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  • 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 >>

  • Saxelby Cheesemongers

    Saxelby Cheesemongers

    120 Essex St. New York, NY 10002
    212-228-8204

    http://www.saxelbycheese.com Anne Saxelby graduated from NYU with a fine arts degree, but quickly realized her preferred medium was cheese. Recently, at 25, she has opened her own farmstead cheese shop, Saxelby Cheesemongers, occupying a stall formerly home to a dumpling house in the Essex Street Market. All of the 45 varieties she carries are American and come from small farms no farther away than Iowa and Wisconsin, but the majority from Vermont and Connecticut. (The shortest commuter is fresh mozzarella from Caputo's in Brooklyn.) More >>

  • Scandinavian Design House

    167 N. 9th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    917-501-9190

    http://www.scandinavianhouse.com

  • Scaredy Kat

    232 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-623-1839

    http://www.scaredykatstore.com Local card shop Scaredy Kat caters to Hallmark-hating, letterpress-loving Park Slopers looking for something a bit more personal than Shoebox Greetings can provide. Independent letterpress printers like Egg Press and Two Piglets are stocked here, as well as Scaredy Kat's own unique line. Custom invites are also available, on order. More >>

  • Schaller & Weber

    1654 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-879-3047

    http://www.schallerweber.com

  • Scholastic Store

    Scholastic Store

    557 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-343-6166

    http://store.scholastic.com 5,500 square feet of productive diversions like puzzles, board games, videos, Klutz books, and CD-ROMs More >>

  • School Products

    3rd fl New York, NY 10001
    212-679-3516

    http://www.schoolproducts.com Hit School Products to find deals on high-end yarns and plentiful cashmere on cones. It has a wide selection of colorful yards, and even sells the needle used to make latch hook rugs. More >>

  • Schweitzer Linen

    1053 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-570-0236

    http://www.schweitzerlinen.com If whatever Martha has come up with this year just isn't good enough for you, or if you're (imagine!) the kind of person who wants to buy bedsheets from a store that specializes in them, then head to one of these outposts: The high-end goods on offer are terrific, and well worth the investment. More >>

  • Schweitzer Linen

    457 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-799-9629

    http://www.schweitzerlinen.com If whatever Martha has come up with this year just isn't good enough for you, or if you're (imagine!) the kind of person who wants to buy bedsheets from a store that specializes in them, then head to one of these outposts: The high-end goods on offer are terrific, and well worth the investment. More >>

  • Schweitzer Linen

    1132 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-249-8361

    http://www.schweitzerlinen.com If whatever Martha has come up with this year just isn't good enough for you, or if you're (imagine!) the kind of person who wants to buy bedsheets from a store that specializes in them, then head to one of these outposts: The high-end goods on offer are terrific, and well worth the investment. More >>

  • Scoop NYC

    Scoop NYC

    1275 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10021
    212-535-5577

    http://www.scoopnyc.com I blame Scoop for the death of imagination in New York City. They propagated the misguided, West Coast notion that sweat suits paired with heels are chic. They convinced women that jeans donat have to cover your entire ass. Boutiques must exercise some editorial control, but Scoop never met a trend it didnat love and embrace wholeheartedly. And if all thatas not bad enough, now theyave turned their sights on New York Cityas men, gussying them up like a bunch of cookie-cutter morons. Take a risk somewhere else, because being badly dressed is infinitely preferable to being a fashion victim. More >>

  • Scoop NYC

    Scoop NYC

    430 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-633-6539

    http://www.scoopnyc.com I blame Scoop for the death of imagination in New York City. They propagated the misguided, West Coast notion that sweat suits paired with heels are chic. They convinced women that jeans donat have to cover your entire ass. Boutiques must exercise some editorial control, but Scoop never met a trend it didnat love and embrace wholeheartedly. And if all thatas not bad enough, now theyave turned their sights on New York Cityas men, gussying them up like a bunch of cookie-cutter morons. Take a risk somewhere else, because being badly dressed is infinitely preferable to being a fashion victim. More >>

  • Scoop NYC

    Scoop NYC

    473-475 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    212-925-3539

    http://www.scoopnyc.com I blame Scoop for the death of imagination in New York City. They propagated the misguided, West Coast notion that sweat suits paired with heels are chic. They convinced women that jeans donat have to cover your entire ass. Boutiques must exercise some editorial control, but Scoop never met a trend it didnat love and embrace wholeheartedly. And if all thatas not bad enough, now theyave turned their sights on New York Cityas men, gussying them up like a bunch of cookie-cutter morons. Take a risk somewhere else, because being badly dressed is infinitely preferable to being a fashion victim. More >>

