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  • P.B. Cuban Cigars

    P.B. Cuban Cigars

    137 W. 22nd St. New York, NY 10011
    212-367-8949

    Suits perpetually hotbox P.B. Cuban Cigars with Havana-grade stogie smoke, the likes of which you'd otherwise find only in Miami. The Cuban-seed tobacco is grown in the Dominican Republic and superbly hand-rolled behind the counter in an array of traditional estilos. And cheapa$2 to 6 apiece! A friend found an as-good black-market smoke for less on a Havana street, but apparently there's some embargo on. More >>

  • Painless Steel Tattoo

    23-15 Steinway St. New York, NY 11105
    718-267-8114

    http://www.astoriatattoo.com

  • The Painted Pot

    399 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-222-0334

    http://www.paintedpot.com It's a terrific way to spend the afternoon: Bring a squirmy kid and let him unleash the artist within on any of the plain, ceramic pieces available for sale. There's also the work of some local artists on display, should your own masterpiece not turn out special enough for the mantlepiece. More >>

  • The Painted Pot

    8009 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-491-6411

    http://www.paintedpot.com It's a terrific way to spend the afternoon: Bring a squirmy kid and let him unleash the artist within on any of the plain, ceramic pieces available for sale. There's also the work of some local artists on display, should your own masterpiece not turn out special enough for the mantlepiece. More >>

  • Pak Punjab Deli and Grocery

    Pak Punjab Deli and Grocery

    40 E. Third St. New York, NY 10003
    212-614-0107

    It looks like a drab convenience store, but inside, there';s a counter selling homemade Pakistani-Punjabi food, and a few stools on which to perch. This is serious, down-home fare: meaty kabobs, fried snacks and spiced, gravy-heavy curries. Chicken chapali ; a spiced, ground meat patty;is delicious, patted out so that it;s thin and floppy, and then browned on a griddle. The patty is intensely garlicky and tender; cabbies come in and get it wrapped in bread for a sandwich. The chicken tikka kabobs are also good, as is the masala-fried fish, coated in a breading stained orange with spice. Skip the fried goods, as they're heated in a microwave, which deprives them of crunch. It's not the best Punjabi in the city, but the friendly vibe and low prices are hard to beat. Plus, it's 24-hours. More >>

  • Palermo Pastry Shop

    Palermo Pastry Shop

    5517 Ave. N. Brooklyn, NY 11234
    718-968-1672

    The crunchy Apulian crackers called taralli are an excellent substitute for pretzels, and the best southern Italian bakeries in Brooklyn make them in several styles. One is actually pretzel shaped, flavored with cracked black peppercorns and embedded, in a way that demonstrates North African influences, with whole toasted almonds. Find them at Palermo Pastry Shop. More >>

  • Paola Hernandez

    195 Chrystie St. New York, NY 10002

  • Papaye Diner

    Papaye Diner

    2300 Grand Concourse Bronx, NY 10458
    718-676-0771

    http://www.papayediner.com Papaye is the most ready-for-primetime Ghanaian restaurant in town, with a bright airy dining room right on Bronx's Grand Concourse. Having nothing whatsoever to do with fruit, the name means "Doing Good." Color photos behind the order counter at the rear of the restaurant (no waiter service) will help you select the most suitable meal, which is likely to include a mash and soup, along with meat, chicken, or fish. Thrill to the pungent stockfish and peanut flavors, and natural okra-like sliminess of many of the relishes, and ask for either red or black "shito" if you want your meal to be extra hot. Best beginner's choice? No. 1: emotuo and peanut butter soup. Grab bits of the mashed rice with your right hand and dip it into the soup, then pick up the beef bones and gnaw. More >>

  • Paper Dolls

    231 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-2454

    A girly, trendy shop, extremely similar to Scoop in store design and clothing style. Think Hamptons. More >>

