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  • Alife Rivington Club

    Alife Rivington Club

    158 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002
    212-375-8128

    http://www.alifenyc.com I've had it with this store's pretentious fetishizing of the sneaker. I love a good pair of sneakers, don't get me wrong; I'm the guy who almost wept when I scored the last pair of corduroy Comme des Garcons sneakers at Barneys. And I'm all for concept shopping (have you ever noticed how many high-concept stores there are in this town?). It's the smugness I just can't take. Go to this store, fine, go crazy, but I don't want to hear about it. More >>

  • AliKat

    AliKat

    225 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-834-1616

    http://www.alikatnyc.com Donna Paparella named her store after her atween-aged stepdaughters, Alice and Katherine. But the two will be able to shop there indefinitely. Brightly colored Lacoste polo shirts appeal to (and fit) the inner pubescent in us all, and provide a light at the end of the blizzard season. Same goes for lesportsac bags and a variety of jeans including Blue Cult, Miss Sixty, and atween-fitting cuts of Joeas that likewise flatter chaperonesa fully developed pelvises. You'll also find pretty undershirts for summer by Made. Top it off with something girly from Ella Moss or C Ronson, or go grunge with a Junk Food t-shirt, perhaps emblazoned with aBorn to Rocka and a picture of Pebbles playing the guitar. Whatever seems appropriate. More >>

  • Alkit Photo Center

    227 E. 45th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-674-1515

    http://www.alkit.com Alkit sells low-end professional photography equipment, as well as gear for the hobbyist. For those who feel no need to actually buy anything, the Park Avenue location offers rentals as well as digital touch-ups. All three branches are closed on Sundays. More >>

  • All Good Things

    102 Franklin St. New York, NY 10013
    212-925-5081

  • All-star Locksmith & Hardware

    284 Flatbush Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-622-0100

    http://www.allstarlocksmith.org Yes, it's just a hardware store. There are a lot of them right in the area, including the brightly-lit, immaculate and sprawling Pintchik paint and hardware store. But this placeasmall and a little dingyais run by a couple of guys who will ask you a few crucial questions about the clog in your drain, and then tell you which stuff they use in their own homes (it's not Drano). And that shit works so well, you'll wish you had another clog to destroy. More >>

  • Allan & Suzi

    416 Amsterdam Ave. New York, NY 10024
    212-724-7445

    http://www.allanandsuzi.net This consignment shop specializes in wacky, yet somehow exceedingly fashionable garments and accessories: '80s shoulder pads, tie-died evening gowns, 7-inch platforms, pompoms, dustbusters and more. More >>

  • Alleva

    188 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-226-7990

    http://www.allevadairy.com As the oldest Italian cheese shop in the country, Alleva is not just a stop on your walking tour of Little Italy. New Yorkers, this is a treasure for your regular food shopping rounds. They have been making mozzarella fresh right in the store for over 100 years. What more do you want? They also have a fully stocked, well-priced selection of imported cheeses and cured meats. And instead of some fancy-shmancy panini place for suckers, you can get a real one here for $5. More >>

  • Almondine

    Almondine

    85 Water St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-797-5026

    http://www.almondinebakery.com

  • Alpana Bawa

    41 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-965-0559

    http://www.alpanabawa.com Alpana Bawa is the rare talent actually able to make clothes that look "ethnic" without making them look cheap, or costumey, or like something you found in a noisy bazaar. In her hands, exuberant, ethnic prints look downright modern and desireable. More >>

  • Alpana Bawa

    Alpana Bawa

    70 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10003
    212-254-1249

    http://www.alpanabawa.com Alpana Bawa is the rare talent actually able to make clothes that look "ethnic" without making them look cheap, or costumey, or like something you found in a noisy bazaar. In her hands, exuberant, ethnic prints look downright modern and desireable. More >>

  • Alphabets

    Alphabets

    47 Greenwich Ave. New York, NY 10014
    212-229-2966

    http://www.alphabetsnyc.com This absurd mini-chain caters to those who just have to buy something, and fast. I consider this one of those lunchboxascented-candleablank-book stores that have sprung up all over the city, and I blame such stores for the abundance of faux-retro kitsch making apartments all over the city look like dorm rooms. More >>

  • Alphabets

    Alphabets

    115 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-475-7250

    http://www.alphabetsnyc.com This absurd mini-chain caters to those who just have to buy something, and fast. I consider this one of those lunchboxascented-candleablank-book stores that have sprung up all over the city, and I blame such stores for the abundance of faux-retro kitsch making apartments all over the city look like dorm rooms. More >>

  • Alphabets

    Alphabets

    2284 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-579-5702

    http://www.alphabetsnyc.com This absurd mini-chain caters to those who just have to buy something, and fast. I consider this one of those lunchboxascented-candleablank-book stores that have sprung up all over the city, and I blame such stores for the abundance of faux-retro kitsch making apartments all over the city look like dorm rooms. More >>

  • Alphaville

    226 W. Houston St. New York, NY 10014
    212-675-6850

    http://www.alphaville.com For historically minded children and/or their nostalgic parents, Alphaville carries a wide array of vintage games, toys and posters from the '40s through '70s. Mr. Potato Heads and paperback space novels are a particular specialty. More >>

