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  • Acme Pet Food Inc

    628 Vanderbilt Ave. New York, NY 10017
    718-789-8062

    Cat, dog, bird, fish, or rodent lover, Prospect Heights-ers are lucky to have this well-stocked, gimmick-free pet store. You can find basic, inexpensive essentials, as well as fancier, all natural foods and litters. And if you're a pet hypochondriac, there are even lots of pharmaceutical items for your best friend. When you're not brushing his teeth, there is also a small selection of toys for all walks of life. 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 >>

  • American Girl Place

    American Girl Place

    609 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    877-247-5223

    http://www.americangirl.com Little girls squeal at the mention of their favorite doll store, American Girl, a place that ropes parents in with its multi-ethnic doll collection and doll accessories ranging from snowboarder outfits to skin care kits. Each doll has a story written about its lifeaa story the store's young patrons often know by heart. The store begins to feel slightly cultish when you watch kidsa eyes glaze over upon entering this netherworld, where dolls can get their hair cut, take part in a fashion show, and are welcome to ateaa at the on-site cafA(c). More >>

  • Ann Taylor

    330 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-949-0008

    http://www.anntaylor.com/home.jsp Ann Taylor is a working womanas dream: attractive, well-made, and conservative clothes that would fly in almost any office in town, plus a healthy selection of shoes, bags, and jewelry. The wares here arenat the most beautiful in the world, but theyare not boxy and boring, either; sometimes you have to prioritize function over fashion, and to that end, Ann Taylor is a nice compromise. More >>

  • Ann Taylor

    575 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-922-3621

    http://www.anntaylor.com Ann Taylor is a working womanas dream: attractive, well-made, and conservative clothes that would fly in almost any office in town, plus a healthy selection of shoes, bags, and jewelry. The wares here arenat the most beautiful in the world, but theyare not boxy and boring, either; sometimes you have to prioritize function over fashion, and to that end, Ann Taylor is a nice compromise. More >>

  • AT Harris Formalwear

    11 E. 44th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-682-6325

    http://www.finetuxedos.com Offering archaic formalwear (spats, white gloves, and regal walking sticks) as well as stylish, up-to-date suits, this 115-year old shop has outfitted ten U.S. Presidents. All tuxedos are made with pure wool. More >>

  • Bally North America

    628 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-751-9082

    This venerable leather goods company makes shoes, bags, luggage, and accessories out of leather so soft you sometimes want to eat it. More >>

  • Barami Studio

    535 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-949-1000

    http://www.pluca4barami.com With seasonal fashion reports like aBanish boring browna or aFemininity is key for fall,a Baramiaa New Yorkabased womenas chainais understated, appropriate, and exceptionally normal. More >>

  • Barami Studio

    374 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-682-2550

    http://www.pluca4barami.com With seasonal fashion reports like aBanish boring browna or aFemininity is key for fall,a Baramiaa New Yorkabased womenas chainais understated, appropriate, and exceptionally normal. More >>

  • Barnes and Noble

    555 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-697-3048

  • Biscuits & Bath

    701 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-419-2500

    http://www.biscuitsandbath.com Although it no longer has a pool for dogsa enjoyment, the cage-free doggy day care center Biscuits & Bath has green fields for poochesa playtime, and they take the dogs on walks every three to four hours. The stores have grooming services, sell high-quality pet food, and also offer doggy adoptions. More >>

  • Bliss 49

    541 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    877-862-5477

    http://www.blissworld.com A caricature of rich New York, Bliss is one of the few spas that can get away with charging $100 for a facial. Waiting for your appointment is just as much an event as the treatment itself. The chairs are suede and supersized and futuristic; attendants serve complimentary champagne and wine. More >>

  • Brooks Brothers

    346 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-682-8800

    http://www.brooksbrothers.com Brooks Brothers is something that stylish creatures like to wax nostalgic about (aRemember when men wore hats? And pocket squares!a etc.) but the truth is that classic American dressing is alive and well, as a visit to this shop will confirm. The menas clothing is more attractive than the womenas stuff, a real rarity, and the boyas clothing is nothing short of adorable: teensy cable-knit sweaters, tiny navy blazers with brass buttons. Even if youare not an Eisenhower-era company man, itas likely that Brooks Brothers knit polos, dress shirts, and sweaters will suit you just fine. More >>

