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  • Pixie Market

    100 Stanton St. New York, NY 10002
    212-253-0953

    http://www.pixiemarket.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 >>

  • Poetik Designs

    119 W. 132nd St. New York, NY 10027
    646-823-9963

    http://www.poetikdesigns.com

  • The Pokemon Center

    10 Rockefeller Place New York, NY 10020
    212-307-0900

    Single-minded and grandiose, the Pokemon center showcases its toys (all Pokemon-related) on a giant conveyor belt. The store, which features a aGotta Catch aEm Alla Station" for downloading music, sells themed slippers, hot plates, and ukuleles. Every hour on the hour a giant animatronic Pokeball splits open, releasing a gush of smoke. More >>

  • Polo Ralph Lauren

    888 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-434-8000

    http://www.ralphlauren.com/frontdoor/index.jsp The stores of the preppy-designing icon don't disappoint. Will there be dark-wood closets? Colonial furniture, maybe from the Mayflower? Wide-wale cords aplenty? The perfect Hamptons cardigan? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. Now head over to the Sean John store...hmm, what does it look kinda like? Women's Store 380 Bleecker Street New York, NY 10014 212-645-5513 Men's Store 381 Bleecker Street New York, NY 10014 646-638-0684 872 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 212-434-8099 867 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 212-606-2100 888 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10021 212-434-8000 379 West Broadway New York, NY 10012 212-625-1660 More >>

  • Poltrona Frau

    141 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-777-7592

  • Pookie & Sebastian

    1488 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-861-0550

    http://www.pookieandsebastian.com This cutesy, bright pink store, named after two Yorkshire Terriers who fell in love (he from uptown, she from Soho), gives off an icky Intermix vibe, with a generous sprinkle of Scoop. There is a lot of hardware on light brown leather belts, and the halter dresses attest to an outsized fondness for rouching. But past all that are some extremely pretty tops, clearly inspired by lingerie. Granted, they were upwards of $80 for a tiny piece of fabric and some drapey lace, but let's give credit where credit is due. More >>

  • Pop Shop

    292 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-2784

    http://www.pop-shop.com The Pop Shop sells Keith Haring clothes, toys, furniture and accessories, adorned with (or transformed into) images of crazy-looking dudes with sparks emanating from their bodies. The sweatshirt with aWhassupa smeared across the boobs is always a favorite. More >>

  • Porta Bella

    30-56 Steinway St. New York, NY 11103
    718-204-7187

  • Portatronics

    169 Thompson St. New York, NY 10012
    646-797-2338

  • Portico

    903 Broadway New York, NY 10010
    212-473-6662

    http://www.porticohome.com Portico's clean, well-made modernism makes their furnishings a welcome addition to almost any home. Fledgling nesters might have to save up for one of the bigger pieces, or opt for the smaller odds and ends that still lend an air of class to even the most humble home. More >>

  • Portico

    75 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-8515

    http://www.porticohome.com Portico's clean, well-made modernism makes their furnishings a welcome addition to almost any home. Fledgling nesters might have to save up for one of the bigger pieces, or opt for the smaller odds and ends that still lend an air of class to even the most humble home, but at this location, the store outlet, even some of the bigger-ticket items are marked down to within reach. More >>

  • Porto Rico Importing Company

    201 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-477-5421

    http://www.portorico.com Itas hard to walk past this store without going in for a cup of coffee at least. The smell of roasted coffee beans is overwhelming (the coffee is roasted daily in Williamsburg and then shipped to the store, still warm). In their almost 100-year history, this company has built up an incredible array, from all over the world, including many organic and fair trade selections. Pick up a catalog and get a free education in coffee and tea. This is the flagship store. See wesitefor other locations. More >>

  • Portolano

    15 W. 37th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-719-4403

    http://www.portolano.com

  • Posies

    150 7th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-675-6190

    http://www.posiesnyc.com For panicked, last-minute gift-giving, Posies has a full wall of already made bouquets, some for as little as $20. More >>

  • Posman Books

    75 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011-7006
    212-627-0304

  • Posman Books

    87 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-983-1111

    http://www.posmanbooks.com

  • Pottery Barn

    600 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-219-2420

    http://www.potterybarn.com A home store for the customer with plenty of cash and no imagination, Pottery Barn has lovely smaller things, like towels, bedsheets, and picture frames, but the bulky furniture and window treatments are adequate at best, hideous at worst. The kids and teen collections will appeal to parents, and the faux-vintage items (like the irksome fake rotary telephone) will appeal to the tasteless. More >>

  • Pottery Barn

    127 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    917-369-0050

    http://www.potterybarn.com A home store for the customer with plenty of cash and no imagination, Pottery Barn has lovely smaller things, like towels, bedsheets, and picture frames, but the bulky furniture and window treatments are adequate at best, hideous at worst. The kids and teen collections will appeal to parents, and the faux-vintage items (like the irksome fake rotary telephone) will appeal to the tasteless. More >>

  • Pottery Barn

    1965 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-579-8477

    http://www.potterybarn.com A home store for the customer with plenty of cash and no imagination, Pottery Barn has lovely smaller things, like towels, bedsheets, and picture frames, but the bulky furniture and window treatments are adequate at best, hideous at worst. The kids and teen collections will appeal to parents, and the faux-vintage items (like the irksome fake rotary telephone) will appeal to the tasteless. More >>

  • Prada Broadway

    575 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-334-8888

    http://www.prada.com Prada, patron of avant-garde architecture, had Rem Koolhaas design a retail wonderland for their SoHo location. Itas certainly dazzling, but you may prefer the more anonymous uptown locations, which draw fewer gawking tourists. The clothes are sometimes silly, sometimes too fraught with meaning, but often, theyare really cool, the kinds of things you wish youad score at the flea market but never, ever do. More >>

  • Prada

    724 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-664-0010

    http://www.prada.com Prada, patron of avant-garde architecture, had Rem Koolhaas design a retail wonderland for their Soho location. Itas certainly dazzling, but you may prefer the more anonymous uptown locations, which draw fewer gawking tourists. The clothes are sometimes silly, sometimes too fraught with meaning, but often, theyare really cool, the kinds of things you wish youad score at the flea market but never, ever do. More >>

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