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  • Terence Conran Shop

    407 E. 59th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-9079

    http://www.conranusa.com I can't wait to get married, for love sure, but also so I can register at the Terence Conran Shop. The New York outpost of tastemaker Conran's international empire has all sorts of incredible things: cool furniture, excellent appliances, chic tabletop stuff and all kinds of daring objects that you can just scatter around your home.It's hard to explain the unifying theme, though there certainly is one: everything here is just, for lack of a better word, cool. More >>

  • Teresa's Italian Ices and Cafe

    1298 Crosby Ave. Bronx, NY 10461
    718-828-4002

    http://www.teresas.net Teresa's Ices are the real deal. Going way beyond the "blue, red, white, and rainbow," they take flavor and texture seriously, with a line of "Cream ices" as well as sorbets. Flavors include Butterfingers, Cannoli, Mango, Tangerine, Passion Fruit, Watermelon, Root Beer, and many more. Of course, there's also good old Bubble Gum, Cherry, Lemon, and Rainbow. Aside from the icy treats, they also sell homemade pasta, mozzarella, sauces, and all kinds of Italian baked goods, coffee, and more. More >>

  • Terry

    Terry's Gourmet

    575 Sixth Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-206-0170

    On the surface, this is a typical deli, with orderly displays of shrimp salad, fruit salad, chicken salad, green salad, and rollmops made of boiled ham. Forget it all and order a roti, the stuffed Trinidadian flatbread that's assembled at a counter hidden from public view and usually eaten by the deli staff (weekdays only). The choices are chicken, beef, shrimp, and goat, which are mixed with a delicious curry of potatoes and chick peas. The bread is dhal poori, introduced to the Caribbean by Indian immigrants. Beware of the bones in the chicken and goat. More >>

  • Terry's West Village Wine

    35 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10014

  • TG-170

    TG-170

    77 Ludlow St. New York, NY 10002
    212-995-8660

    http://www.tg170.com This tiny trailblazer has been selling hip clothes to downtown types since before the Lower East Side was reduced to a real estate broker's acronym. Styles tend toward the feminine, but not in an over the top way, so customers can feel like women but not like their grandmothers. More >>

  • The Thing

    The Thing

    1001 Manhattan Ave. New York, NY 11222
    718-349-8234

  • This 'n' That Collectables

    124 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-255-0727

    If you don't have a crazy aunt of your own who lets you raid her closet full of costume jewelry and bakelyte bracelets, you can recreate the feeling in this cramped jewel box of mostly 60s jewelry and tableware. More >>

  • Thomas Pink

    520 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-8712

    http://www.thomaspink.com It's too bad only English retailers can get away with calling themselves "clothiers"; it's such a descriptive word. Thomas Pink is truly a clothier, furnishing men and women with a preppy edge perfectly tailored, often exuberantly patterned shirts. It's the shirts that made them (justly) famous, but Thomas Pink also sells everything else you might need from head to toe, all of it nicely designed and made to last. More >>

  • Thomas Pink

    1155 6th Ave. New York, NY 10036
    212-840-9663

    http://www.thomaspink.com It's too bad only English retailers can get away with calling themselves "clothiers"; it's such a descriptive word. Thomas Pink is truly a clothier, furnishing men and women with a preppy edge perfectly tailored, often exuberantly patterned shirts. It's the shirts that made them (justly) famous, but Thomas Pink also sells everything else you might need from head to toe, all of it nicely designed and made to last. More >>

  • Thomas Pink

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10019
    212-823-9650

    http://www.thomaspink.com It's too bad only English retailers can get away with calling themselves "clothiers"; it's such a descriptive word. Thomas Pink is truly a clothier, furnishing men and women with a preppy edge perfectly tailored, often exuberantly patterned shirts. It's the shirts that made them (justly) famous, but Thomas Pink also sells everything else you might need from head to toe, all of it nicely designed and made to last. More >>

  • A Thousand Picnics

    171 S. 4th St. New York, NY 11211
    347-606-8715

  • Three Lives & Co.

    Three Lives & Co.

