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  • Rite Aid

    81 1st Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-388-9348 Rite Aid's recent partnership with lets customers order prescriptions online for same-day pickup. It also seems to allow for infinitely easier web-browsing of healthcare and "sexual well-being" products, as well as a better selection of beauty products than at CVS and Duane Reade.aZAPPIA OTHER LOCATIONS: 7 Madison New York, NY 10038 (212) 791-5795 408 Grand New York, NY 10002 (212) 529-7115 534 Hudson New York, NY 10014 (646) 486-1048 168 Montague Brooklyn, NY 11201 (718) 522-2991 501 Sixth Ave New York, NY 10011 (212) 727-3720 56 Seventh Ave New York, NY 10011 (212) 675-1697 87-89 Ave D New York, NY 10009 (212) 475-5315 516 E 14th New York, NY 10009 (212) 979-2455 More >>

  • Rockit Scientist

    33 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003

    Rockit Scientist is a hip-but-pricey record store that stocks a good range of a60s and a70s psychedelia, weird soundtracks, punk, and prog, along with some newer indie stuff. More >>

  • Rogan

    330 Bowery St. New York, NY 10003

  • Rue St. Denis

    174 Ave. B New York, NY 10009

    We ourselves sigh when it turns out that one of our favorite Avenue B venues, the Spin City laundromat, no longer sells earrings, but we recover as soon as we enter Rue St. Denis, a massive boutique at 174 Avenue B. Nestled among the seen-better-days trenches and beat-up motocross jackets we spot a triumph in nylon: a red-and-white, abstract-printed halter dress, made by and for the shop, that bears a striking resemblance to those droopy 1970s Ossie Clark frocks currently causing a stir at the V&A museum in London ($58). More >>

  • Russo Mozzarella & Pasta

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

    If you can't actually move to Italy any time soon, it's nice to know that at least you can have the simple pleasure of picking up fresh and smoked mozzarella, handmade tortellini and ravioli, and a hunk of Parmigiano-Reggiano whenever you feel like it. Why go to fancy schmancy "gourmet" stores and pay three times as much? More >>

  • Saifee Hardware & Garden

    114 First Avenue Manhattan, NY 10009

  • Saloni Threading Salon

    853 Broadway New York, NY 10003

  • Search & Destroy

    Search & Destroy

    25 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003

    Filled with a massive assortment of old T-shirts, studded belts, jumbo knit ponchos, and '70s punk iconography, Search & Destroy wears its flag of anarchic fashion with pride. Opened by a group of Japanese kids, the shop ranks just on the basis of how intensely its owners seek out those (once) subversive (now) collectible pieces that can make a look pop, from uncannily nicked leather jackets and natty fur coats to a perfect reproduction of an old-school Seditionaries tee. More >>

  • Selia Yang

    Selia Yang

    71 Franklin St. New York, NY 10013

  • The Shape of Lies

    127 E.7th St. New York, NY 10009

  • Sigmund Pretzel Shop

    29 Ave. B New York, NY 10009
    646-410-0333 For most Americans, pretzels bring to mind doughy, over-salted snacks sold at concerts and ballgames. Russian-born pastry chef Lina Kulchinsky (Bouley, Danube) wanted to change that perception when she opened her small, German-style pretzel shop in the East Village. Her pretzels are warm and perfectly chewy, seasoned simply with things like sesame, caraway and poppy seeds. If you're looking for something a little fancier, you can always try the cheddar-coated jalapeno pretzels or the gruyere paprika pretzels. Dipping sauces are free; choose from honey mustard, beet-horseradish mayo, herb goat cheese, nutella and more. During lunch, crowds come in for the sandwiches, split pretzels filled with combinations like roast turkey and gouda, smoked salmon and dill cream cheese, and roast beef with horseradish, along with coffee from Philly-based organic, fair trade roaster La Colombe Torrefaction. The space itself is clean and small, all white walls and tin ceilings, with pretzels stacked behind glass cases.—Keith Wagstaff More >>