  • Screaming Mimi

    Screaming Mimi's

    382 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003
    212-677-6464

    http://www.screamingmimis.com No, itas not exactly a hidden source for rare vintage, but Screaming Mimias offers something else to retro loving shoppers; they constantly update their collection with an eye to trends from the street to the big names. That, of course, makes it easy for non experts to replicate whatever is currently aback.a To top it off, itas not just clothes but shoes and boots, jewelry, and bags they carry, or as they say athe total look.a More >>

  • Sea and Sea Fish Market

    Sea and Sea Fish Market

    310 St. Nicholas Ave. New York, NY 10027
    212-222-7427

    Ahoy, shopper. Doing the marketing doesn't usually require waders, but you might want to bring a slicker and wellies before venturing into the deeps of the Sea and Sea Fish Market. Averaging an inch or two of water and sluice on the floor, this enormous Harlem fishery makes shopping a high-seas adventure. And while no whirlpools or giant squid will confront you, the live crabs and toothy barracudas are plenty scary. More >>

  • Sean

    199 Prince St. New York, NY 10012
    212-598-5980

    http://www.seanstore.com French designer Emile LaFaurie targets the foggy middle area of menas fashion (something between holey, smelly jeans mode and Ibanker slickness) with well-priced poplin shirts, painteras coats, leather belts and wide-wale corduroyagood for weekends and/or those who donat work in finance. Almost everything in the store is under $400. More >>

  • Sean

    224 Columbus New York, NY 10023
    212-769-1489

    http://www.seanstore.com French designer Emile LaFaurie targets the foggy middle area of men's fashion (something between holey, smelly jeans mode and Ibanker slickness) with well-priced poplin shirts, painteras coats, leather belts and wide-wale corduroyagood for weekends and/or those who donat work in finance. Almost everything in the store is under $400. More >>

  • Search & Destroy

    Search & Destroy

    25 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003
    212-358-1120

    Filled with a massive assortment of old T-shirts, studded belts, jumbo knit ponchos, and '70s punk iconography, Search & Destroy wears its flag of anarchic fashion with pride. Opened by a group of Japanese kids, the shop ranks just on the basis of how intensely its owners seek out those (once) subversive (now) collectible pieces that can make a look pop, from uncannily nicked leather jackets and natty fur coats to a perfect reproduction of an old-school Seditionaries tee. More >>

  • Second Chances

    1108 Forest Ave. Staten Island, NY 10310
    718-447-2174

    A thrift shop run by the Staten Island Mental Health Society. The clothes are not exactly cutting edge, but hey, you never know. More >>

  • Secondhand Rose

    Secondhand Rose

    230 5th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-393-9002

    http://www.secondhandrose.com A mecca of fine vintage and antique home decorating materials. Among the goods: wallpaper in a comprehensive range of styles, linoleum (bulk or finished flooring), lamps, fixtures, art, and more. There is an entire Ottoman Empire collection. And no, that's not a pun. More >>

  • Secure Newark Airport Parking

    98 Frelinghuysen Ave. Newark, NJ 07114

  • See Eyewear

    312 Bleecker (at Grove) New York, NY 10014
    212-989-7060

    http://www.seeeyewear.com

  • Seize Sur Vingt

    Seize Sur Vingt

    243 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-0476

    http://www.16sur20.com If I ever come into a nice pile of money, I'm going to have all of my clothes custom-made here. The folks at Seize sur Vingt don't try anything too new or fancy. They just focus on traditional tailoring techniques to create bespoke suits and shirts for men and women as good as anything some know-it-all Brit might conjure up. If you, like me, need to save your pennies for that, you can console yourself with one of the store's ready-to-wear pieces, which are terrific. More >>

  • Selia Yang

    Selia Yang

    71 Franklin St. New York, NY 10013
    212-254-9073

    http://www.seliayang.com

  • Selima Optique

    Selima Optique

    59 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-9490

    http://www.selimaoptique.com Here's a good rule of thumb: If it has the name Selima on it (like Bond 07 or Le Corset) just trust it. Selima herself is a designer and optometrist-optician (overachiever) and her optical shops sell her own line and chic frames from other high-minded and high-end designers. More >>

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