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  • A Cook's Companion

    197 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11201

    A Cook's Companion carries must-have kitchen items for the occasional cook or the obsessive gourmand, and still, the selection is not too huge to contemplate. Everyone should have a Le Creuset grill pan ($39.95), a micro-plane, and a salt pig ($15.95), a snout-shaped ceramic vessel just the right size for grabbing a handful, and also protects it from getting wet. The management gets real excited when talking about the silicone items they carry, like muffin pans ($9.95). aIn a few years, you wonat believe we ever baked with metal,a one woman told me. More >>

  • Cookie's

    510 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11201
    718-797-3300 A huge children's department store featuring a truly amazing selection of school uniforms. Check out the boys' cardigans and sweater vests, and girls' pleated skirts and jumpers. The prices are extremely risk-free. More >>

  • Crest True Value Hardware & Urban Garden Center

    558 Metropolitan Ave. New York, NY 11211

  • Cut Brooklyn

    461 3rd Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • D'Amico Foods

    309 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-875-5403 Brooklyn gal Minerva McNamara found the holidays vexing. As a party guest, she was much sought aftera39 soirees in 31 days, imagine! At least the need for house gifts would give her an excuse to sift for heavenly delectables at D'Amico Foods. For 52 years, locals have depended on this quaint Carroll Gardens institution for Molto Buono house blend dark espresso, Italian Pepato pepper cheese, sopressetta, vanilla beans, and Genmaicha toasted rice tea. Minerva McNamara, mangia, mangia. More >>

  • Damascus Breads & Pastry

    195 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-625-7070 Yes, of course Sahadi's is a required stop for Atlantic Avenue food shopping. That goes without saying, but one should not pass by the other, more focused Middle Eastern groceries on the strip. Get your bakes goods at Damascus, and be sure to go hungryaa fresh-baked spinach pie makes the best shpping fuel imagineable. And Damascus' is one of the best I've had anywhere. More >>

  • Dangerous Mathematicians

    394 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217

  • Darr

    369 Atlantic Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11217
    718-797-9733 Darr means "home" in Arabic. When people walk into this shop, they often say something like "I want to move in here!" It's not just the fact that there are beautiful things all around. It's that the beautiful things are arranged in casual little moments, with something extraordinary (a French glass bird feeder, $25) placed on something nostalgic or familiar (a cast iron griddle, $65). In the center of the store, some of the most decadent pieces are thrown together nonchalantly. A late-18th-century wooden table ($3,600) from Morocco is arranged with rolled-up Chinese ancestor portraits from the '20s ($350 each), silver lamps from the '70s ($550 for the pair), a samurai training helmet from Japan, circa 1870 ($495), a derby hat mold from the late 19th century ($185), and a taxidermy bird in a little cage. More >>

  • Debbie Fisher

    461 Court St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-625-6005 The jewelry here is so exceptionally lovely that a piece of wax string (a perfect bracelet!) costs well over $50 and itas still OK (sometimes). Necklaces and earrings (most in the $100 range) are all simple and tiny a flattering on a petite woman. More >>

  • Dekalb Market

    138 Willoughby St. New York, NY 11201

  • Delicacies

    639 Vanderbilt Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11238

    This new gourmet shop is a welcome addition to a neighborhood heavily reliant on a Met Supermarket for its cheese and bread, which are the best finds at Delicacies. Bread comes from Pain D'Avignon, and artisinal cheeses come in a range from mild (creamy St. Andre from France) to stinky (Stilton Bleu from England). There are the usual pitfalls of a gourmet shop, like more flavored olive oil than people really need, but there's also flaky Maldon sea salt, and the Met certainly can't compete in that category. More >>

  • Deliso Confections

    278 87th St. New York, NY 11209

  • Dewey

    Dewey's Candy

    141 Front St. Brooklyn, NY 11222
    718-422-1333 Warning: Knowledge of this store may be hazardous to your teeth. Opened in January by candy aficionado Alison "Dewey" Oblonsky, Dewey's stocks tons of great retro candies (remember Mallo Cups, Ferrara Pan's Atomic Fireballs, and Sky Bars?) as well as plenty of cool contemporary treats for the kids, such as candy tins that look like Wii controllers and the popular Grillz, a sucker attached to the back of gold teeth. Beneath a chandelier of whirly pops tied with colorful ribbons, you can dig through wooden barrels and gleaming glass jars of goodies of Mary Janes, multicolored jawbreakers, and every color of M&M. Chocoholics must go straight to the back for the Oreos and cake-batter balls coated in milk chocolate. Gift options include decorative flowerpots, pretty boxes, and silver buckets that can be stuffed with the candy of your choice (an excellent party favor is the "Dewey-tini," a martini glass of sweets for $10). Gummy fiends will love the huge variety that includes everything from gummy teeth to gummy sharks to something called a "Gummi Mexican Dinner," with a teeny chewy chili con carne (yum). Did we mention that Dewey's may also be hazardous to your waistline? More >>

  • DNA Footwear

    DNA Footwear

    133 N. 7th St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Domsey

    431 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Ever wonder what makes those hipsters in Williamsburg so hip? Wish you could achieve similar levels of hipocity? Well, grab your black-rim nonprescriptions and blaze a trail to Domsey, where you're sure to find plenty of cool stuff that you'll never see anyone else wearing. But a fair warning to those of you who think underwear and bras should have a "bin" of their own: You might want to stick with some of the city's fancier spots (like the Salvation Army). Sifting through last year's piss-stained pajamas to find a relic from the '70s is no walk in the park, but no one said being hip was easy. More >>

  • Dry Dock

    424 Van Brunt St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

  • DSW

    139 Flatbush Ave. New York, NY 11217

  • Earwax Records

    67 North 9th Street New York, NY 11211

  • Eclectic Collectibles & Antiques

    158 Roebling St. Brooklyn, NY 11211

  • Eidolon

    233 5th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-638-8194 At Eidolon (aideal imagea in Greek), almost all items are handmade and original. The store showcases shoes, wallets, hats, bags, underwear, and clothing designed almost exclusively by the owners (Yuki Ohta, Amara Felice and Andrea Fisher) and their friends. More >>

  • Emily's Pork Store

    426 Graham Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

    This neighborhood Italian deli sells the best fresh mozzarella in Williamsburg, and their homemade sausages, with flavors like garlic and fennel, grill up right fine. For people going all out, grab some of Emilyas flavorful homemade olives and marinated red peppers, before going through their dry-good section, with oodles of pasta and Nutella. Wash it down with the bottle of Italian antacids you buy on the way out. More >>

  • Expressway Discount Beverage Center

    223 Greenpoint Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11222

    Wholesale prices and free delivery in the neighborhood. Can't ask for better than that. More >>

  • Facets Jewelers

    97 7th Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11215

  • Fairway Cafe

    480-500 Van Brunt St. Brooklyn, NY 11231
    718-694-6868 The long-awaited Red Hook outpost of one of New York's favorite markets finally opened in May, and while there are those who worry about the gentrification of the neighborhood, it seems most locals were thrilled to be able to drive to the waterfront location and pick up all the produce, meat, fish, bread, etc. that Fairway is famous for. The store is huge (52,000 square feet) and housed in an amazing preaCivil War building that was a coffee warehouse. Thankfully, Fairway has not messed with the exterior. More >>

  • Film Biz Prop Shop

    Film Biz Prop Shop

    540 President St. New York, NY 11215

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