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  • 13th Street NYHRC

    24 E. 13th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-924-4600 The theme at this premium gym is aelegant Turkisha and itas evident the minute you step into the East Villageas NYHRCathe lobby is all about tile work and a Middle Eastern rug. Membership here gets you free toiletries like mouthwash and moisturizer and plasma screen televisions with Internet accessaall to go with your workout. But donat forget to alternate between the mineral whirlpool bath and Turkish rock sauna. What happened to the kids? Donat you remember? The NYHRC is taking care of them in the babysitting area. Marvel at the list of gym features but be certain to ascertain which ones cost extra. More >>

  • 20 Peacock

    20 Clinton St. (Houston & Stanton) New York, NY 10002

  • A. Cheng

    443 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-979-7324 At last, a tiny East Village boutique where the designer is selling real, proper clothes, not just tattered, reconstructed tees. Cheng's crisp, ladylike separates are as good as what you'd get at any of the city's best boutiques, a nice compromise between chic and cool. More >>

  • ABC Carpet and Home

    ABC Carpet and Home

    888 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-473-3000 Thereas some irony in the fact that this store is called ABC; almost nothing in here, big or small, useful or useless, could be considered basic. But it certainly is beautiful. The store itself is massive, the wares a hodgepodgeaclean modernist couches and "ethnic" tchotchkes and many things that look great in the store but might not look so great at your house. The carpet store, located across the street from the home store, offers just as extensive a collection, from elegant old rugs that would fit nicely in a stately English country home to sharp modern looks for the urban loft dweller. Cheapskates note: Both stores regularly host excellent sales, with substantial savings on a generally good variety of pieces. If youare just interested in window-shopping, definitely stop by: ABC Carpet & Home usually has the best window displays in the city. More >>

  • Acquired Taste

    220 E. 10th St. New York, NY 10003

    Almost named aShmattes and Tsatskes,a this tidy vintage shop specializes in happy-making party-garments like clip-on earrings, elbow-gloves and handwoven kimonos. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. More >>

  • Addiction NYC

    27 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003

  • Alabaster Books

    122 4th Ave. New York, NY 10003

    This clean, tiny 9-year-old store carries used fiction, philosophy, nature, and art books. Right now, Murakami, Kundera, and Bukowski are the best-sellers. More >>

  • Alpana Bawa

    Alpana Bawa

    70 E. 1st St. New York, NY 10003
    212-254-1249 Alpana Bawa is the rare talent actually able to make clothes that look "ethnic" without making them look cheap, or costumey, or like something you found in a noisy bazaar. In her hands, exuberant, ethnic prints look downright modern and desireable. More >>

  • Alphabet City Wine Co

    100 Ave. C New York, NY 10009

  • Alphabets


    115 Ave. A New York, NY 10009
    212-475-7250 This absurd mini-chain caters to those who just have to buy something, and fast. I consider this one of those lunchboxascented-candleablank-book stores that have sprung up all over the city, and I blame such stores for the abundance of faux-retro kitsch making apartments all over the city look like dorm rooms. More >>

  • Amaran

    109 Ave. B New York, NY 10009
    212-420-0427 We are reluctant to even darken the door of Amaran, the spectacular import shop across from Tompkins Square Park, remembering the sticker shock we experienced on a previous visit. And indeed, though the tag on a lovely Javanese teakwood TV cabinet reads $3,680, we are happy to report that there are also sequined flip-flops at $48 and insanely beautiful sequined tote bags for a slim $39. Even more encouraging is a basket of beltsasome embellished with beads, others sporting miniature conch shellsamarked down to $19 or less. More >>

  • Andy's Chee-Pees

    37 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003
    212-253-8404 At Andyas Chee-Pees, it takes a lot of energy (often, too much) to separate the couple of good items from the racks of mildly ugly clothes. During October, the store has a wide selection of vintage Halloween accessories and costumes. More >>

  • Angela's Vintage Boutique

    330 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003

    Don't go looking for that tongue-in-cheek western shirt no one else's got, or that pair of discarded Billie Jean tennis shorts whose brilliance remains unrealizedatill now, of course. Angela's specializes in frocks. Lady frocks, most from the '50s and '60s, still kept in pristine condition. It's ideal scouting territory for an unusual gown for a wedding or graduation party, though prices run from a reasonable $50 to a why-would-i-drop $250. More >>

