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  • Petflow.com

    1140 Broadway New York, NY 10001
    866-395-7789

    http://www.petflow.com

  • Petit Bateau

    1094 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-988-8884

    http://www.petit-bateau.com In 1918, Petit Bateau designed its first pair of underwear. Since then the French chain has applied the...underpants aesthetic to a wider range of clothes. The store specializes in simple cotton dresses, tank tops and tees -- all soft and airy. More >>

  • Pets-on-Lex

    1271 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-426-0766

    http://www.petsonlex.com Specializing in teacup Yorkies, Maltese, poodles, Chihuahuas, and Pomeranians, Pets-on-Lex caters to the Upper East Sideas upper-crust needs. Puppies and kittens up for adoption are raised by private breeders. The stores also has hand-raised parrots and imported goldfish. More >>

  • Phat Farm

    129 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-533-7428

    http://www.phatfarm.com Itas seemingly endless, the stream of hip hop moguls busting out their own clothing label after Simmons started Phat Farm: Eve, 50 Cent, Wu Tang Clana|Puff Daddy himself seems to have ripped Simmonas business plan off word for word (sorry, aused it for inspirationa). But despite all the competition, this 12-year-old line heavy on the oversize plaid button downs and baggy jeans seem to be still faring well, buoyed by the sales of Baby Phat, wife Kimoraas branch of shrunken tees, hoodies, and mini shoulder bags for the ladies. More >>

  • Philosophy Di Alberta Ferretti

    452 W. Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-460-5500

    http://www.albertaferretti.com Ferretti makes such hopelessly glamorous dressesaeven for this, her secondary lineathat youall wish you were nominated for an Oscar, just so you could have a reason to splurge on one. More >>

  • Photoplay Video and DVD

    Photoplay Video and DVD

    928 Manhattan Ave. New York, NY 11222
    718-383-7782

  • Physical Graffiti

    96 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009
    212-477-7334

    No, itas not priced like your Salvation Army back home in Ohio. But like many of the other vintage shops on this East Village stretch to Avenues A and B, the good stuff is easy to find and in decent condition: a50s-style button downs for the men, fun a60s and a70s summer frocks, and a quality selection of leather jackets for all. More >>

  • The Pickle Guys

    49 Essex St. New York, NY 10002
    888-474-2553

    https://www.pickleguys.com So who are the pickle guys? They are Guss alumni, and according to some reports, there is a brining rivalry on the L.E.S. Youall have to do your own taste testaan enjoyable task with a wide variety of cucumbers (from new to sour with horseradish in between), plus tomatoes, olives, celery, mushrooms, and more to choose from. More >>

  • Piece

    402 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-677-0561

    http://www.precious-piece.com One of those stores with its own in-house "curator", Piece stocks a small selection of designers' goods, all chosen by Lydia Crash. A small coffee bar off the side lets you grab a cup of java while rifling through handpainted ties, dreamcatcher earrings, charmingly handmade cards, and so-so cotton knit dresses. More >>

  • Pieces

    671 Vanderbilt Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238
    718-857-7211

    http://www.piecesofbklyn.com Here's a deceptively-named little boutique: it might just be pieces, but the pieces are pretty great. There's a well-chosen selection for men and women, both from names familiar and entirely unknown, but you can trust the store's incredibly chic owner; if she's chosen it, chances are you'll love it. More >>

  • Pieces

    228 W. 135th St. New York, NY 10030
    212-234-1725

    http://www.piecesofbklyn.com Here's a deceptively-named little boutique: it might just be pieces, but the pieces are pretty great. There's a well-chosen selection for men and women, both from names familiar and entirely unknown, but you can trust the store's incredibly chic owner; if she's chosen it, chances are you'll love it. More >>

  • Piemonte Ravioli Co.

    190 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-226-0475

    http://www.piemonteravioli.com Of all the Little Italy food stores, Piemonte Ravioli Co. feels the most like neighborhood food shopping in Italy. Thereas no perceivable tourist-motivated decorating going on here. It is small, with a very old tile floor (the shop has been there since 1920), simple shelving, and a counter with tons of fresh, house-made pasta behind it in plastic to-go containers. The list of shapes and fillings is longer than this listing, but some specialties are ravioli (cheese and meat), other stuffed pasta like manicotti, tortellini, and stuffed shells, and liguine allauovo. They use no preservatives, so ideally these pastas should be purchased the day you plan to eat them. Freeze them if you are not going to make them within two days. More >>

  • Pier 1 Imports

    71 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-206-1911

    http://www.pier1.com Oh the horror! So much rattan you could model your home on the Miami abode of the Golden Girls. Thanks but no thanks: throw pillows, scented candles, and faux-ethnic tidbits do not a happy home make. More >>

