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  • New York Beverage Wholesalers

    207 E. 123rd St. New York, NY 10035
    212-831-4000 The wholesaler that does retail, New York Beverage offers almost every beer available in New York State, as well as soda, water, mixers, and ice. Delivery is in Manhattan only, although they do not have any minimum requirement. More >>

  • New York Cake & Baking Distributor

    56 W. 22nd St. New York, NY 10010
    212-675-2253 This cluttered cake mecca will prey on the whimsy of even the most practical baker. You head in intent on a cooling rack or a springform cake pan, but you end up waiting in line to pay for your new edible gold powder, gum paste orchids, ballerina chocolate molds, and crA"me brA>>lA(c)e torch. Luckily, the prices are sweet (particularly as compared with the staff). More >>

  • New York Central Art Supply

    62 Third Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-7705 The top place to buy specialty papers in the U.S., and one of the top five places in the world, New York Central has rare hand-dyed indigo paper, and rugged paper made in Nepalas outdoor trenches, as well as an amazing assortment of paper from Japan. The company has even sold paper to the venerable Smithsonian, which uses it to restore old artwork. Additionally, the shop has the typical art-supply stock, and a great selection of specialty brushes. More >>

  • New York Dog Spa & Hotel

    415 E. 91st St. New York, NY 10128
    212-410-1755 This gleaming ahotela for dogs has a state-of-the-art air-conditioning system that pipes in 100 percent fresh air, preventing airborne sickness/stinkiness. In addition to day care, training, and veterinary services, the kennel offers embarrassingly elaborate four-hour grooming sessions, including bath, conditioner, blow dry, nail trim, and ear cleaning. More >>

  • New York Historical Society Museum Store

    170 Central Park W. New York, NY 10024
    212-873-3400 Highlights of this top-notch book collection include M. Lasek's 1960 illustrated children's classic This Is New York; Stephen O'Connor's Orphan Trains, documenting the more than 250,000 city children shipped to Midwestern homes; and Michael Henry Adams and Paul Rocheleau's Harlem Lost and Found, a social and architectural history of the world-famous African American neighborhood. And while you're roaming the grand hallways, check out "Children at Risk: Protecting New York's Youth, 1653-2003," and think about donating to The New York Times Neediest Cases campaign. It would make a great gift for the girl or guy who has everything. More >>

  • New York Nautical

    158 Duane St. New York, NY 10013
    212-962-4522 Need a housewarming gift for someone with a view of the water? New York Nautical has harbor charts, tons of boat crap, and books for the armchair merchant mariner. The guide for decoding smokestack colors is out of print, but my second favorite is What Ship is That?, by Bob Basnight, which at $15.95 could almost help you pass for a sea captain. More >>

  • New York Open Center Bookstore

    22 E. 30th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-219-2527 Anti-cerebral books to better the soul/eliminate pesty neuroses. In addition to yoga, self-help, and step-by-step relaxation guides, the New York Open Center has calming purchasables like candles, incense, and wave-lapping CDs. More >>

  • New York Pipe Dreams

    1623 York Ave. New York, NY 10028
    866-666-NYPD New York Pipe Dreams (NYPD, as it is known to regulars) is New York City's premier surf shop. In addition to full stock of surfboards, bodyboards, wakeboards, and accessories, NYPD offers a great selection of wetsuits, boardshorts, rashguards, bikinis, sandals and all your surf and style needs. If you're land-locked, check out skateboards and gear. And don't miss the eclectic snowboard collection. More >>

  • New York Public Library Shop

    11 W. 40th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-930-0869 Many varieties of lamps, bookends, and coffee mugs to facilitate the reading process. Also less obvious aids: quotation pillows, take-out menu organizers, and clocks More >>

  • The New York Shaving Company

    202 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012

  • New York Stock Exchange

    11 Wall St. New York, NY 10005

  • New York Wine Company

    21 Warren St. New York, NY 10007

  • Nicholas Variety Inc.

    2035 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10035
    212-289-3628 Do you love the nag champa? Need some black soap? Canat find Bob Marley towels? Nicholas is going to solve all your problems. Downstairs is an incense emporium, with a fine selection of shea butter, dread wax, chew sticks, and unimaginable oils. Upstairs, get all your Rastafari accessories and home decorating a Cool Runnings dread caps, Lion of Judah pillows, mesh tank tops, Selassie posters, embroidered pot leaf patches, cowery shell necklaces, red, yellow, green, and black scarves, sweaters, t-shirts, and jackets. More >>

  • Nicole Miller

    780 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-288-9779 Poor Nicole Miller; she's saddled with such a ho-hum name that it's impossible to imagine that her wares are anything but similarly boring. They're not, though: Miller makes cute little party dresses and a range of perfectly serviceable accessories, and maybe it's all for the best that her name is so forgettable. When you venture into the store, you really feel like you've stumbled onto something special. More >>

  • Nike Sportswear

    21 Mercer St. New York, NY 10013

  • Niketown

    6 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-891-6453 I understand as much as the next guy the evil of the corporate behemoth, but even hardened hippies would swoon at Nike's temple to all things, well, Nike. This is one of those stores that draws tourists in droves, but you'll also encounter pert, healthy fitness types and insane sneaker fetishists, two of the largest and most annoying segments of the native population. I'm the least sporty guy in town but trust me: This store is incredible. More >>

  • Nilipul Video

    727 8th Ave. New York, NY 10036

    A wholesome porn store with a Blockbuster-like selection of action movies and chipper domestic dramas. In the back behind a curtain, there is porn, but even the sex stars look like they have good intentions. More >>

  • Nintendo World

    10 Rockefeller Plaza New York, NY 10036

  • Ninth Street Expresso

    700 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-358-9225 It doesn't hurt that the only cute guys in the entire city congregate at Ninth Street Expresso, but that's not why we go to this far-east cafA(c). The owner, Ken Nye, uses a Colombian brand, and (unlike at Starbucks) I never have to tell the baristas how to make the drink. The espresso is smooth and not bitter in the least, and the first time I had one of their lattes with the foam expertly weaved into the shape of a leaf, I felt like I was home. (PS: Ken will eject you from the premises for using the words tall, grande, or venti). More >>

  • No. 6 Store

    6 Centre Market Place New York, NY 10013

  • Nolita Mart & Espresso Bar

    156 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

  • Nom de Guerre

    640 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-253-2891 It's irksome, somehow, when a store that tries so hard to be cool actually is cool. You want to be annoyed by Nom de Guerreait's an irritating name, admit itabut the clothes, for men and women, are great, the shoes are really stylish (if astronomically expensive), and even the skater-boy sales staff are adorable in their own, oblivious way. OTHER LOCATIONS: Williamsburg 88 N 6th St Brooklyn, NY 718-384-3363 More >>

  • Nomad

    New York, NY

  • Nook N' Crannie

    29-18 Ditmars Blvd. Astoria, NY 11105

  • The Noose

    261 W. 19th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-807-1789 This bondage boutique sells leather fetish wear, latex clothes, whips, and nip clips. Custom made perv gear available at a hefty price. More >>

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