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  • Morgenthal Frederics

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-956-6402

    http://www.morgenthalfrederics.com Jan Brady never had it so good: Morgenthal-Frederics makes eyeglasses so chic that Marcia would have been jealous. For men and women alike, this brand is a terrific bet, and the selection is so broad it's hard to even pinpoint the signature look. Chances are good that no matter what you want in a pair of glasses (and if you wear them, you'll probably want a lot of very specific things, especially if you wear them every single day) something here will suit you. More >>

  • Morgenthal Frederics

    699 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-838-3090

    http://www.morgenthalfrederics.com Jan Brady never had it so good: Morgenthal-Frederics makes eyeglasses so chic that Marcia would have been jealous. For men and women alike, this brand is a terrific bet, and the selection is so broad it's hard to even pinpoint the signature look. Chances are good that no matter what you want in a pair of glasses (and if you wear them, you'll probably want a lot of very specific things, especially if you wear them every single day) something here will suit you. More >>

  • Morgenthal Frederics

    944 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-744-9444

    http://www.morgenthalfrederics.com Jan Brady never had it so good: Morgenthal-Frederics makes eyeglasses so chic that Marcia would have been jealous. For men and women alike, this brand is a terrific bet, and the selection is so broad it's hard to even pinpoint the signature look. Chances are good that no matter what you want in a pair of glasses (and if you wear them, you'll probably want a lot of very specific things, especially if you wear them every single day) something here will suit you. More >>

  • Morgenthal Frederics

    399 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-966-0099

    http://www.morgenthalfrederics.com Jan Brady never had it so good: Morgenthal-Frederics makes eyeglasses so chic that Marcia would have been jealous. For men and women alike, this brand is a terrific bet, and the selection is so broad it's hard to even pinpoint the signature look. Chances are good that no matter what you want in a pair of glasses (and if you wear them, you'll probably want a lot of very specific things, especially if you wear them every single day) something here will suit you. More >>

  • Morning To Midnight Japanese Cuisine

    Morning To Midnight Japanese Cuisine

    55 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-353-2698

    m 2 m is text-message for amorning to midnighta though this Asian grocery store is actually open till 2 a.m., which is convenient in case you run out of zany fruit snacks, mochi, or hot sesame oil at bed time. There is a small and somewhat random selection of kitchen items like sponges and Tupperware, as well as a refrigerator case with vegetables, sushi, and meat. But m 2 m is most likely to come in handy for (mostly Japanese) pantry goods like noodles, rice, panko, sauces, and candy. More >>

  • Morrell Wine Store

    1 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10020
    212-688-9370

    A fancy wine store in a fancy location. Top bottles are always available, plus advice from experts. More >>

  • Moshood

    Moshood

    698 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-243-9433

    http://www.afrikanspirit.com "And please watch the buttons on that jacket; it's a Moshood," warns a customer at Different Cleaners II, and so goes another testament to one of black Brooklyn's most cherished cultural institutions. The line's logoathe omnipresent African Spiritacan be seen borough-wide, staring at you from a red-and-black plaid wrap suit outside Atlantic Center or from the back of a T-shirt inside Cellars. You may never see it referenced in Vogue or Vibe, but for many Brooklynites, it's the chicest thing going on. More >>

  • Moss

    150 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    212-204-7100

    http://www.mossonline.com Glaringly austere, Moss looks like one of those fabulously off-putting design shops you'd find only in Soho: Objects are displayed in glass cases, and a mere table setting can cost upwards of $10,000. Pricey plates aside, there's an eclectic array of affordable gifts, and some are downright warm and fuzzy. More >>

  • Motif 56

    163 Pacific St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-797-5083

    I had a little shiver run up my spine when I heard about this Moroccan emporium. I pictured cheap brass and mirrored pillows, but the stuff at Motif 56 avoids connoting props for a theme-park Moroccan restaurant. The housewares are elegant (and surprisingly inexpensive) and the various odds and endsa bags for men and women, jewelry, what have youaare all well chosen, making this store a bastion of good taste on a street where that's still sorely lacking, gentrification or no. More >>

  • Mottsu Japanese Restaurant

    Mottsu Japanese Restaurant

    285 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-8017

    http://www.mottsu.com This punningly named Japanese restaurant ("mutsu" means bluefish) excels at sushi, as you can tell by the long arc of the sushi bar dominating the minimalist space. The generous California roll might be the best in town, luxuriantly smothered in flying-fish roe. Other interesting short dishes included nuggets of tempura-fried filet mignon, miso soup dotted with cockles, and king crab legs propped among seaweed, daikon, and cucumbers in a light vinaigrette. The short list of entrees contains unexpected selections (chicken stuffed with mozzarella), but you can easily make a meal of non-entrees. More >>

