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  • Brooklyn Reclamation

    Brooklyn Reclamation

    676 Driggs Ave. New York, NY 11211
    718-218-8012

    http://www.brooklynreclamation.com

  • Brooklyn Strategist

    Brooklyn Strategist

    333 Court St. New York, NY 11231
    718-576-3035

    https://www.thebrooklynstrategist.com

  • Brownstone Books

    409 Lewis Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11233
    718-953-7328

    http://www.brownstonebooks.com

  • Buffalo Exchange

    Buffalo Exchange

    504 Driggs Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-6901

    http://www.buffaloexchange.com Beacon's Closet, you have company. A nationwide used clothing shop that started in Tucson, the peculiarly-named Buffalo Exchange chain boasts many branches in the West but only two on the East Coast: one in Philadelphia, and now a new one in Wiliamsburg. Like Beacon's, they buy, sell, and trade used clothing. Strangely enough, one of the Swedish founders chose the word "buffalo" because she thought it sounded American. More >>

  • Buffalo Exchange

    109 Boerum Place New York, NY 11201

  • Burlington Coat Factory

    625 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-622-4057

    http://www.burlingtoncoatfactory.com Their jingle from the '80s haunts my nightmares, and stepping insideaoh that lighting!ais often a waking nightmare. But stay focused and you may well turn up something pretty great. Don't believe the hype: You're not going to stumble upon some Christian Dior sequinned fur number here, but when it's cold outside, you won't really care. Also, there are clothes, not just coats (and needless to say, it's not a factory) but finding the good stuff really requires the patience of a saint. More >>

  • Butter

    389 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-260-9033

    http://www.evagentry.com Run by a pair of sisters with impeccable taste, Butter is the best boutique on the new and improved Atlantic Avenue. Local women will be delighted to discover chic pieces from the major high-end designers mixed in with a curious collection of shoes and jewelry. The selection is great and the service is so good you may never go to Barneys again. More >>

  • Cacao Prieto

    218 Conover St. New York, NY 11231
    347-225-0130

    http://www.cacaoprieto.com

  • Camille Hempel Design

    Camille Hempel Design

    317 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-387-5076

    http://www.camillehempel.com Head through the pink barn doors and you're in Camille Hempel's world, replete with jewelry inspired by Times Square peep shows, car parts, and her grandma's old sewing box. Hempel is known for her comfortable rings made with articulating bands, but we're more fond of her rings, bracelets and necklaces constructed from old vintage sewing buttons. More >>

  • Caputo's

    329 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-875-6871

    http://www.caputobakery.com A famous and beloved bakery, Caputoas has been a staple of Carroll Gardens since 1904. The family is still turning out fantastic bread, like the lardo breadabring this to a dinner party and you will become very popular. And of course they make biscotti and other traditional sweets. More >>

  • Catbird

    Catbird

    219 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-599-3457

    http://www.catbirdnyc.com If you're one of those lucky New York boys who's hooked up with some sexy rocker chick with big, dangly earrings and a swivel in her hips, show her you really care by shopping at Williamsburg's Catbird. It's almost impossible to go wrong here: There's a selection of tote bags ($20 to $50) for her knitting and tattered copy of The Female Eunuch. Even hardass chicks dig jewelry, and you can score points by pretending the faux-vintage brooches ($9 to $39) were some flea market find. If you're not quite up to the surprise-her level, Catbird has an ingenius system where girls can leave a wish list at the counter for boyfriends to consult-you don't have to get married to register. More >>

  • CB I Hate Perfume

    93 Wythe Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-6890

    http://www.cbihateperfume.com Innovative perfumer Christopher Brosius filled a void when he established Demeter Fragrances, the company behind non-frilly, single scents like "Sushi", "Tomato," "Chocolate Chip Cookie," and even "Dirt." His latest venture is CB I Hate Perfume, his shop out in Williamsburg where he continues to offer an alternative to all the noxious, alcohol-based perfumes he despises (hence the amusing name). Customers set up appointments to meet with Christopher in person, where he custom blends you a fragrance. More >>

