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  • Only Hearts

    230 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-3694

    http://www.onlyhearts.com Helena Stuart gave her lingerie store a pretty cheesey nameathe heart was chosen as aa symbol of love, life, and passion.a Eh. Weall forgive her nonetheless because what she lost in poor word choice she made up for in delicates that are both comfortable and sexy. The big seller here is her Delicious line, a simple set that gets the job done. More >>

  • Only Hearts

    386 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-724-5608

    http://www.onlyhearts.com Helena Stuart gave her lingerie store a pretty cheesey nameathe heart was chosen as aa symbol of love, life, and passion.a Eh. Weall forgive her nonetheless because what she lost in poor word choice she made up for in delicates that are both comfortable and sexy. The big seller here is her Delicious line, a simple set that gets the job done. More >>

  • Opal Massage & Allied Therapies

    28 8th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-857-6183

    http://www.opalcenter.com

  • Opane

    6 W. 32nd St. New York, NY 10001
    212-643-9077

    Traditional cartoon character hierarchies have permanently crumbled. The newer route to ironically childish paraphernalia lies with the Korean brand Morning Glory, as sold at Opane, a brazenly pink showroom brimming with all things sickeningly adorable. MG products espouse a charmingly bizarre earnestness with their glommy-eyed mascots and awkwardly worded slogans. An inscription on a My Baby Zzizzi binder ($4) clumsily announces, "It's true love we're making, a something to lost for a lifetime," while a soap dish ($4.20) confides, "I wish you could know how much I love you." More >>

  • Open Door Acupuncture

    47th Ave. Flushing, NY 11358

  • Opening Ceremony

    35 Howard St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-2688

    http://www.openingceremony.us The unconventional store/gallery Opening Ceremony devotes its space to promoting international designers from one country per year. Look for road-less-traveled pieces from designers like Hussein Chalayan. More >>

  • Operations

    60 Mercer St. New York, NY 10013
    212-334-4950

    http://www.operationsny.com Because looking blue collar is coolaeven if you have to pay gross, embarrassing amounts of money to achieve itaOperations specializes in masonry pants, trucker jackets, Army/Navy fabrics and impeccably fashionable work clothes (good for wandering around SoHo or Central Park). More >>

  • Orange Apicerie

    61 Hester St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-3690

    http://www.greenbrownorange.com Orange is the little market next to Brown. In the back of Orange is Green. Brown is a cafA(c) and Green is a catering company, and all are from Alejandro Alcocer, a chef/surfer with a taste for biodynamic foods in a truly laid-back neighborhood setting. At the market, there is a communal table where you can eat a generous prix-fixed meal ($15 for breakfast, $20 for lunch and brunch, and either $35 or $45 for dinner.) But you can also shop for your own kitchen. Alcocer focuses on Italian and Spanish imports and carries many Spanish cheeses in particular that cannot be found elsewhere in the city. The cured meat list is more familiar (prosciutto, serrano, porchetta, mortadella, etc.) but the care in purchasing could make many people realize what theyave been missing. There is also a great selection of bread and produce that varies in quality. More >>

  • Orchard Corset

    Orchard Corset

    157 Orchard St. New York, NY 10002
    212-674-0786

    http://www.orchardcorset.com Best for big-breasted women with ample cellulite, Orchard Corset has a stunning selection of compression girdles, vests, corsets, hoops, and rubber/lacey things that squeeze in the rolls. Also: reasonably priced bras (36H does exist), nylons and underwear. More >>

  • Oriental Pastry & Grocery Co.

    170 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-875-7687

    In the heart of the Middle Eastern enclave of Atlantic Avenue, this shop stands out for its gooey, creamy-tasting halvah and superior house-made pastries. The service is friendly and neighborly, especially when it comes to the ritual slicing of the halvah (plain, marble, pistachio, and all combinations thereof). They make three kinds of the flakiest-ever baklava: pine nut, pistachio, and almond as well as walnut, date, pistachio, and butter cookies; various honey cakes; birdas nests, kounafa, and burma (all forms of shredded dough with nuts and sweet syrup). Of course, the grains, nuts, prepared food, spices, olives, and cheeses are all high quality and well varied. But go there for dessert. More >>

