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  • Nordstrom - Pop Up Shop

    372 Broadway New York, NY 10013

  • Nordstrom Rack

    60 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003-4140
    212-220-2080

    http://shop.nordstrom.com/c/nordstrom-rack

  • North Brooklyn Boat Club

    49 Ash St. New York, NY 11222

    http://www.northbrooklynboatclub.org

  • The North Face

    2101 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-362-1000

    http://www.thenorthface.com Pitch-perfect crunchiness More >>

  • Northern Spy Food Co.

    Northern Spy Food Co.

    511 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-228-5100

    http://www.northernspyfoodco.com Northern Spy Food Co. was a market when it opened in 2009, selling local dairy, eggs, granola, and jam. But owners Christophe Hille and Chris Ronis realized their East Village neighbors wanted to sit down and eat, and so a few months later they scrubbed the shop, began serving lunch and dinner, and quickly became a go-to for a simple, comforting meal. The restaurant retains its market roots in its philosophy, which is built on sustainability, local vendors, and seasonality; since joining the team two and a half years ago, chef Hadley Schmitt has translated that mindset into rustic but refined New American dishes. Menus are in constant flux (the kale salad and the buttermilk biscuits are constants), and Schmitt has a knack for cooking for the weather, turning out bone-warming stews in the dead of winter and effervescent salads at the height of summer. The best way to sample his wares is via a multicourse, hyper-seasonal dinner, which means you should drop by on a Sunday night, when three courses will run you $27. More >>

  • Northside Junk

    578 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-302-1045

    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

    http://www.novazemblahome.com 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
    212-226-5759

    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

    http://www.nusratyafghanimports.com 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

    http://www.nyartificial.com 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 >>

  • NYCBikes

    140 Havemeyer St. New York, NY 11211
    718-599-2409

    http://www.nycbikes.com

  • NYCPet.com

    385 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-3954

    http://www.nycpet.com/store/ 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

    http://www.nycpet.com/store/ 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 >>

  • Nypull

    265 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-625-2000

    http://www.nypull.com Itas an odd little store, this one, where severely discounted rags (this rack, $20!) are squooshed up against the best of upstart designersa spring and fall lines. Kind of like digging through your closet, where there is no precedence of the $200 fine garment over the $5 throwaway; but search, and ye shall find. More >>

  • Nypull

    129 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-228-8855

    Itas an odd little store, this one, where severely discounted rags (this rack, $20!) are squooshed up against the best of upstart designersa spring and fall lines. Kind of like digging through your closet, where there is no precedence of the $200 fine garment over the $5 throwaway; but search, and ye shall find. More >>

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