  • Pier 1 Imports

    461 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-447-1610

    http://www.pier1.com Oh the horror! So much rattan you could model your home on the Miami abode of the Golden Girls. Thanks but no thanks: throw pillows, scented candles, and faux-ethnic tidbits do not a happy home make. More >>

  • Pilgrim

    202 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-599-0023

    The perfect spot to buy a last-minute housewarming gift for your professional friends who bought one of those higher-priced apartments popping up around Williamsburg. The store smells fantastic and fresh because of the scented candles and handmade soaps. The festive space also holds wooden cutting boards, glass coffee presses, and metal fondue sets among classy knick-knacks. Most people deserve a little bit of luxury, after all. More >>

  • Pinisi

    Pinisi

    128 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-614-9079

    http://www.pinisibakerynyc.com You can spot this little family-owned bakery by the cheery window display, a large window with mismatched letters and stacks of baked goods next to word "CUPCAKES" spray-painted in rainbow colors. Inside, the whole bakery is essentially taken up by glass display counters, with barely enough room for the couple of stools that are in there. Funky artwork occupies the walls while books line small shelves, with a chalkboard high above listing different coffee drinks. All of the baked goods here are certified kosher, with several vegan, sugar-free and gluten-free products available as well. Sweets include cupcakes made with things like toasted pistachios and lavender, as well as whole cakes in flavors like red velvet and carrot cake. Don't have much of a sweet tooth? Pinisi also bakes savory treats like gruyere scones and biscuits. The bakery can also create custom cakes for special events like birthdays and weddings.—Keith Wagstaff More >>

  • Pink Olive

    Pink Olive

    167 5th Ave. New York, NY 11217
    718-398-2016

    http://www.pinkolive.com

  • The Pink PussyCat Boutique

    355 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    212-369-0088

    http://www.pinkpussycat.com Pick up a sex toy here, and the staffachipper to the point of neurosisawill offer instructions, product details, and a cultural history of whatever it is that youare touching. More >>

  • Pino's Prime Meat Market

    149 Sullivan St., Suite 2 , 10012
    212-475-8134

  • Pippin Vintage Jewelry

    Pippin Vintage Jewelry

    112 W. 17th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-505-5159

    http://www.pippinvintage.com This store is a godsend to those of us who love to accessorize but don't necessarily have the loot to commit to fancy jewels. If you find yourself purchasing handfuls of beads or trying on every pinky ring you can find at tag sales and flea markets, you will be pleased to find a huge collection of vintage necklaces, broaches, rings, earrings, etc. at Pippinaand priced as if you've already done the haggling with the owners, who were regulars at the 26th Street flea market before its demise. They also do trades and consignment, so if Granny's lovely hand-me-downs are not exactly your style, bring 'em on in. She'd want you to have that charm bracelet . . . More >>

  • Pir Press Inc.

    245 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-966-9773

    http://www.pirpress.com

  • PJ Wine

    4898 Broadway New York, NY 10034
    212-567-5000

    http://www.pjwine.com With over 14,000 square feet devoted to housing wine and liquor, PJ Wine has a staggering selection at unbeatable prices. Their well-visited website is but a taste of the massive choice the actual retail location provides. More >>

  • Plantworks

    Plantworks

    28 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10012
    212-674-8111

    http://www.plantworksnyc.com

  • Pleasure Chest

    Pleasure Chest

    156 Seventh Ave. S. New York, NY 10014
    212-242-2158

    http://www.thepleasurechest.com Not every ex deserves a parting gift, only the ones who bring out your cruelty and creativity in equal measure (and who are likely candidates for ex sex). An Apollo Penis Pump Kit, from the Pleasure Chest, trumpets "Be the Big Man You Always Wanted to Be!"ayou know he's gonna try it just once. For girls, a bit more subtlety is required: perhaps a few pairs of crotchless panties, size XXL, with the tags cut off and "returned" to her in mixed company. More >>

  • Plum

    124 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-529-1030

    http://www.plumstyle.com Owners Jackie Atkins and Jeannie Goldman left jobs as a wardrobe stylist and at Stella McCartney, respectively, to open Plum. In November, their dream was realized: emerging, independent, and hard-to-find designers from all over the country collected in a non-pretentious setting. A lot of shoppers have dreamed of this, too. The store is sectioned by designer, which is unusual for a small shop, but extremely logical, especially since they carry whole collections. Designersa names are displayed on plaques above each collection, which fits the Victorian-feeling, tin-ceilinged space well. By aPluma, these women mean athe besta (customized bags and denim are available) but clothing prices only occasionally surpass the $250 mark, and are usually well below (jewelry is around $40-$100). More >>

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