    154 W. 10th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-741-2069

    http://www.threelives.com Aesthetically, a near-perfect bookstore (featured on the cover of Jonathan Franzen's How to Be Alone), Three Lives offers a relatively small but well-chosen selection of literary fiction and local interest. More >>

  • Thrift Treasures and Things

    1076 Castleton Ave. Staten Island, NY 10310
    718-447-5604

    Itas hard to get past the disheveled junkyard-style presentation here, and when you do, the treasures seem few and far-between. Granted, it opened recently and perhaps will undergo a significant transformation yet, but for now you can try to find your way through the rubble. Need a detached refrigerator door? Score! More >>

  • Thrifty Beverage

    1088 Front St. Uniondale, NY 11553
    516-481-8750

    http://www.thriftybeverage.com The Thrifty out in Astoria, these are some of the cheapest beer prices we've found: $17 for a case of Bud. More >>

  • Tiberio Custom Meats

    78 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002

  • Tic Tac Toe

    161 W. 4th St. New York, NY 10014
    212-462-0019

    http://www.tictactoeny.com A self-consciously hostile selection of play-objects like aforeplay dice,a inflatable punching-bag penises and apussy snorkels.a More >>

  • Tiffany & Company

    727 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-8000

    http://www.tiffany.com Immortalized by the classic shot of a Givenchy-clad Audrey Hepburn, munching on a danish (yeah right) and envying the aother worlda behind those bejeweled windowsa|. The trademark little blue box has always been billed as the gift ladies love, whether it carries the ubiquitous Elsa Peretti bean necklace, Paloma Picassoas bold baubles, or the mother engagement rock of every golddiggeras dreams. More >>

  • Timberland

    474 Broadway New York, NY 10013
    646-613-7292

    http://www.timberland.com It's mildly amusing that Timberland, with its no-nonsense utility footwear, has a shop on Madison Avenue. Despite the high-fashion spin, Timberland continues to offer classic, durable shoes that will see you through many a harsh city winter, as well as some equally durable, though not-so-chic, clothing. More >>

  • Time Pieces

    115 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10014
    866-329-0203

    http://www.timepiecesrepair.com At this tiny, easily overlooked West Village hole-in-the-wall, you can drop big bucks on some hard to find vintage timepiece, or you can bring in your granddad's slightly worse for wear Rolex for some expert TLC. Screw diamonds: A really good watch is, or should be, forever. More >>

  • Tiny Doll House

    1179 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10028
    212-744-3719

    The intricate houses in this doll shop run from $200 to $10,000 and have all the accoutrements of an Upper East Side home: Persian carpets, Le Corbusier chairs, and Starbucks coffee mugs. More >>

  • Tiny Empire

    142 N. 6th St. New York, NY 11211
    718-599-5575

    http://www.tinyempirenyc.com

  • Tiny Living

    125 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-228-2748

    http://www.tiny-living.com As gimmicks go, this one is actually kind of genius: a design store full of cool looking objects for a small apartment in the city. Manhattan dwellers, who work hard to lay their heads right next to a refrigerator, will feel like kids in candy stores when they step into this appropriately small space to peruse the collection, which includes mini juicers, collapsable wine racks, nesting tables, folding chairs, and so-on. Even if you have space somehow, there will be something you want here, and many good gift ideas. More >>

  • Tip Top Shoes

    155 W. 72nd St. New York, NY 10023
    800-WALKING

    http://www.tiptopshoes.com Since 1940, this family-operated shoe store has been providing reliable comfort brands like Clarks, Birkenstocks, Rockport, and Dansko to an appreciative Upper West Side clientele. You canat storm the wilds of Central Park in stilettos. More >>

  • Titan Foods

    25-56 31st St. Long Island City, NY 11105
    718-626-7771

    http://www.titanfood.com A neighborhood staple and a store worth the trip for foodies everywhere, Titan is an excellent source for Greek products at great prices. At the deli counter in the back there are several varieties of feta cheese, as well as fresh Halva and salted anchovies. There is an entired aisle of Greek yogurt, a bakery, a large selection of olive oils and olive oil soaps and other beauty products. More >>

  • TJ Maxx

    620 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10011
    212-229-0875

    http://www.tjmaxx.com Walking the line between bargain and schlock, TJ Maxx is not for the faint of heart. Persistence is often rewarded here, and sometimes in-depth searching of the racks will yield some remarkable treasures: not-too-irregular designer goods, surprisingly wearable no-name goods, a smattering of acceptable linens or other housewares. Sometimes, though, the bad lighting and incredible disarray are just too dispiriting, even for the most dedicated treasure hunter. More >>

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