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  • 29th Street Rep

    212 W. 29th St. New York, NY 10001

  • 33rd Street Book and Video

    155 W. 33rd St. New York, NY 10001

    A creepy two-floor sex shop frequented by elderly men. Videos and supermarket romances are in the front and toys, porn, and peepshow booths in the back. More >>

  • 7 W

    7 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001-8100

  • Acquedolci


    181 Grand St. New York, NY 10013

    This cute little Italian sandwich shop doubles as a Sicilian market for those looking for cheap, casual Italian fare in Little Italy. Absent are any of the kitschy Italian-American design clichés that mar so many other establishments in the area. Instead, the look is clean and casual, the narrow space outfitted with exposed brick, shelves of Italian groceries and a glass counter full of all kinds of breads and pastries. During lunch the place is crowded with people looking to scarf down big sandwiches like the massive Muffaletta (ham, salami, mortadella, provolone, mozzarella and olive salad) and the Il Siciliano (fried eggplant, ricotta, roasted peppers). Also available to-go are a variety of pastas like fettucine alfredo and ravioli, most at only $8 or under. Entrees such as chicken Parmigiana and shrimp scampi are similarly inexpensive. The deli also sells fresh loaves of ciabatta bread and baguettes, plus it serves espresso.—Keith Wagstaff More >>

  • AF New York

    22 W. 21st St. New York, NY 10010

  • Alan Rosenberg - Works of Art

    155 W. 20 New York, NY 10011
    212-989-4061 Overlook, if you can, the astoundingly dumb name, and the fact that this place is really a store, though it claims the loftier mantle of "gallery." What's a gallery, really, but a store? Nothing, as anyone who has watched Ab Fab learned long ago. Rosenbergaa highly qualified curator or proprietor or whatever you want to call himaspecializes in fine and applied arts from 1945 to 1965. The wares are temptingly displayed as they might be in a chic, Uptown home, as though you needed further temptation. More >>

  • Alan

    Alan's Alley Video

    207 9 Ave. New York, NY 10011

  • Aldo

    15 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-594-6255 Aldo specializes in inexpensive, attractive-enough shoes, the perfect thing for your first job or a night out in Jersey City. The womenas shoes are a bit more chic than the menas, which tend to be heavy and clunky. Theyare not particularly well-made, but they get the job done, and you get what you pay for. More >>

  • American Apparel Warehouse Sale

    766 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10010

  • American Eagle Outfitters

    40 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-268-9760 American Eagle Outfitters has done its darnedest to capture the same athletic wholesomeness that Abercrombie & Fitch bottles and sells, and at this point, the two are like Coke and Pepsi: You prefer the one you prefer, and that's that. It's worth noting, though, that American Eagle is cheaper by far, and their advertising is less likely to give you some sort of body image complex. More >>

  • The Antiques Garage

    112 W. 25th St. New York, NY 10011

  • The Asian American Writers' Workshop

    112 W. 27th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-494-0061 There's much more to Asian American lit than Amy Tan, and the Asian American Booksellerathe biggest of its kind in the countryais proof of the field's breadth and depth. Carrying the canonical, the obscure, and the emergent, the store also has a sizable selection of Asian literature translated into English. Browsers can hang out in a loft space with comfy couches. And when turning those pages gets you hungry, there's great Korean food in the nabe. Run by the nonprofit Asian American Writers Workshop, the store has an annual Midnight Madness Sale, when books sell at a hefty discount. More >>

  • Associated Cut Flower Co.

    Associated Cut Flower Co.

    118 W. 28th St. @6 Av New York, NY 10001
    212-367-7805 If you find yourself anywhere in the vicinity, it would be silly not to stroll down 28th street from sixth seventh avenues. Associated Cut Flower Co. is just one of the treasures of Chelseaas Wholesale flower district, and an especially good option for top notch (and low price) bouquets. Many in the ahood specialize in potted plans. More >>

  • Aura Wellness Spa

    49 W. 33rd St. New York, NY 10001

  • Aveda Institute

    233 Spring St. New York, NY 10013
    212-807-8634 Known the world over for their eco-friendly wares, Aveda operates several retail locations (and a handful of full-service spas) in New York. The gently fragrant and environmentally conscious line includes every conceivable balm for every part of the body, but the shampoos are a perennial favorite among men and women alike. More >>

  • B & E Quality Beverage

    511 W. 23rd St. New York, NY 10011

    Way out near 11th Avenue, this is what some refer to as "the supermarket of beers." With an impressive selection of about 400 kinds, they also deliver to anywhere in Manhattan below 100th Street. More >>

  • B&H Photo-Video-Pro Audio

    B&H Photo-Video-Pro Audio

    420 9th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-444-6744 Photographers and video addicts could disappear for years in B&H, the mecca of photography stores. The insanely stocked store has everything for the professional as well as the hobbyist, including a staff that knows the ins and outs of the trade. Sociologists should write a paper on how the store is run, and watch the green baskets, holding film and paper, moving along the ceiling. Just donat expect to spend your Saturdays thereaB&H observes the Jewish Sabbath. More >>

  • Baby Mantra

    325 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10010

  • The Bag Man

    The Bag Man

    261 W. 34th St. New York, NY 10001

  • Balenciaga


    542 W. 22nd St. New York, NY 10011
    212-206-0872 Taking a cue from Rei Kawakubo, whose Comme des Garcons opened a Chelsea outpost seasons ago, the old and venerable house of Balenciaga set up shop on a gallery-lined street on the West side. Somewhere along the line, Balenciaga became the place for hardened hipsters to get skinny pants and leather jackets, to say nothing of those bags, which a certain type of woman covets more than anything. More >>

  • Bang & Olufsen

    Bang & Olufsen

    927 Broadway New York, NY 10010
    212-388-9792 At Bang & Olufsen, TVs look like minimalist paintings, phones are slinky weapons, and the buzzword is acontrol.a Fetishistically sleek, these beautiful but expensive productsaalifestyle solutionsaaare designed to be the centerpiece of the home. More >>

  • Barber Barts

    17 E. 21st St. New York, NY 10010

  • Barking Zoo

    172 9th Ave. New York, NY 10011
    212-255-0658 While shopping for Roveras pearl necklace, be sure to stop by Barking Zoo, which keeps them in stock, along with sterling ID tags and beaded collars and leashes made by the Massai people of East Kenya. The shop also specializes in natural and holistic food for dogs and cats. More >>

  • Barney's Co-op

    236 W. 18th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-593-7800 The Co-op is to Barneyas what DKNY is to Donna Karan or Marc by Marc Jacobs is to Marc Jacobs a itas less expensive, and less dressy, and a lot of the time, hipper and younger. Of course, itas still expensive for most of us. But if you are splurging on something special, or enjoy $180 jeans, this is the place to go because they buy the best. In addition to popular brands like Three Dots and Diane Von Furstenberg, they carry many smaller labels like Duarte Jeans and designer Martin Grant. More >>

  • Bed Bath & Beyond

    Bed Bath & Beyond

    620 Ave. Of The Americas New York, NY 10011
    212-255-3550 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." At the Chelsea location, the gay male customer might just score himself a husband; there's at least as much cruising as there is shopping. More >>

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