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  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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

  • 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 >>

  • Nordstrom - Pop Up Shop

    372 Broadway New York, NY 10013

  • North Brooklyn Boat Club

    49 Ash St. New York, NY 11222

  • The North Face

    2101 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-362-1000 Pitch-perfect crunchiness More >>

  • Northern Spy Food Co.

    Northern Spy Food Co.

    511 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-228-5100 What makes Northern Spy (named after a native New York apple) different from all the other locavoric, market-driven restaurants popping up everywhere lately? Cheaper prices, for one thing, and a California perspective on the part of the chef and partners, whose experience comes from a pair of well-regarded San Francisco restaurants. The food is playful and light, including a roast chicken in lemony broth; salad of freekeh, cheddar, and butternut squash; and mushroom sandwich. There's also a market in back that purveys all sorts of locally produced groceries, which constitute a sort of museum you can enjoy while waiting for your order. The interior is a tribute to Martha Stewart. More >>

  • Northside Junk

    578 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Although talented scavengers may be able to separate some pleasingly ironic tchotchkes from the pile of tattered postcards, magazines, and toys, the average shopper will come up with little more than surprisingly affordable junk. More >>

  • Nova Zembla

    117 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-222-5705 Nova Zembla's bright, playful furniture looks vaguely 1950s: felt clocks, suede footstools, and lamps that resemble little sexy ladies. More >>

  • Number SIx

    6 Centre Market Place New York, NY 10013

    When a vintage collector and an experienced stylist put their super-humanly trained eyes together, the result is a store that makes a girl drool upon entering. The space is large and bright, and the walls are lined with the vintage of your dreams, which is currently hippy-ish and worldly-looking, with smocked dresses to make you feel like a kid again and tent-y, flowing sundresses to make you feel like a chic artist or off-duty model. In the accessories department, some things are old and some are new. A few young designers are represented, like gorgeous suede sandals from Lolli by Reincarnation. As of now, the owners, Morgan Yakus and Karin Bereson, are in and out all the time, so shopping is by appointment only. But don't let that intimidate you. Give them a call and stop byayou'll be glad if you have their friendly assistance all to yourself. More >>

  • Nusraty Afghan Imports

    113 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-691-1012 For decades, bohemians, world music lovers, and hippies have been going to Nusraty Imports for beautiful jewelry, clothing, slippers, and housewares like blankets, all imported directly from Afghanistan. More >>

  • NY Artificial

    223 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10014
    646-340-0442 Proprietors Aaron Bond and Alex Guzman opened this alternative bag and accessories store to focus on the one-of-a-kind, handmade hand-carry. Look for unique designs crafted from recycled Anna Sui suits or refashioned billboard fabric, and some vegan-friendly fashions (no silk, no fur, no leather). Proceeds of some of the bags go to supporting overseas charities. More >>


    385 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-3954 This large, no-frills pet store gives you what you needain other words, don't bring your dog here for a pedicure or a $200 collar designed in Kenya. They have plenty of dog food and kitty litter, including many organic/healthy brands, and there's a whole wall of toys. Granted, someone needs to tell them the dotcom boom is over and it's time for a name change. However, we still appreciate the ease of ordering the cat carrier online (they deliver). More >>

  • NYC Pet

    241 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-387-2220 This large, no-frills pet store offers the basicsain other words, don't bring your dog here for a pedicure or a $200 collar designed in Kenya. They have plenty of dog food and kitty litter, including many organic/healthy brands, and there's a whole wall of toys. Granted, someone needs to tell them the dotcom boom is over and it's time for a name change. However, we still appreciate the ease of ordering a cat carrier online (they deliver). More >>

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