  • Alsalam Restaurant & Meat Market

    Alsalam Restaurant & Meat Market

    7206 Fifth Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11209
    718-921-1076

    The chicken shawarma sandwich is the best in town-fresh cut from the homemade rotating cylinder, jammed in a pocketless pita with lettuce, tomatoes, sumac-dusted onions, and a powerful garlic sauce. With the surprise addition of split cornichons, it's then rolled in butcher paper and zapped in a Cuban-style sandwich press. This Middle Eastern lunch counter-cum-market-where you can get replacement supplies for your hookah, in addition to staple groceries-also features rotisserie chicken and spinach cooked with pine nuts and mujadara, and rice tossed with lentils and frizzled onions. More >>

  • Alter

    Alter

    407 Graham Ave. New York, NY 11211
    718-609-0203

    http://www.alterbrooklyn.com

  • Amaran

    109 Ave. B New York, NY 10009
    212-420-0427

    http://www.amaran.com We are reluctant to even darken the door of Amaran, the spectacular import shop across from Tompkins Square Park, remembering the sticker shock we experienced on a previous visit. And indeed, though the tag on a lovely Javanese teakwood TV cabinet reads $3,680, we are happy to report that there are also sequined flip-flops at $48 and insanely beautiful sequined tote bags for a slim $39. Even more encouraging is a basket of beltsasome embellished with beads, others sporting miniature conch shellsamarked down to $19 or less. More >>

  • Amarcord

    223 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-963-4001

    http://www.amarcordvintagefashion.com Amarcord might be Fellini's craziest movie. Well, it's a toss-up, but this shop certainly brings color to a Fellini world of glamorous, confident, sexy, and often quirky women. This is pristine vintage, always in mint condition, and always reflecting (and supplying) current high fashion designers. The prices are fair, meaning it's fair that you would pay over $500 for a gigantic, flawless vintage crocodile bag, but you would also gladly shell out $85 to $110 for a sweet wool cowl-necked sweater or $45 for a pretty button-down shirt, especially because they look like new. Those searching for big names will find Sergio Rossi shoes, Gucci and Dior bags, and clothing from Pierre Cardin, Versace, Valentino, Kenzo, and Yves Saint Laurent. But some of the best finds here are label-less Italian vintage pieces, dead-stock Italian military items, and an array of vintage sunglasses ($110 to $200). The East Village location has more big names and prices. More >>

  • Amarcord

    84 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-614-7133

    http://www.amarcordvintagefashion.com Amarcord might be Fellini's craziest movie. Well, it's a toss-up, but this shop certainly brings color to a Fellini world of glamorous, confident, sexy, and often quirky women. This is pristine vintage, always in mint condition, and always reflecting (and supplying) current high fashion designers. The prices are fair, meaning it's fair that you would pay over $500 for a gigantic, flawless vintage crocodile bag, but you would also gladly shell out $85 to $110 for a sweet wool cowl-necked sweater or $45 for a pretty button-down shirt, especially because they look like new. Those searching for big names will find Sergio Rossi shoes, Gucci and Dior bags, and clothing from Pierre Cardin, Versace, Valentino, Kenzo, and Yves Saint Laurent. But some of the best finds here are label-less Italian vintage pieces, dead-stock Italian military items, and an array of vintage sunglasses ($110 to $200). The Williamsburg store focuses on the less expensive. More >>

  • American Apparel

    183 Houston St. New York, NY 10002
    212-598-4600

    http://www.americanapparel.net Slowly but surely, American Apparel is taking over Manhattan. The company focuses on the basics: AA's simple cotton clothes prioritize fit and material, and they're not produced in sweatshops, so they're politically sensitive, too. Those who balk at paying (relatively) high prices for tees and underwear need only to try these on to be convinced. Their aggressive retail strategy (so many stores in so short a time!) is a bit off-putting, though. More >>

  • American Apparel

    American Apparel

    373 6th Ave. New York, NY 10014
    646-336-6515

    http://www.americanapparel.net Slowly but surely, American Apparel is taking over Manhattan. The company focuses on the basics: AA's simple cotton clothes prioritize fit and material, and they're not produced in sweatshops, so they're politically sensitive, too. Those who balk at paying (relatively) high prices for tees and underwear need only to try these on to be convinced. Their aggressive retail strategy (so many stores in so short a time!) is a bit off-putting, though. More >>

  • American Apparel

    712 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    646-383-2257

    http://www.americanapparel.net Slowly but surely, American Apparel is taking over Manhattan. The company focuses on the basics: AA's simple cotton clothes prioritize fit and material, and they're not produced in sweatshops, so they're politically sensitive, too. Those who balk at paying (relatively) high prices for tees and underwear need only to try these on to be convinced. Their aggressive retail strategy (so many stores in so short a time!) is a bit off-putting, though. More >>

  • American Apparel

    121 Spring St. New York, NY 10012
    212-226-4880

    http://www.americanapparel.net Slowly but surely, American Apparel is taking over Manhattan. The company focuses on the basics: AA's simple cotton clothes prioritize fit and material, and they're not produced in sweatshops, so they're politically sensitive, too. Those who balk at paying (relatively) high prices for tees and underwear need only to try these on to be convinced. Their aggressive retail strategy (so many stores in so short a time!) is a bit off-putting, though. More >>

  • American Apparel

    104 N. 6th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-218-0002

    http://www.americanapparel.net Slowly but surely, American Apparel is taking over Manhattan. The company focuses on the basics: AA's simple cotton clothes prioritize fit and material, and they're not produced in sweatshops, so they're politically sensitive, too. Those who balk at paying (relatively) high prices for tees and underwear need only to try these on to be convinced. Their aggressive retail strategy (so many stores in so short a time!) is a bit off-putting, though. More >>

  • American Apparel Warehouse Sale

    766 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10010

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