  • Social Tees

    124 E. 4th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-614-9653 It's unlikely that Robert Shapiro ever set out to be all things to all people, but his business, Social Tees, is action central for T-shirts, bags, and hats with attitude and for (human) education and (animal) rescue. At any given moment, Shapiro is finding a foster home for an abandoned pit bull, feeding a monitor lizard, or filling orders for businesses as diverse as Artforum, Planned Parenthood, and Benny's Burritos. He can send your school a fundraising kit or even tell you what to do with the baby bird that fell out of a tree. More >>

  • Source Unlimited

    331 E. 9th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-7833 Kinkos is a fluorescent, electrically humming chain that generates mass anxiety and fits of hysteria. But sidestepping the corporate anarchy altogether is easy at the Source Unlimited, an independently run copy shop where long-haired male owner Santo has a magic touch on the buttons. No panic, no long waits. He's also a musician. More >>

  • St. Mark

    St. Mark's Bookshop

    136 East 3rd Street New York, NY 10003
    212-260-7853 Not as in-the-know as its reputation suggests, St. Mark's nevertheless has forged a truly independent personality without sacrificing democratic appeal. It boasts wide and insightful selections in most every category and is nearly comprehensive for lit journals and poetry. The remainders are diverse and often newish (e.g., DeLillo's Cosmopolis for $7.98). More >>

  • St. Mark

    St. Mark's Comics

    11 St. Marks Place New York, NY 10003
    212-598-9439 Jim Hanley's Universe has a bigger selection of new stuff, Cosmic Comics is more new-reader-friendly, and nobody's ever matched the long-gone Second Avenue Comics' pain-and-pleasure mix of vicious contempt for customers and flabbergasting bargains. A great comics store should have a certain air of mystery about it, though, and St. Mark's Comics is positively otherworldly. Where does velvet-gloved, iron-fisted manager Mitch find the steady stream of punkette clerks, almost none of whom actually read comics? How does the back room manage to jam every back issue ever into boxes too stuffed to flip through? What's the organizing principle behind the near-random but comprehensive wall of graphic novels? Who's got the disposable income for a life-size replica of Green Lantern's power battery? More >>

  • St. Mark

    St. Mark's Market

    21 St Marks Place New York, NY 10003

  • Street Level

    Ave. A & Houston St. New York, NY 10009

  • Strut of NY

    2 W. 14th St. New York, NY 10011

  • Sunrise Mart

    Sunrise Mart

    4 Stuyvesant St. New York, NY 10003

    Walk down the aisles filled chock-a-block with ramen, soba, rice crackers and countless varieties of miso, and arrive at the prepared foods section, where you'll find gigantic bento boxes, all for about $5. Each little compartment harbors a different treat. In a single bento box you might get a salmon fillet, brown rice, eggplant-shrimp salad, seaweed salad, gyoza and Japanese omelet. Avoid the tempura, which gets soggy. There are also a few prepared Korean foods, like pre-made pork bulgogi and banchan, Korean sides like kimchi and dried anchovies. More >>

  • Sweet Things Bake Shop

    Sweet Things Bake Shop

    136 Ave. C New York, NY 10009

  • Tabu Toys

    10003 New York, NY 10003

  • Tiberio Custom Meats

    78 Rivington St. New York, NY 10002

  • Tiny Living

    125 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10009
    212-228-2748 As gimmicks go, this one is actually kind of genius: a design store full of cool looking objects for a small apartment in the city. Manhattan dwellers, who work hard to lay their heads right next to a refrigerator, will feel like kids in candy stores when they step into this appropriately small space to peruse the collection, which includes mini juicers, collapsable wine racks, nesting tables, folding chairs, and so-on. Even if you have space somehow, there will be something you want here, and many good gift ideas. More >>

  • TKNY

    21 Ave. B New York, NY 10009

    With a large-screen window display transmitting various media, TKNY appears to be a gallery. Inside, various stalls resemble science projects, though they display objects for sale. By careful examination, I found a necklace that lights up, inflatable speakers, and Archimedes, a little green man in a bottle who I'm still trying to figure out. A store that makes me use my brain more than I am accustomed to when shopping is not entirely a bad thing. More >>

  • Tokio 7

    83 E. 7th St. New York, NY 10003

    In addition to a mammoth selection of Kewpie dolls, this highly-edited consignment shop sells splashy, theatrical shoes and clothes by Theory, Tocca, Diane von Furstenberg and others. More >>

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