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  • Beacon

    Beacon's Closet

    88 N. 11th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-0816 Deliberately nestled in the hippest of Brooklyn neighborhoods, the two branches of Beacon's Closet (there's also one in Park Slope) rely on "neighborhood fashionistas" to supply an ever ready surplus of vintage go-go boots, used indie CDs, worn ironic T-shirts, and frumpy-cum-sassy dresses. More >>

  • Beastly Bite

    140 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11201

    A small neighborhood pet store that sets itself apart with an amazing selection of pet shampoos, easily the most important and often overlooked aspect of pet care for people with too much spare time. They probably even carry a dandruff-fighting brand. The staff is generally unhelpful. More >>

  • Beastly Bite

    490 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

    A small neighborhood pet store that sets itself apart with an amazing selection of pet shampoos, easily the most importantaand often overlookedaaspect of pet care for people with too much spare time. They probably even carry a dandruff-fighting brand. The staff is generally unhelpful. More >>

  • Bed Bath & Beyond

    459 Gateway Drive Brooklyn, NY 11239
    718-235-2049 When going through the hell of moving, at least one stop at this brilliant superstore is obligatory. This is where college kids go for dry-erase boards and clothes hangers. This is where divorcA(c)es go to replace the coffeemaker the ex got in the settlement. There's everything you could ever need for the kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom here, from high-quality goods to pure schlock, which is what I'm guessing they mean by "beyond." More >>

  • Bed Vyne

    370 Tompkins Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11216

  • Bedford Cheese Shop

    Bedford Cheese Shop

    229 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-599-7588 The display case here is jammed with twice as many cheeses as it can well hold, most at the peak of ripeness. A recent foray turned up a seasonal piave from Italy's Veneto region-crumbly and tart like a well-aged Gouda. More >>

  • Beer Street

    413 Graham Ave. New York, NY 11211

  • Bergen Street Comics

    470 Bergen St. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Bicycle Roots

    609 Nostrand Ave. New York, NY 11216

  • Big Nose, Full Body

    Big Nose, Full Body

    382 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-369-4030 A great wine store requires a knowledgeable staff, cheap prices, and no "Don't you think it's time you joined AA" attitude when you buy another magnum-sized bottle of Orvieto Classico on your daily walk home from work. The enablers at Big Nose, Full Body meet all these requirements, and provide a wide selection of vinos, from the $7 party gift that tastes like a $20 chardonnay to delicious high-end ports to sip with your homies. More >>

  • The Bike Shop

    147 Union St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

    Brooklynites fixing to rent a bike during cycling season, or April to September, can generally find one at Bike Shop, an uncreatively named Carroll Gardens haunt. However, the store oftentimes doesnat have enough bikes in stock to rent during the off-season. Bike Shop also sells new and used cycles, with hybridsasturdy enough for city streetsabeing the most popular purchase. More >>

  • Bittersweets

    37 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Blanc & Rouge

    81 Washington St. New York, NY 11201

  • Blue Sky Bakery

    Blue Sky Bakery

    53 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Blueberi

    143 Front St. Brooklyn, NY 11210

    Many of the pieces at Dumbo boutique Blueberi are exquisite: the curve-hugging handknit skirts; the patchwork, ragamuffin-chic cardigans; the gossamer-thin black slip dresses that look as if from the Victorian era or yanked from Helena Bonham Carter's closet (same difference). But the merchandise from talented independent designers and the occasional recognizable name all fall in that untouchable price range of $300-$400. It's clearly targeted at Dumbo's more flush, lux-condo inhabitants. More >>

  • Bond 07 By Selima

    88 N. 6th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    The athere-goes-the-neighborhood" contingent sees Isa as a troubling sign of the times. It's not nearly so dangerous as all that; it's just another anonymous, too-cool-for-school boutique. The selection is good (United Bamboo, A.P.C., the avant-garde As Four) but Isa is really just for locals, on those weekends when the L train isn't running and you simply must have a new pair of Rogan jeans. More >>

  • BookCourt


    163 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-875-3677 This neighborhood store, which underwent a mini-financial boom after the publication of Jonathan Lethem's Motherless Brooklyn (the store sold 1,000 copies in a few weeks), specializes in dignified subway reading. The "magazine section" consists, essentially, of the Believer, Bookforum, and the New York Review of Books. What more could you possibly want? More >>

  • Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition

    253 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-7489 Brooklynites missing their dogs can pop by the local shelter, Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition, and take a homeless pup for a walk. Not only is it healthy for the walker and the walkee, but it brings an animal one step closer to the final goal of adoption. But be prepared, BARC takes its animals seriously, and potential owners need to supply two letters of reference and proof that their landlord allows pets. If you already have a dog, they want to see it. Adoptions cost $100 to cover the cost of neutering and shots. More >>

  • Brooklyn Flea

    Brooklyn Flea

    176 Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

  • Brooklyn Fox

    132 N. 5th St. New York, NY 11211

  • Brooklyn Homebrew

    163 8th St. New York, NY 11215

  • Brooklyn Industries

    Brooklyn Industries

    162 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-486-6464 This homegrown favorite is an alternative to the sometimes canned charms of stores like Urban Outfitters; Brooklyn Industries has a nice selection of printed tees, comfortable hoodies, bags and other so-called streetwear. All that Brooklyn pride can get tiresome (and 718 implies four boroughs, not just one) but this is a fun place for the would-be skater/cool kid to shop. More >>

  • Brooklyn Ink

    462 87th St. New York, NY 11209

  • The Brooklyn Kitchen

    The Brooklyn Kitchen

    100 Frost St. New York, NY 11211
    718-389-2982 The Brooklyn Kitchen is about education. On one hand, they’ve got classes on knife skills, sauces, traditional breakfast dishes, and pies. The Williamsburg space even hosts classes in collaboration with several of Brooklyn’s finest culinary institutions, whether it’s a homemade pizza class with Roberta's or a pickling class with McClure's. On the other hand, the Brooklyn Kitchen offers high quality kitchen wares and locally and ethically sourced meats. (The butchers here know their stuff--Tom Mylan, one of four butchers, helped open Marlow and Sons.) They’ve got pork, lamb, and beef, and offer a ridiculous amount of sausages--even a chili cheese-stuffed hot dog. Aside from the stuff you can buy, the butchers are open to any and all questions. --Shane Barnes More >>

  • Brooklyn Night Bazaar

    165 Banker Street Brooklyn, NY 11222

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