese are better than us. The proof's in the pudding at Marchand de Legumes, a Tokyo-based clothing and gift store with but one outside-Japan outpost: on Elizabeth Street, in Nolita. With items culled from around the globe, our favorite still remains their the brand's own talking watch. It speaks Japanese, of course. More >>

  • Margaret O'Leary

    1100 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10028
    646-216-2830

    http://www.margaretoleary.com Ireland native Margaret OaLeary started out in the U.S. in 1988 with a small knitwear studio in San Francisco; 18 years later, the business has expanded into nine stores nationwide. In addition to her collection of knit cardigans, sweaters, shawls, and tops, each of the eponymous stores includes a selection from other designers OaLeary fancies: clothing from Mint and Velvet; jewelry from Me+Ro and Jill Platner; accessories from Botkier and Sigerson Morrison. More >>

  • MarieBelle Sweets

    484 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-925-6999

    http://www.mariebelle.com Famous for their Aztec Hot Chocolate (made from rich Venezuelan Cocoaanot cocoa powder), Mariebelleas beautiful artisanal chocolates are always a big step up from corny, heart-shaped confections your aunt would pick out. They are not cheap, but a little goes a long way, (a 9 piece box is $22) since they come in an elegant box and are pretty enough to string on a chain around your neck. When youare done admiring them, sample the unusual flavors, like saffron, lavender, earl grey tea, and cardamom. More >>

  • Marino's Pizzeria & Restaurant

    163-01 29th Ave. New York, NY 11358
    718-539-4078

    http://www.marinosupermarket.com/store/

  • Mario Badescu

    320 E. 52nd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-758-1065

    http://www.mariobadescu.com I've always thought he sounded like a minor Iron Curtain autocrat, but in fact, Mario is a master of gentle skin care, and at his eponymous salon you can score some of that TLC for a surprisingly reasonable price. More >>

  • Bridal Atelier by Mark Ingram

    110 E. 55th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-319-6778

    http://www.bridalatelier.com

  • Mark Montano

    434 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-505-0325

    http://www.markmontano.com I donat know the guy, but if the shop is Mark Montano, letas just say I donat like Mark Montano. In the window, a TV set plays episodes of his home makeover show, While You Were Out (TLC). His headshots are everywhere. His book, Super Suite is for sale near the counter. You may or may not have the kinds of friends who would like his cutesy, over-adorned knick-knacks. I donat. If you do, you may be able to fool them into thinking you covered a large pillow in sequins yourself. But you didnat. Mark Montano did, and then you paid $60 for it. Plenty of items are much cheaper, but none seem worth it, like the $20 aGrandma Fabulousa candle, which means aI poured wax in a silly teacupa. More >>

  • Market

    1211 Cortelyou Road New York, NY 11226
    718-284-4446

  • The Market NYC

    268 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-580-8995

    http://www.themarketnyc.com Also known as "The Young Designer's Market," and "The Nolita Market," this indoor space is full of independent designers on Saturdays and Sundays (11-7). Some of the goods are less-than-exciting, like silk-screened American Apparel T-shirts you could make for less, but some exciting stalls have wooden jewelry and, recently, skirts made out of keffiyehs. More >>

  • Marlow & Daughters

    95 Broadway New York, NY 11211
    718-388-5700

  • Marmalade Vintage

    172 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-473-8070

    http://www.marmaladevintage.com A reliable source for slouchy boots and playful vintage from the 70s and 80s, Marmalade is a requisite stop for any LES shopper. Some prices are steep, but then again, when you find the skirt that makes you feel like a gleeful little kid, itas worth it. More >>

  • Marni

    161 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-3912

    http://www.marni-international.com Marni is among those few collections (for both the sexes) that is consistently cool; colorful but not garish, sexy but not trampy, classic but not boring, Marni clothes demonstrate that God does indeed lurk in the details. The store itself is a bit too-cool for my taste (glass floors always freak me out) but the clothes are awesome, and that is the point, right? More >>

  • Marrakech East

    434 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-387-9630

    It's another wedding of someone you don't know and don't care that much about. It's a birthday of someone you do know and feel even less for. Time for a trip to Marrakech East, a tiny shop packed with a candy-store vision of imported Moroccan goods: little painted glasses for hot mint tea; eye-catching Morrocan stained-glass lamps hanging from the ceiling; tiny bejeweled metal boxes, perfect to stuff your earrings or "prescription meds" into. A gift from here, and it'll look like you actually gave a crap and moved beyond Pier 1 Import cheese. Even though we all know the truth. More >>

  • Marshalls

    105 W. 125th St. New York, NY 10027
    212-866-3963

    http://www.marshalls.com

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