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  • Sabon

    434 Sixth Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-473-4346

    http://www.sabonnyc.com A person can get lost for hours in Sabonas mouth-watering displays and smells just like at a gourmet market. If youare going to buy a gift there, which you should (baskets are $24-94), forgive yourself in advanceayou may be leaving with an extra bottle of ginger-orange body gel polisher ($17), or perhaps carrot body lotion ($22). Further intensifying the understandable regressive urge to taste everything is the fact that hand-written labels are spiked through hunks of soap like at a cheese shop. The soaps are a main attraction, staples being glycerine (i.e. lychee, lilac, vanilla-wheat) and olive oil (i.e. rosemary, lemon-mint, mud). But they have also updated the soap-on-a-rope, which is now beautiful enough to wear as a bracelet, and come up with a genius invention: loofah soapaglycerine soaps that are poured into natural loofah. More >>

  • Sabon

    2052 Broadway New York, NY 10023
    212-362-0200

    http://www.sabonnyc.com A person can get lost for hours in Sabonas mouth-watering displays and smells just like at a gourmet market. If youare going to buy a gift there, which you should (baskets are $24 to $94), forgive yourself in advanceayou may be leaving with an extra bottle of ginger-orange body gel polisher ($17), or perhaps carrot body lotion ($22). Further intensifying the understandable regressive urge to taste everything is the fact that hand-written labels are spiked through hunks of soap like at a cheese shop. The soaps are a main attraction, staples being glycerine (i.e. lychee, lilac, vanilla-wheat) and olive oil (i.e. rosemary, lemon-mint, mud). But they have also updated the soap-on-a-rope, which is now beautiful enough to wear as a bracelet, and come up with a genius invention: loofah soapaglycerine soaps that are poured into natural loofah. More >>

  • Sacco

    94 Seventh Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-675-5180

    Sacco makes shoes and bags that look great on the pages of a magazine, smart on anyone else, and weird on you, unless you're one of those annoying people who can wear anything and look terrific. The stuff isn't offensively bad, which is saying something, considering how many truly preposterous shoes and bags make their way into the marketplace, but it's all just kind of weird. You'll buy it, wear it, put it away, and forget about it, and when you come across a lone Sacco mule in the bottom of your closet a year after the fact you'll look at it, puzzled, like you've never seen it before. More >>

  • Saffron

    31 Hanson Place New York, NY 11217
    718-852-6053

    http://www.saffron-brooklyn.com

  • Sahadi's

    187 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-624-4550

    http://www.sahadis.com I highly recommend living near Sahadias. The Middle Eastern grocery store is a landmark, to be sure, but one to be used regularly by New Yorkers, not just bragged about to outsiders. Since 1948, Brooklyn residents have depended on Sahadias to keep their refrigerators stocked with bulk coffee, grains, nuts, olive oil, spices, dried fruit, and candy. Aside from great prices, variety, and high quality, Sahadias stands out for high turnover. So, you may think youare something special because you use dried beans, but if you get them at Sahadias, they will be a lifetime fresher than what you find packaged. In addition, you will find a plethora of prepared foods, olives, packaged ethnic items, and a large cheese selection, including rarely found Near Eastern varieties. More >>

  • Sai Organics

    30-21 30th Ave. New York, NY 11102
    718-278-1726

    http://www.saiorganics.com

  • Saint Laurent Rive Gauche Boutique Femme

    855 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-517-7400

    http://www.ysl.com Now that Tom Ford has left the building, perhaps the media blowjob can end and we can admit that Mister Ford's collections for this most venerable of houses were really fucking weird. The women's clothes were like costumes from the Ice Capades, the men's clothes like something you'd draw if you were drafting a comic strip about a band of homosexual pirates. I'm all for a little fantasy in fashion, but this was more fever dream than fantasy, and I'm glad it's over. More >>

  • Saja

    Saja

    250 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-7570

    http://www.sajawedding.com

  • Charbonnel Et Walker

    Charbonnel Et Walker

    611 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-588-0546

    http://www.saksfifthavenue.com/Entry.jsp There's something special about going to the shop that put the Fifth Avenue in Saks Fifth Avenue. For both men and women, the selection is so extensive that there's something to appeal to every palate. While the store's lifeblood is the more conservative, uptown customer, Saks has done a good job of integrating some of fashion's more daring brands into the mix, and it's possible to score cool stuff here without all the hauteur of some of the city's boutiques. That's because the real attraction at Saks is the service, which is excellent, all-around. Between the smiling salesclerk and the old-fashioned elevators, you might think it's 1950 again. More >>

  • Salaka Video

    20 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-382-2779

    No kind of sex is excluded here. Behind the beaded curtained lies geriatric as well as apreggosa (naked pregnant women) pornography. More >>

