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  • Udom Corporation

    81 Bayard St. New York, NY 10013
    212-349-7662

    One of very few exhaustive markets for Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese grocery items in Manhattan, this tiny place, which has been around for almost 30 years, has everything you'll need to take your kitchen to authentic East Asian cookingano need for substitutions. More >>

  • Ugly Luggage

    214 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-0724

    They've got tables, chairs, the occasional velvet sofa, and a number of old-fashioned suitcases that look like the ones in family photos from the 1930s. I almost picked up a pea green plastic-covered chair here, the kind found circling a kitchen table in the '70s, until I realised the price was $80. I figured I could probably find the same thing in my uncle's basement. In other words, much of the stuff looks more "old" than "antique." More >>

  • Ultra

    233 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-677-4380

    http://www.ultra-nyc.com I've finally found it! The only thing more irksome than an achingly hip, DJ-toting restaurant: an achingly hip, sleek salon tucked anonymously into the East Village. No two-chair hole-in-the-wall, Ultra boasts almost a dozen stylists, and also offers brow work and in-depth color consultation. More >>

  • Uncle Louie G

    3138 Ave. U Brooklyn, NY 11229
    718-368-0676

    Uncle Louie Gas Italian ices were apparently Brooklynas best-kept secret until they appeared on every corner overnight, thanks to franchising and plans to take over the world. These are not the ices of the pastafull of dangerous shards and crystals. Itas more like ice cream you can pretend has no calories, despite the blatantly high sugar content. The peanut butter flavors (peanut butter cup, chocolate peanut butter, peanut butter chocolate chip, and peanut butter cookie dough) are outstanding thanks to real chunks of salty peanut butter. You can also order ice cream cakes and pick up pints, coffee, chocolates, and even Louie Gas original bottled spring water. More >>

  • Uncle Louie G's

    157 Prospect Park SW Brooklyn, NY 11218
    718-438-9282

    http://www.unclelouiegee.com Uncle Louie Gas Italian ices were apparently Brooklynas best-kept secret until they appeared on every corner overnight, thanks to franchising and plans to take over the world. These are not the ices of the pastafull of dangerous shards and crystals. Itas more like ice cream you can pretend has no calories, despite the blatantly high sugar content. The peanut butter flavors (peanut butter cup, chocolate peanut butter, peanut butter chocolate chip, and peanut butter cookie dough) are outstanding thanks to real chunks of salty peanut butter. You can also order ice cream cakes and pick up pints, coffee, chocolates, and even Louie Gas original bottled spring water. More >>

  • Uncle Louie G's

    1361 Coney Island Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11230
    718-724-2120

    Uncle Louie Gas Italian ices were apparently Brooklynas best-kept secret until they appeared on every corner overnight, thanks to franchising and plans to take over the world. These are not the ices of the pastafull of dangerous shards and crystals. Itas more like ice cream you can pretend has no calories, despite the blatantly high sugar content. The peanut butter flavors (peanut butter cup, chocolate peanut butter, peanut butter chocolate chip, and peanut butter cookie dough) are outstanding thanks to real chunks of salty peanut butter. You can also order ice cream cakes and pick up pints, coffee, chocolates, and even Louie Gas original bottled spring water. This location is kosher certified. More >>

  • Uncle Sam's Army Navy Outfitters

    37 W. 8th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-674-2222

    http://www.armynavydeals.com Manhattan's army-navy stores are overpriced as a rule, but Uncle Sam's is on NYU turf, so sticker tags are kept reasonable enough for a college crowd. Here you'll find the requisite Dickies, flight suits, and polyester jackets embroidered with random names so that your ironic indie-rock friend can better look like a gas station attendant, combat fatigues so your death metal friend can feel more badass, gas masks for your paranoid friend, and plenty more besides. More >>

  • Union

    176 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-8493

    http://www.unionyc.com Skater heads that refuse to take but one step into Soho these days make the exception for Union, their pit stop on the way to Recon and SSUR Plus. The longtime streetwear store on Spring has been around since 1989 (doesnat seem that long ago, does it?), selling printed t-shirts and Rogan jeans to a loyal clientele. More >>

  • Union Max

    110 Union St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-222-1785

    This family store, the first on the Columbia strip in Red Hook, sells vintage beads, jewelry, houseware, kitsch, and crap. The shopas small used-book collectionahoused in its own little cornerais a haphazard mix of 70-year-old classics and bathroom paperbacks. More >>

  • Union Square Greenmarket

    Union Square Greenmarket

    Broadway at E. 17th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-788-7476

    http://www.grownyc.org One of the great joys of city living, the Union Square farmers market is the largest of 47 green markets in the five boroughs. Itas in effect Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, year-round. Some of the treasures are: unimaginable (if pricey) salad greens from Windfall Farms, tomatoes and herbs from Stokes, dairy in old-fashioned glass milk bottles and sheepas milk yogurt from Ronnybrook Farm, and the best apples from Red Jacket Farms. More >>

  • Union Square Holiday Market

    14th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-529-9262

    http://www.urbanspacenyc.com Every year, Union Square is transformed into a tent-enclosed circus of desperate holiday shopping. Can I grab some decent picture frame before shuffling into the train station? Maybe, but donat count on it. The goods at this market tend to be craftyain the random, overpriced sense that makes stocking stuffers just, well, astuffa. More >>