  • Caswell-Massey

    Caswell-Massey

    518 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-755-2254

    http://www.caswellmassey.com Believed to be one of the oldest American companies, Caswell-Massey has been dispensing its signature fragrances, soaps, and grooming essentials since 1752. Of course, compared to some European brands, that's nothing, but there's a reason the line has stuck around for so long: The goods are clean-smelling and nicely packaged, and, considering the glamour they bestow on even the humblest WC, a bargain. More >>

  • The Center for Fiction

    17 E. 47th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-755-6710

    http://www.centerforfiction.org

  • Christian Dior

    21 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-931-2950

    http://www.dior.com/file/prehome_new/index.html Certainly not for the meek woman, the Christian Dior flagshipain the LVMH building, one of Manhattanas most beautifulastocks the lineas weird, curvilinear handbags, grotesque, oversize jewelry, and of course, the clothes, expensive little follies every one. The menswear is a misnomer; most of it only works on skinny, 15-year-old boys, but itas all really nice to look at. More >>

  • Cipriani

    110 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-753-5566

    http://www.cipriani.com

  • David Saity Jewelry

    450 Park Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-223-8125

    Can't make it to Taos? Fear not: There's enough turquoise, silver, leather, lapis, and what-have-you here to keep you looking your earth-mother best without ever having to leave the island of Manhattan. More >>

  • Destination Maternity

    575 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-588-0220

    http://www.destinationmaternity.com A virtual megamall for expecting mothers' bigger-belly needs, Destination Maternity includes well-known clothing shops like Motherhood Maternity, A Pea in the Pod, and Mimi Maternity, gathered under one roof--as well as the Edamame Maternity Spa, for special pampering to ease expecting mothers through the pregnancy (facials, massages, and body treatments). More >>

  • Emilio Pucci

    701 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-230-1135

    http://www.emiliopucci.com It takes a bold woman to pull off a piece of Pucci; almost everything here, from hats and scarves to tops and gowns, comes in that signature, over-the-top technicolor Pucci pattern. The lines and cuts are sleek and flattering but it really is all about the print, a little of which goes a long way. More >>

  • Grand Central Station

    Grand Central Station

    Lexington & 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-697-1245

    http://www.grandcentralterminal.com Completed in 1913 and cleaned up four years ago, Grand Central is truly, um, grand. The clean ceiling and the newly restored Vanderbilt Hall, which has hosted a gospel choir competition, world fencing semi-finals, a play or two, and more, have added an ambiance that the unrestored terminal did not have. And, check out the market: an overwhelming sense explosion of gourmet food (chocolate croissants . . . mmm). More >>

  • Health Nuts

    835 2nd Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-490-2979

    Letas get this fake-meat party started, all you health nuts. This place is focused on soy alternatives to cuddly friends, as opposed to a Moby-esque vegetarian hipness. Like a good, dusty old butcher's, this place is cramped and lacking in afrills." And thatas a good sign. More >>

  • HMV

    565 5th Ave. New York, NY 10017
    212-681-6700

    http://www.hmv.com/hmvweb/home.do Like Tower and Virgin, HMV is a big chain record store with a sprawling selection. You will generally pay full price for a CD, but there are often great bargains and good sales. More >>

  • Horizon Window Treatment

    252 E. 50th St. New York, NY 10022

  • J. Press

    7 E. 44th St. New York, NY 10017
    212-687-7642

    http://www.jpressonline.com Wait, should we should just quote the official J. Press history? Let's do: "Perhaps more than any other men's clothier in the world, J. Press epitomizes the Ivy League look; traditional, expertly made, durable clothing and fine furnishings that define the well-dressed man..they have clothed Presidents, business executives, members of the entertianment industry, and those still climbing the ladder of success." Fair enough. But your $95 Yale-crest suspenders are still fugly. More >>

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