  • Cha Cha

    Cha Cha's House of Ill Repute

    68 Jay St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    212-420-7450

    http://www.chachashouse.com Although her hats also come in bold pinks and oranges, designer Dina Pisani, alias Cha Cha, favors the gothic lookablack top hats with leggy, sterling spiders, or a mysterious fedora, with an antique feather placed on one side. Her hats are small and jaunty, often tipped over one eye, like those found in the 1920s and a30s. Just donat hold it against her that Britney Spears has been seen around town, and in Rolling Stone, wearing one of her numbers. More >>

  • Chawan

    115 Grand St. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-384-4424

    Ikebana, the ancient art of Japanese flower arrangement, emphasizes composition as much as color. From her tiny Chawan storefront on Grand Street, Masae Yoshino custom-creates strange and beautiful bouquets that mix bells of Ireland, green-centered daisies and lucky bamboo, or alstramaria with the humble clover Gomphrena globosa (here known by its Japanese name, A Thousand Days of Red). Bring your own vase, whisper your humble budget in her ear and wait for inspiration to strike. More >>

  • Chelsea Garden Center

    444 Van Brunt St. New York, NY 11231
    212-727-7100

    http://www.chelseagardencenter.com

  • Chrysanthemum: Rare Teas & Flowers

    669 Washington Ave. New York, NY 11238

  • Circa Antiques Ltd

    377 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-596-1866

    http://www.circaantiquesltd.com This placeaone stop on this legendary antiques stripaspecializes in 19th century American classical furniture and accessories; it's a nice, luxe departure from the tired, boring modernism that dominates most city shops. More >>

  • Circuit City

    625 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-399-2990

    http://www.circuitcity.com Circuit City has good deals on more mainstream CDs and DVDs; you can often find a Top 40 album here for $10. They also stock a wide range of consumer electronics merchandise. More >>

  • Circuit City

    369 Gateway Drive Brooklyn, NY 11239
    718-277-1611

    http://www.circuitcity.com Circuit City has good deals on more mainstream CDs and DVDs; you can often find a Top 40 album here for $10. They also stock a wide range of consumer electronics merchandise. More >>

  • Clayworks on Columbia Inc

    195 Columbia St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-858-9256

    http://www.clayworksoncolumbia.org Clayworks on Columbia sells cheap, relatively unexciting handmade pots, bowls, vases, and plates. Pottery is displayed in the tiny front of the store; the back extends into a giant workroom. Wheel and hand-building classes are offered weekly. More >>

  • Clemente

    Clemente's

    138 Ave. T Brooklyn, NY 11223
    800-427-0556

    Forget the lettuce, forget the tomato, and, especially, forget the mayo at Clemente's, an ancient Brooklyn hero shop that begins with a good Italian loaf, piles on the tender roast beef, still barely pink in the middle, then opens the gravy spigots and flows the good brown stuff all over the meat and bun. The sandwich verges on the fork-friendly, and you won't need to eat for at least two hours afterward. More >>

  • Clovis Press

    229 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
    718-302-3751

    Housed in what used to be a pharmacy, this minute store has a good collection of obscure political zines and books (published by places like Litmus and Autonomedia). Skimming is best done on the storeas signature furniture piece: a scuzzy, but sleepable orange sofa. More >>

  • Cog & Pearl

    Cog & Pearl

    190 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-623-8200

    http://www.cogandpearl.com Brooklyn's Cog & Pearl specializes in the stitched, the knit, and the hand-soldered. Nifty works from local artists include colorful cotton and felt brooches ($14 to $22), pinhole photography kits ($45), and chic handbags crafted from vintage automobile fabrics ($80 to $120). There's also a countertop complement of swell gift cards ($3 to $6), DIY embroidery sets in Country Cool or Gothic Garden patterns ($3), and vaguely naughty Edward Muybridge flip books ($4). More >>

  • Collections

    16 Wilson Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11237
    910-512-0586

    http://collectionsbk.tumblr.com

  • Community Discount Bookstore

    212 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-834-9494

    Far, far past charmingly messy, this all-purpose used bookstore looks on the verge of nervous breakdown. Although the store has been open for more than 18 years, there are more novels in boxes than on shelves. Books are piled so high on the cashieras desk itas impossible to see the person ringing you up. More >>

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