  • Union Square Wines & Spirits

    140 4th Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-675-8100

    http://www.unionsquarewines.com Classy drunks should proceed to Union Square Wines and Liquors on Saturday afternoons for their highly civilized "mega-tastings," when 18 to 30 different wines are uncorked for sampling, or the less frequent "hyper-tastings," when the whole store is given over to 80 different pours. More >>

  • Uniqlo

    76 Greene St. New York, NY 10012
    877-486-4756

    http://www.uniqlo.com Big news for fashion hounds: Japanas largest clothing retailer, Uniqlo has opened its first New York store. Chock full of hip, well-made casual clothing (the basicsathink the Gap but cool) at very friendly prices, including men's cashmere sweaters for about $80. More >>

  • Uniqlo

    Uniqlo

    546 Broadway New York, NY 10012
    917-237-8800

  • Unis

    Unis

    226 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-431-5533

    http://www.unisnewyork.com

  • United Bamboo

    270 Bowery New York, NY 10012
    212-926-3311

    United Bamboo's clothing is often impeccably tailored without being stiff, preppy-inspired without being stuffy, and ladylike without being boring. It is always subtle but very chic, with classic colors and shapes inflected with a little fun in the textiles or a cheeky, boyish button at the neck. More >>

  • United Colors of Benetton

    601 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-593-0290

    http://www.benetton.com I get a warm feeling when I remember Benetton's 1980s heyday, when their clothes were coveted by all the cool kids in my class, and their shocking at the time, gentle in retrospect left-wing politics were the subject of much debate. There's not much of that in evidence now, or it seems silly and worn this many years on, but you can still rely on the United Colors (what does that mean, really?) for some cute, fashionable staples. More >>

  • United Colors of Benetton

    753 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-979-8718

    http://www.benetton.com/portal/web/guest/home I get a warm feeling when I remember Benetton's 1980s heyday, when their clothes were coveted by all the cool kids in my class, and their shocking at the time, gentle in retrospect left-wing politics were the subject of much debate. There's not much of that in evidence now, or it seems silly and worn this many years on, but you can still rely on the United Colors (what does that mean, really?) for some cute, fashionable staples. More >>

  • United Colors of Benetton

    10 Columbus Circle New York, NY 10021
    212-245-5117

    http://www.benetton.com/portal/web/guest/home I get a warm feeling when I remember Benetton's 1980s heyday, when their clothes were coveted by all the cool kids in my class, and their shocking at the time, gentle in retrospect left-wing politics were the subject of much debate. There's not much of that in evidence now, or it seems silly and worn this many years on, but you can still rely on the United Colors (what does that mean, really?) for some cute, fashionable staples. More >>

  • United Colors of Benetton

    10 Fulton New York, NY 10038
    212-509-3999

    http://www.benetton.com I get a warm feeling when I remember Benetton's 1980s heyday, when their clothes were coveted by all the cool kids in my class, and their shocking at the time, gentle in retrospect left-wing politics were the subject of much debate. There's not much of that in evidence now, or it seems silly and worn this many years on, but you can still rely on the United Colors (what does that mean, really?) for some cute, fashionable staples. More >>

  • United Meat Market

    United Meat Market

    219 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-768-7227

  • United Nude Terra Plana

    260 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-274-9000

    http://www.unitednude.com Rarely does the Mobius Strip inspire a new shoe company, but that's the story behind United Nude. Founded by Rem D. Koolhaas (nephew of the famous Dutch architect) and English shoemaker Galahad JD Clark (yeah, of Clark's fame), the company's odd little name is supposed to represent its philosophy. According to their website, "the products evolve in projects from international teams (United), in an open way with direct recognition (Nude)". OK. The first creation was the "United Nude Mobius," a women's heeled mule with one single strip as the sole, heel, footbed, and upper. They're also not that comfortable, but United Nude's later guy shoes are, sold at this Elizabeth Street store. Funny how that works. More >>

  • Universal News

    977 8th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-459-0932

    When a friend told me his sculptures were featured in L'uomo Vogue (the Italian men's fashion rag), I combed the East Village trying to locate a copy. Ink on Avenue A had only last month's issue. Barnes & Noble? As if. In the end, I overcame my lazy ways and schlepped to Soho, where Universal News takes its stand. (There is another location on the Upper West Side.) Overwhelmed by the floor-to-ceiling magazine racks lining its vast interior, I sought help from an employee, then settled down with a cappuccino to peruse my find (the shop doubles as a cafA(c)). With the city's widest range of international periodicals, Universal News is the first place I'll look next time. More >>

  • Unnameable Books

    600 Vanderbilt Ave. New York, NY 11238
    718-789-1534

    http://unnameablebooks.blogspot.com

  • Unoppressive Non-Imperialist Bargain Books

    Unoppressive Non-Imperialist Bargain Books

    34 Carmine St. New York, NY 10014
    212-229-0079

    http://unoppressivebooks.blogspot.com For biographies on Joyce and studies on Buddhism, tips on how to have great sex and read a tarot card (not at once), amazing picture books on art, and even a Monty Python CD-ROM, you should visit Drougas, but only when you have hours to devote. Highly recommended for anyone with writer's block or boredom or suffering from a complete lack of cash: Books start at $2 and don't go much higher. More >>

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