  • Paper Presentation

    Paper Presentation

    23 W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-463-7035

    http://www.paperpresentation.com Everyoneas always looking to save a buck on their wedding, and hereas a good tip: Try PaperAccess, now Paperpresentation.com, with prices that are 10 percent to 50 percent lower than other paper suppliers. The 7,000-square-foot superstore in Chelsea stocks the largest selection of plain, recycled. and aexotica papers. Now, to find a cheap printer. More >>

  • Paperbacks Plus

    3718 Riverdale Ave. Bronx, NY 10463
    718-796-3119

  • Papivore

    233 Grand St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-4330

    The front half of this Nolita storefront sells the cards the back half, a print shop, makes. Stationery like this is an art form, as the handcrafted greeting cards here can attest. Choose among already-printed birthday and holiday cards, or order up some custom printed onesathey do both. More >>

  • Paragon Sporting Goods

    867 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-255-8036

    http://www.paragonsports.com Even sissy boys like me get a little thrill at Paragon; it might be all sporting goods, but it is a store, after all, and one of the city's best. The refreshingly un-condescending staff is only too happy to help you pick out whatever gear it is you need to finally keep your New Year's resolution. And many of the boots here offer sporty traction (like the North Face Greenland Zip for women) that will reliably keep you moving through slush and snow. More >>

  • Park Avenue Puppies

    45 Wall New York, NY 10005
    917-301-1489

    http://www.parkavenuepuppies.com These guys specialize in tea-cup and toy-sized, top-notch, Hilton-sister variety puppies. Accessories are also on offer. More >>

  • Park Heights Stationers

    164 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-398-0202

    If you're anything like me, you have been searching EVERYWHERE for composition notebooks with quadrule pages (that means "graph paper" in regular English). This is one of few places in the city where you can find it. Aside from that, they also have all the basic pens, papers, folders, etc. that you would look for. It's a pretty big place with friendly service and copy machines. More >>

  • Park Slope Flea Market

    7th Ave. & 1st St. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    N/A

    Every Saturday and Sunday, the playground of P.S. 321 transforms into one of the least-picked-over flea markets in the city (albeit perhaps one of the smallest). Look for presidential campaign buttons dating back to the Nixon years and beyond, Art Deco bracelets, handsome antique furniture, and more. More >>

  • Park Slope Food Co-op

    782 Union St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-622-0560

    http://www.foodcoop.com Consequences are high at this food Co-op. If members miss a shift (two hours and 45 minutes of work are required every four weeks), they have to make it up double, and endure the wrath of Yoga Nazis, which can be pretty heinous. Membership is open to all, but non-members cannot shop at the Co-op. More >>

  • Parktel

    261 W. 35th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-983-1817

  • Paron Fabrics

    257 W. 39th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-768-3266

    http://www.paronfabrics.com

  • Partners & Crime

    44 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-0440

    http://www.crimepays.com A 3,000 square foot bookstore devoted to mysteries, Partners & Crime hosts author readings, Saturday afternoon radio plays and a yearly spoof on the Edgar awards (featuring honors like aworst graphically designed book covera). Affectionate staff, cushy couches and a big (fake) fireplace encourage lingering. More >>

  • Pascur Fine Wines & Liquors

    312 Graham Ave. New York, NY 11211
    718-388-1900

  • Passout Records

    131 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-7273

  • Pasteur Pharmacy

    Pasteur Pharmacy

    53 E. 34th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-683-3838

  • Patagonia

    101 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-1776

    http://www.patagonia.com Patagonia claims to aprefer the human scale to the corporate,a to aappeal to the dirtbag withina -- an odd assertion for a store whose brand name has become a national catch-all (a la aXerox,a aBand-Aida) for anything relating to fleece. More >>

  • Patagonia

    426 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10024
    917-441-0011

    http://www.patagonia.com Patagonia claims to aprefer the human scale to the corporate,a to aappeal to the dirtbag withinaaodd assertions for a store whose brand name has become a national catchall (A la Xerox, Band-Aid) for anything relating to fleece. More >>

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