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  • Stuart & Wright

    Stuart & Wright

    85 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Stuart Weitzman

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9560 Shoe designer Stuart Weitzman specializes in bejeweled, glittering stilettos for weddings, evening galas and red carpet events, for those of us with $200-plus to spare. Other location: 625 Madison Ave. near 59th St. 212-750-2555 More >>

  • Stussy

    176 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8493 Simultaneously making kids look like they hate the world and have tons of friends, Stussy's definitively cool skateboarder/surfer clothes are a fixture in suburban middle schools (whether or not they're near a beach). More >>

  • Stuyvesant Square Thrift Shop

    Stuyvesant Square Thrift Shop

    1704 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10128

    Nothing to wear to the ball? Think of all the Upper East Side socialitesawho wouldn't be caught dead in the same Dior twiceaas your collective fairy godmothers. Although Stuyvesant Square's generous donors are more chic than most, it's still a thrift shop (i.e., hit or miss), so plan ahead. If you hit, you'll end up with anything from a tasteful bridesmaid's dress to a designer creation, often for under $20. More >>

  • Stylish Shoe

    19 W. 8th St. New York, NY 10011

    Perhaps not the cheapest cowboy boots on offer here, but definitely the widest selection in town. Choose from Justin, Tony Lama, Dan's, and more. Stylish Shoe goes beyond the basic black and brown and delivers "exotic skins" to the West Village. A store so fine deserves a better moniker, though. More >>

  • Sugarhead Quarters

    174 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-228-3248 This place takes skater fashion to the next level, with plenty of options for the girls. Also a good place for unique gifts under $50. More >>

  • Sullivan Street Bakery

    Sullivan Street Bakery

    533 W. 47th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-265-5580 Just looking at the apornographya section of their websiteaagratuitouslya large close-up shots of their bread, pizzas, and sweetsayou run the risk of drooling over your keyboard. But simply lusting after pictures of the perfectly formed air bubbles inside the pane integrale is nothing compared to a visit to the shop, where you will see, smell, and taste many top chefsa favorites for their tables. (Many gourmet stores carry their products as well.) The typical Italian artisanal loaves have thick, robust crusts and chewy or airy insides, like the pane Pugliese. More >>

  • Sun Hung Lee

    79 Bayard St. New York, NY 10013

    An excellent source for produce at great prices. Look for Asian veggies especially, but reliable for many more common items at better prices and fresher than your supermarket. More >>

  • SUNO Sample Sale Location

    76 Wooster St. New York, NY 10012

  • Sunrise Mart

    Sunrise Mart

    4 Stuyvesant St. New York, NY 10003

    Walk down the aisles filled chock-a-block with ramen, soba, rice crackers and countless varieties of miso, and arrive at the prepared foods section, where you'll find gigantic bento boxes, all for about $5. Each little compartment harbors a different treat. In a single bento box you might get a salmon fillet, brown rice, eggplant-shrimp salad, seaweed salad, gyoza and Japanese omelet. Avoid the tempura, which gets soggy. There are also a few prepared Korean foods, like pre-made pork bulgogi and banchan, Korean sides like kimchi and dried anchovies. More >>

  • Super Grip

    23-03 45th Road New York, NY 11101

  • Superdry

    718 Broadway New York, NY 10003

  • Supreme

    274 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10012
    212-966-7799 For limited edition Nike gear, head to Supreme, which also carries rare equipment bearing its own name. A boutique serving skaters in the hip Nolita area, Supreme has a slick display area, attracting folks who like to hang out and gaze at the boards. More >>

  • Surma "The Ukrainian Shop"

    11 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-477-0729 A truly special store, Surma sells and teaches us about handmade Ukrainian shoes, tops (truly bohemian!), beautiful scarves, and tableware like ornate porcelain and ceramics. The prices range widely, depending on the level of detail and rareness. More >>

  • Surprise, Surprise

    Surprise, Surprise

    91 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-777-0990 If you are feeling like you have lost muscle tone, start shelling out for flimsy furniture at Surprise, Surprise. Haul it home, work to assemble it, and use it in the intended way. (If it's a chair, sit in it.) Then, the furniture will start barking at you like some sort of crazy physical trainer: "Surprise! I'm broken! Won't you transport me back from whence I came to replace me with another snazzy furniture item that will also malfunction?" (Sixth-floor walk-up apartment not included, but highly recommended.) More >>

  • Sutton Clock Shop

    Sutton Clock Shop

    218 W. 82nd St. New York, NY 10024

  • Sutton Pets

    311 E. 60th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-355-2850 This fussy day care center for dogs, cats and occasionally birds has tiled floors, raised pet beds, and sheepskin rugs. More >>

  • Swallow

    361 Smith St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-222-8201 Pleasingly gooey-looking vases, bottles, cups, and bowls, most from $100 - $800. In addition to glass and ceramics, this dense-but-beautifully-arranged show room sells books on film, theory, photography, and design. More >>

  • Swann Auction Galleries

    104 E. 25th St. New York, NY 10010
    212-254-4710 Gallery hours vary according to auction. Call for more info. More >>

  • The Sweet Life

    63 Hester St. New York, NY 10002
    212-598-0092 For 23 years, the Sweet Life has been keeping Hester Street sweet with nostalgic desserts, such as jelly rings, halvah, chocolate covered pretzels, gummy bears, licorice, jawbreakers, and much more. More >>

  • Sweet Tater

    280 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-219-6400 With vintage, never say never. It's always worth it to check it out, and Sweet Tater does has lots of nice vintage dresses, shoes, and handbags. But the answer to the obvious questionahow could the prices be good for vintage in that neighborhoodais, they can't. You may find something you love so much that it's worth it, but this is not big-label vintage, it's stuff you could find for a lot less if you put in the energy. More >>

  • Sweet Things Bake Shop

    Sweet Things Bake Shop

    136 Ave. C New York, NY 10009

  • Sycamore Flowershop + Bar

    Sycamore Flowershop + Bar

    1118 Cortelyou Rd. Brooklyn, NY 11218
    347-240-5850 This Ditmas Park space has been hosting cozy shows for the better part of three years now, offering up its affectionately named "Whiskey Cellar" performance area to a number of genres on a nightly basis. When the bar functions as a flower shop during the day, one could easily expect the common pigeonhole of "kitsch," which gets thrown around a lot here--there’s even a “beer and flowers” option on the menu ($10). Given the at-times raucous vibe of the bourbon bar upstairs, seeing a show in the basement of Sycamore might seem like a risky idea. But none of the noise filters down and the intimate vibe feels more like those good old days in college, as the programming varies from improvisational jazz to folksy blues. The tiny little room and performers rarely even need microphones or amps to get their tunes across. And the standing cover of $10 ain't too bad, either. --Dale Eisinger More >>

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