  • Original Penguin

    1077 Ave. of Americas New York, NY 10018
    646-443-3520

    http://www.originalpenguin.com If you like the look of old-fashioned clothing, but hate the stink of thrift stores (or the idea of wearing some dead guy's cast-offs) the clothes at Original Penguin are a godsend. Skinny guys, take heart: At last, someone is making a shirt that will fit you. Girls take note: Nothing is cuter than a preppy chick. More >>

  • Oscar Wilde Memorial Bookshop

    15 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-255-8097

    http://www.oscarwildebooks.com The world's first gay bookstore, this tiny shop (about three strides deep) sells flags, calendars, cups, and stickers, in addition to canonical queer titles. More >>

  • Oshkosh B'Gosh

    586 5th Ave. New York, NY 10036
    212-827-0098

    http://www.oshkoshbgosh.com Intensely Midwestern, Oshkosh BaGosh advertises its wide selection of overalls, sweaters, and trousers with deliciously wholesome images, like cartons of fresh apples and dads playing football in autumn. More >>

  • Other Music

    Other Music

    15 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-477-8150

    http://www.othermusic.com You're not likely to find a Shania Twain CD at Other Music; the small and discriminating shop specializes in everything indie, arty, and experimental. Albums are divided into creative categories: In (indie rock, basically); Out (avant-garde composers); Electronica (ambient, glitch, techno, underground hip-hop, and an expertly curated selection of German microhouse); L Decadansea (French pop, Moog-flavored loungey sophistication); Krautrock (blissed out, spacey drones); Groove (soul, reggae, dub reissues); Psychedelia (especially strong in the latest weirdness from Japan); and aThena (old stuff). The staff might seem aloof at first, but ask a question and you're likely to receive an excited ten-minute-long reply peppered with lots of aHave you heard this?a If you feel smothered by all the hipnessaSonic Youth has been known to shop here, among other downtown luminariesajust remember: Everyone here is a total nerd. Just like you! More >>

  • Otte West Village

    121 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10014
    212-229-9424

    http://www.otteny.com Otte's specialty is sweet clothes for girly girls, and they've really got it covered. The shop looks lean and modern from the outside, but step inside and the air is perfumed by some fruity candles,and on the racks lace, tiered chiffon, and sequins abound, which is great, if that's your thing. More >>

  • Otte

    132 N. 5th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-302-3007

    Otte's specialty is sweet clothes for girly girls, and they've really got it covered. The shop looks lean and modern from the outside, but step inside and the air is perfumed by fruity candles, and on the racks lace, tiered chiffon, and sequins abound, which is great, if that's your thing. More >>

  • The Otter

    361 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-0284

    Tiny but bursting with chic looks from the hippest designers, this boutique is a boon to all the ladies in the West Village who don't want to bother catching a cab uptown. More >>

  • Otto Tootsi Plohound

    38 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-231-3199

    Ignore, if you can, the silly decor, the blaring music, the inattentive sales staff, and even the fact that many of the shoes on display here are just plain ridiculous. Look past the five-inch platform boots and other club-kid follies and youall find a decent selection of shoes for men and women by names famous and not-so-famous. More >>

  • Ottomanelli Brothers

    395 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-496-1049

    http://www.ottomanellibros.com An old-school Italian butcher shop with great cuts of meat, and delicious prepared food and sandwiches. The staff is welcoming and friendlyalike family. More >>

  • Ottomanelli Brothers

    1549 York Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-772-7900

    http://www.ottomanellibros.com An old-school Italian butcher shop with great cuts of meat, and delicious prepared food and sandwiches. The staff is welcoming and friendlyalike family. More >>

  • Out of the Closet Thrift Shop

    220 E. 81st St. New York, NY 10028
    212-472-3573

    Need a cute ceramic dog, a church lady hat or maybe a book on how to catch a man? This is the place to get all those things and more while helping out AIDS charities and keeping your pennies pinched. Keep your eye out for sales, as the regular prices can be a little high. More >>

  • Oven Bake Shop

    137 Port Richmond Ave. Staten Island, NY 10302
    718-442-4028

    The folks who made the wedding cake in The Godfather are still at it in a slightly run-down looking shop now surrounded by Mexican grocery stores. The big draw is the decoratingayou can even get Tom Seleckas computerized face on your cake. More >>

  • Oxxford Clothes

    36 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-593-0204

    http://www.oxxfordclothes.com This 85-year old company makes suits with Belgian linen-lined pockets, silk thread, and hand-made collars and lapels. Bush #2 wore an Oxxford suit to his inauguration. Suit prices run from $2,000 to $12,000. More >>

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