  • Saloni Threading Salon

    853 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-254-6386

    http://www.salonithreading.com

  • Salumeria Biellese

    Salumeria Biellese

    378 Eighth Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-736-7376

    http://www.salumeriabiellese.com Marc Buzzio's family has been producing Northern Italian charcuterie for generations, never changing their old-school method: good meat, salt, and long curing time. From the outside, you wouldn't guess that this generic-looking steam-table spot harbors Buzzio's handcrafted salami, soprassata, coppa, and proscuitto, all of it made from heirloom Berkshire hogs. Piled on a hero, that homemade porky goodness is a rare thing of beauty--full of the low, mellow funk of well-aged meat. You can also buy homemade fresh sausages to cook at home. More >>

  • Salvatore Ferragamo

    655 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-759-3822

    http://www.ferragamo.com My old friend Sal makes it look easy, doesn't he? Throw on one of his beautiful ties, slip on a pair of shoes (wrought of leather soft as butter) and voila: You, too, are a master of the universe! The same is true for ladies; the shoes and bags are uniformly excellent. The clothes aren't as exciting, but you'll still be plenty impressed. More >>

  • Sam & Seb

    208 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-8300

    http://www.samandseb.com Now that it's trendy to have a baby, and people give their kids mullets long before they can say "irony", there is a market for hipster baby clothes. Sam & Seb is filling the niche. There are Ramones onesies and tiny Stooges T-shirts, as well as tutus and hoodies for infant groupies. And with prices mostly in the reasonable range, these items make great gifts. More >>

  • Sam Ash Music Stores

    160 W. 48th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-719-2299

  • Sam Flax

    3 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-620-3000

    http://www.samflaxny.com Sam Flax is truly the Kmart of art stores. They sell everything from art supplies and lights to diaries and gadgets. Pop by one of their three Manhattan locations. More >>

  • Sam Flax

    900 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-813-6666

    http://www.samflaxny.com Sam Flax is truly the Kmart of art stores. They sell everything from art supplies and lights to diaries and gadgets. Pop by one of their three Manhattan locations. More >>

  • Sample

    268 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-7866

    At Sample, a classic Nolita boutique set up in what was probably once a grocery or candy store (it still has its tin ceiling and tile floor), we fell for a ridiculous $28 candle from the French company Esteban that supposedly smelled like pie and chocolate. "Try it," urged the saleswoman. "They nailed it!" We sniffed, and a calorie-free aroma of dessert flooded our poor sad senses. Thus intoxicated, we dared ask the price of a supremely desirable tote bag of pink-and-white gingham decorated with two dogs, an appliquA(c)d fire hydrant, and a fringe of Astroturf. It was $120, but, according to the shop, 20 percent of the price goes to New York's firefighters, so in fact the bag clocked in at an acceptable $96, minus the enforced charitable donation. More >>

  • Samsung Experience

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9520

  • San Antonia Bakery 2

    San Antonia Bakery 2

    3620 Astoria Blvd. Long Island City, NY 11103
    718-777-8733

    http://www.panaderiachilena.com

  • San Francisco Clothing

    975 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-472-8740

    http://www.sanfranciscoclothing.com With sailor pea coats ($465), taffeta wrap skirts ($465), and nautical-striped dresses ($165), this store seems like it would do best somewhere in suburban Connecticut, ideally within driving distance of a Yacht club. More >>

  • Sanrio

    Sanrio

    233 W. 42nd St. New York, NY 10036
    212-840-6011

    http://www.sanrio.com This fluorescent storeastocked with an excessive amount of Hello Kitty paraphernaliaais a popular destination for girl 'tweens and tourists. More >>

  • Santa Maria Novella

    Santa Maria Novella

    285 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-0001

    http://www.lafcony.com/smn/ Can't make it to Florence? Doesn't matter; Lafco, the U.S. distributor for Santa Maria Novella, a line of soaps and fragrances that dates to (get ready) the 16th century, has a gorgeous, vaguely Florentine shop in Soho that will transport you just as surely as a 747. Much beloved, and deservedly so, these soaps are nothing short of astounding: The fragrances are lovely and linger on the skin, and you'll feel clean and chic all through the day. More >>

  • Sassoon Salon

    32 W. 18Th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-229-2200

    http://www.sassoon.com Does Vidal Sassoon really need any introduction? This brand is still kicking, years on, so if you're hungry for a taste of swinging London, you're not quite out of luck. More >>

  • Savory Sojourns

    155 W. 13th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-691-7314

    http://www.savorysojourns.com These leisurely but expensive five-hour eating tours include kitchen visits, cooking demonstrations, and plenty of food sampling. More >>

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