  • Mount Carmel Wine & Spirits

    609 E. 187th St. Bronx, NY 10458
    718-367-7833

    http://www.mountcarmelwines.com This Arthur Avenue liquor store does this Italian American neighborhood proud, with a large selection of Limoncello and 15 types of amaro. They also stock wine from more than 36 regions. More >>

  • Muddy Cup Coffee House

    388 Van Duzer St. Staten Island, NY 10304
    718-818-8100

    http://www.muddycup.com Antique furniture, exposed brick, and a high, tin ceiling lends to the eclectic, relaxed atmosphere of this coffee house, removed from the hustle and bustle of Manhattan. People with an insatiable sweet tooth wonat want to leave after trying their cheese danish and apple turnovers. But first you need to get there, which means overcoming that irrational fear of Staten Island. More >>

  • MUJI

    52 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003
    212-358-8693

    http://www.muji.us

  • Multimedia 1.0

    18 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-539-1039

    The Kim's (or Forbidden Planet or Toy Tokyo) of gaming, Multimedia 1.0 carries cartridges for the Commodore 64 on up through Nintendo 64, plus nerd-punk zines, old hardware, and, of course, the latest and greatest discs. It's the only game in town! More >>

  • Murray

    Murray's Cheese

    254 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-3289

    http://www.murrayscheese.com How many types of blue cheese does one person need? I counted 11 the other day at Murray's Cheese. The counter staff is bizarrely knowledgeable (they must hurry home at night and eat cheese) and the selection outstrips any other fromagerie in town. And there's always a special cheese-producing region of the globe being spotlighted, if you arrive with no idea what to buy. More >>

  • Music Inn World Instruments

    169 W. Fourth St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-5715

    This oddly anal-expulsive store has random wooden instruments (harps, kotos, sitars, ukeleles, kanteles, drums), and tribal art (masks, sculptures, canes) hanging from the ceiling and walls. There is way too much clutter to consider getting to the back of the store. More >>

  • Mxyplyzyk

    125 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10014
    212-989-4300

    http://www.mxyplyzyk.com On one of those long afternoons, when youare with a group of friends who are still shopping even though everyone's bored and hates each other, Mxyplyzyk (mix-ee-pliz-ik) is good fodder for half-hazard conversation, each item demanding some kind of snort, laugh or girly squeal of affection. A home design shop set on aproving itas never to late to have a happy childhood,a Mxyplyzyk is adorned with cutesy objects and appliances: space-age sandwich-makers ($130), ash trays with pissed-off tots in the center ($35), and purses that look jarringly similar to coffee cups, stamped with the words awe are happy to serve youa ($25). More >>

  • My Secret Closet

    www.boutiquekcg.com/mysecretcloset New York, NY 10003

  • Myers of Keswick

    634 Hudson St. New York, NY 10014
    212-691-4194

    http://www.myersofkeswick.com In Manhattan, gourmet warehouses such as Zabar's, Garden of Eden, and Fairway feature all sorts of importationsaScottish salmon, Belgian chocolates, Turkish delight. But more compact stores concentrate on the victuals of a single nation. English cuisine may be a punchline the world over, but West Village provisioners Myers of Keswick aren't in on the joke. Aside from importing all manner of Cadbury chocs, thick-cut marmalades, and brown sauce, they also hand-make British foodstuffs. Cumberland sausages glisten in the display case, abutting steak and kidney pies, and Scotch eggsathose deep-fried amalgams of hard-boiled egg, ground meat, and bread crumbs. More >>

  • Mysterious Bookshop

    58 Warren St. New York, NY 10007
    212-587-1011

    http://www.mysteriousbookshop.com Mysterious Bookshop is one of the oldest bookstores in America to specialize in mysteriesaalso, crime, suspense, espionage, and detective fiction. An old iron spiral staircase connects the bottom floor (all paperbacks) to the top floor (hardcovers, rare prints, and signed editions). More >>

  • Mystikal Wonders

    451A Jewett Ave. Staten Island, NY 10302
    718-816-1234

    http://www.mystikalwonders.net Staten Island may seem like nothing but suburbs and old age homes, but there are eccentric types everywhere, as evidenced by this shop, which carries incense, oils, herbs, candles, amulets, tarot books, and aWiccan ritual tools.a They also do walk-in tarot readingsapendulum optional. More >>

  • MZ Wallace

    93 Crosby St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-8252

    http://www.mzwallace.com This is the place for new moms to go to score a bag thatas chic but big enough to stow all those things that prove essential when youare toting a baby all around town. Boxy, slightly fusty shapes predominate, but there are styles available that definitely approach cool. More >>

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