  • Anna


    150 E. 3rd St. New York, NY 10009
    212-358-0195 The small-breasted and large-bosomed can at last see eye to eye (or, at least, areola to areola) when it comes to the blouses at Anna. Kathy Kemp, Anna's proprietress and chief designer, fashions flattering chemises in silk, gauze, and cotton blends. These feather-light garments, which range from brilliant buttercup and turquoise to more demure peach and cream, are finished with ruches, ribbons, pin tucks, and clever ties. The detail work, forgiving fabric, and adjustable necklines guarantee you'll be putting your best chest forward. More >>

  • Astor Wines & Spirits

    Astor Wines & Spirits

    399 Lafayette St. New York, NY 10003
    212-674-7500 Beloved Astor Wines & Spirits, which recently moved down the street to a massive new space underneath Serafina, now features The Study at Astor Center, a rather loftily-titled institution of higher oenophilic learning. (The Study features a classroom with special lighting to properly examine your wine.) Other additions to Astor Wines include 50 percent more room for wines and liquors; a wine-literature library; a room to store 500 of the more fragile wines at 58 degrees; a special organic-wine section; and what the owner claims is the city's biggest selection of sakA(c), kept at 40 degrees ("the way those wines should be maintained"). More >>

  • Atomic Passion

    Atomic Passion

    430 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10009

    Atomic Passion looks like a drawing by a compulsively decorative child, with plastic flowers, horseshoes, vintage mannequins everywhere and a sign on the front door reading aYou are Always Welcome Herea. Indeed, you are welcome to lose yourself gazing at endless pairs of vintage boots, pumps, and sandals. Perhaps itas a wispy Victorian slip, a disco dress, or a cowboy shirt you need. Itas all there, along with friendly advice from owners Justin Vogel and Gigi Elmes. More >>

  • AuH2O Boutique

    AuH2O Boutique

    84 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-466-0844 84 East 7th Street, 212-466-0844, More >>

  • Australian Homemade

    115 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10009

    Despite its sporty, futuristic-looking shops, and its name, Australian Homemade is like old-fashioned American ice creamasuper rich, creamy, and sweet. But these are modern times, and Australian Homemade knows that people care about whatas in it. They use all natural ingredients and make the stuff in small batches. They also make chocolates. More >>

  • Azaleas

    223 E. 10th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-253-5484 At Azaleas, nuptial bliss is confined to a pair of white panties that say "kiss the bride." More subtle but likewise ready for action is the plethora of thongs, all guaranteed to be comfortable, at least according to the shop's owners. (They're $13 to $15 each, which seems steep to us, but then again, what do we know? We still buy our undies in the three-pack at Kmart.) Still, delectable panties notwithstanding, there are other things here that remind you of why it's worthwhile to ferret out small shops. A pair of chunky yet gossamer hand-crocheted stockings, with an explosion of 3-D blue roses decorating each leg, elicits an excitement far beyond what one can muster for mere bloomers. "Someone just tried those stockings on!" the proprietress enthuses. "She looked awesome." More >>

  • Babies 'R' Us

    24-30 Union Square New York, NY 10003
    212-798-9905 If the toy is advertised on TV, itas probably here. This 45-year-old supermarket-like chain is hectic but thorough. More >>

  • Baby Mantra

    3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003

  • Barbara Feinman Millinery

    Barbara Feinman Millinery

    66 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-358-7092 Whenever I am in a purse frenzy, which is often, I go to Barbara Feinman Millinery to get a quality, stylish, unique purse (or two, or four). Some are leather and pricey enough to cause one to pause, but not so expensive that you'll feel like a fool when the season's over and your trendy purse is out of favor. Barbara sells purses that look like Marc Jacobs knockoffs, but also some so unique you'll never see anyone else wearing them. (Take that, Louis Vuitton!) More >>

  • The Baroness

    The Baroness

    530-B E. 13th St. New York, NY 10009

  • Basic Basic

    Basic Basic

    710 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-477-5711 A name so good, it bears repeating. Basic Basic specializes in only one item of apparel: the unadorned tee. Get them in any imaginable shape or style hereawife beater, crew neck, long sleeve. They also carry treasured brands like Petit Bateau and Juicy. (American Apparel is playing dirty, wead like to note, setting up a branch right next to this longtime Village shop.) More >>

  • Ben's Barbers

    217 Avenue A New York, NY 10009

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