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  • Raaka Chocolate Factory

    64 Seabring St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    855-255-3354 Certified organic, fair trade, soy free, nut free, vegan and (mostly) gluten free chocolates. More >>

  • Rabbits

    120 Havemeyer Street Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Rachel Ashwell Shabby Chic

    117 Mercer St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-3500 Make your new stuff look old again is kind of Ashwell's unofficial mottoathe Britsh decorator's show on the Style Network is all about putting that coveted faux-worn finish on everything from flea-market rocking chairs to found cabinets. The Brit decorator got her start designing washable slipcovers for her likeminded friends with kids, then broke out with a store in Santa Monica. Now there's a virtual Shabby Chic empire, with a slew of books touting the Shabby Chic design aesthetic, and of course, a Laura Ashley-esque line of linens and home accessories in florals and creams. It can all get a bit too much like Holly Hobby threw up in your living room, but in small doses, we suppose it adds a country warmth to the place. More >>

  • Rachel Roy Pop-Up Store

    111 Spring St. New York, NY 10012

  • Radish


    158 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Rafe

    1 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012
    212-780-9739 Rafeas bags and shoes are so well designed and beautifully made itas actually something of a surprise that theyare not a part of a larger fashion conglomerate: Rafe manages a level of sophistication that usually proves elusive to the smaller designer. Also, if you think thereas something incongruous about a boutique on the Bowery selling luxury leather shoes and bags, well, welcome to the new New York. More >>

  • Raffetto


    144 W. Houston St. New York, NY 10012
    212-777-1261 This old-world fresh pasta-making shop has been around so long that it's received a 2004 Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation Award. Indeed, it's been here for over 100 years, having what is believed to be one of the oldest operating pasta cutters in the city. The quality of the pasta is as good as it gets, allowing you to choose desired thickness and type (choices range from spinach and tomato to rosemary and wheat) and boxes of ravioli come stuffed with everything from lobster and mushrooms to spinach and cheese. You can also purchase sausages, fresh imported buffalo mozzarella, freshly made sauces (try the vodka sauce!), olive oils, desserts, spring water, and much more while you're at it. Plus, you'll pay half the price for what would normally cost you an arm and a leg at other "gourmet" shops. More >>

  • Rainbow Ace Hardware

    1449 1st Ave. New York, NY 10021

  • Rainbow Station

    207 8th Ave. New York, NY 10010

    Rows of whips line the wall behind the cash register, jars of something called Boy Butter Personal Lubricant fill the display tables, and fully half the store is given over to naughty videos. Still, that leaves the other half for frisky fashion items, which include T-shirts that read "Queen of the Fucking Universe" in lavender, baby-blue spandex swimsuits that say "attitude" across the posterior, and rainbow-striped bikinis, the two pieces being a thong and a teensy bra top. More >>

  • Rainbows and Triangles

    Rainbows and Triangles

    192 8th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-627-2166 Rainbows and Triangles is a card-and-tchotchke store with, believe it or not, a neon-lit back room, which we don't deign to enter. More >>

  • Rajbhog Sweets

    Rajbhog Sweets

    73-10 37th Ave. Flushing, NY 11372

  • Ramy Spa

    39 E. 31s New York, NY 10016
    212-684-9500 For those in need of a major eyebrow overhaul (or have never shaped their eyebrows before) a good place to start is with a professional brow consultation and shaping. Ramy Gafni, owner of RamySpa, a salon dedicated solely to the shaping of your brows, is just the expert to help create perfect arches. Heall start by assessing the shape of your face and your hair pattern before the tweezers even make an appearance, because as Ramy reminds you, aWhat you leave behind is just as important as what you remove.a Even better, he makes house calls and will also shape aguybrowsa (and I know a few candidates!) More >>

  • Randazzo's Seafood

    2327 Arthur Ave. Bronx, NY 10458
    718-367-4139 A neighborhood treasure offering many special items like red shrimp, seppia, fresh sardines, mullets, scungilli in the shell (conch), and branzino. All the basics are represented as well, and always at the highest standards of freshness. Another big attraction is a raw clam and oyster bar out front, with options for several varieties of clams including little necks, manillas, and very small Italian clams (vongole). More >>

  • Rapisarda


    177 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-797-6863 In this bright boutique, Claudia Rapisarda, a Brazilian designer whose work has appeared in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Jane, showcases a small selection of garbs (hats, cashmeres, necklaces, flip-flops). The accessoriesaparticularly hairclips and braceletsalook happy and vaguely edible. More >>

  • Ray Beauty Supply

    721 8th Ave. New York, NY 10036
    800-253-0993 Ray Beauty Supply is one of those only-in-New-York oddities. A store that carries over 10,000 beauty products is run by tough mafioso-looking dudes with no time for apostrophes. Nevertheless, for over 65 years this Hell's Kitchen megashop has been the place the professionals hit for blow dryers, Mason Pearson hairbrushes, and enough flatirons to keep the Upper East Side happy for years. Go where they go, and save. More >>

  • RCN New York

    757 Third Ave. New York, NY 10017

  • Re/Dress NYC

    109 Boerum Place Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • Reamir & Co

    141 E. 44th St. New York, NY 10017

  • Rebel Rebel Records

    319 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10014

    Hot tramp, we love you so: Longstanding Rebel Rebel stocks mostly beloved records and specialty imports from the other side of the pond, heavy on bands that are nothing without their lipstick. Look to score your own copy of Morrisey and Marr: The Severed Alliance, as well as classic old issues of Esquire and Rolling Stone. More >>

  • Reciprocal States

    402 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10009

    Technically, this is not a bar (wink wink), it’s a skate shop, and a good one at that. But Reciprocal has become the mecca for the silver-ball set. A rotating lot of 9 or 10 games is kept clean and brand-new working by the owner, who brings some of the games in from his personal collection. The space has recently been expanded to include a pinball arcade. A must, if not devised for getting that loopy, beer-fueled, third-ball gear going. More >>

  • Red Caboose

    Red Caboose

    23 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-575-0155 Crammed with train-related gadgets and collectibles, this 62-year-old basement store contains the tools to build a mini-railroad village. More >>

  • Red Lantern Bicycles

    Red Lantern Bicycles

    345 Myrtle Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11205

  • Red Lipstick

    390 Van Brunt St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    347-599-1550 If you're not crafty, but like the look, check out this new boutique from knitting and crocheting enthusiast Staceyjoy Elkin. More >>

  • Red Pearl

    202 Bedford Ave. New York, NY 11211

  • Redberi


    339 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

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