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  • Calypso Enfant & Bebe

    426 Broome St. New York, NY 10013
    212-966-5370 Jetting off to St. Tropez? Youall definitely want to make a quick stop at Calypso on your way to the airport. You can fairly feel a warm tropical breeze inside the store, and the tunics, linens, and sunglasses are as inviting as warm sand. Calypso is the little brand that could, selling basically everything: menas clothes, womenas clothes, swimwear, really fucking cute kids' clothes, hideous fragrances, underwear, you name it, though most of it looks just plain ridiculous worn around this particular island. This location is just for the aforementioned, really fucking cute kids' clothes, as well as some adorable blankets and toys. More >>

  • Disrespectacles

    117 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013
    212-608-8892 Remember when you were in fourth grade and it was nothing but heartbreak when you had to go get glasses? The tables sure have turned: Now the norms wish they had screwed-up vision (and some, who I won't name here, pretend and don fake glasses) so they could partake of the incredible range of styles at Disrespectacles. There are sleek looks by some of the industry's coolest innovators, and even some vintage pieces, for the true iconoclast. More >>

  • Dragon Land Bakery

    Dragon Land Bakery

    125 Walker St. New York, NY 10013

    The scum-soaked glass-top tables at Chinatown's Dragon Land Bakery each contain a fish or two, gasping on its last breath of air. There is something infinitely artistic about sitting in the windowed street-corner bakeshop, munching an 80 cent sponge cake, sipping a coffee, and watching a gimmick die before your eyes. Shared tables intensify the sweet intimacy of people watching as does the sugared air (the table inmate has no odor). More >>

  • Green Apple

    Green Apple

    202A Mott St. New York, NY 10012

  • Hollywould

    198 Elizabeth St. New York, NY 10012
    212-343-8344 It seems like they're joking, but just so you know: They're dead serious at Hollywould. Serious about fashion-with-a-capital-F, serious about shoes that look like something Barbie would wear if she ever mysteriously came to life. Proceed with caution. More >>

  • Iki Iki Gift Shop

    Iki Iki Gift Shop

    2 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

    Located at the far south end of Mott Street and hidden behind an outdoor sign that reads "Dragon Bazaar" is Iki Iki Gift Shop, whose Hello Kitty bed and bath products ensure that you need never buy noncute again. The angelic feline appears in various guises on merch ranging from adult-size T-shirts and pajamas to tote bags and umbrellas, while Chococat and the Little Twin Stars festoon CD holders and stationery. More >>

  • Kam Man Food Products

    200 Canal New York, NY 10013
    212-571-0330 Vegetarians in search of terrors should make haste to Chinatown's Kam Man Food Products, where hungry shoppers can be seen nibbling on spicy cows' sinews. Besides doing a brisk trade in porcelain ware and ginseng varietals, Kam Man stocks a multitude of Asian groceries and prepared foods: Gourmets in search of Mt. Ali Grass Jelly ("It's jelly for your belly"), lotus root starch, whole dried scallops, or fresh Singapore noodles and sweet-and-sour chickens' feet will not leave empty-handed. More >>

  • MoMo Falana

    237 Centre St. New York, NY 10013
    212-979-9595 At MoMo FaLana, the sensibility may be raffish but the tariffs are high and the clienteleaBritney Spears, Rob Thomas, and Uma Thurman among themadownright illustrious. This is as glamorous as Avenue A gets, with a slick store that would be at home on Madison Avenue and a stock of dramatic tie-dyed frocks, shirts, and lingerie dresses that exude a Janis Joplin-meets-Jean Harlow air. More >>

  • Objets Du Désir

    241 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012
    212-334-9727 Where goths shop when they have money. Objets Du DA(c)sir is laid out like a gallery where every artists's jewelry is separated into its own plexiglass case, and the emphasis is on the sinisterly upscale (if you can envision that): look for sterling-silver skeleton earrings; biomorphic, spindley necklaces in 14K gold; and rings shaped like car parts. Prices hover between $100-$300, depending on the piece. More >>

  • Opening Ceremony

    35 Howard St. New York, NY 10013
    212-219-2688 The unconventional store/gallery Opening Ceremony devotes its space to promoting international designers from one country per year. Look for road-less-traveled pieces from designers like Hussein Chalayan. More >>

  • Piemonte Ravioli Co.

    190 Grand St. New York, NY 10013
    212-226-0475 Of all the Little Italy food stores, Piemonte Ravioli Co. feels the most like neighborhood food shopping in Italy. Thereas no perceivable tourist-motivated decorating going on here. It is small, with a very old tile floor (the shop has been there since 1920), simple shelving, and a counter with tons of fresh, house-made pasta behind it in plastic to-go containers. The list of shapes and fillings is longer than this listing, but some specialties are ravioli (cheese and meat), other stuffed pasta like manicotti, tortellini, and stuffed shells, and liguine allauovo. They use no preservatives, so ideally these pastas should be purchased the day you plan to eat them. Freeze them if you are not going to make them within two days. More >>

  • Shing Hing Trading Corp.

    139 Mott St. New York, NY 10013

    Buying crappy, overpriced vegetables at the supermarket is inexcusable when you live in New York City and could stop buy a vegetable stand like this. There is not a bruised long bean, a crumpled watercress leaf, or an abused finger of ginger in sight. The chive flowers could as well be in a vase, but they are too tasty. In addition, the prices are low and the guys who work there will tell you how to cook potato leaves if youare not yet familiar. More >>

  • Shoe


    247 Mulberry St. New York, NY 10012

  • Sun Hung Lee

    79 Bayard St. New York, NY 10013

    An excellent source for produce at great prices. Look for Asian veggies especially, but reliable for many more common items at better prices and fresher than your supermarket. More >>

  • Tai Pan Bakery

    194 Canal St. New York, NY 10013
    212-732-2222 There is no better on-the-run snack than a pork bun. At Taipan you will find a perfect shiny dome of sweet, crimson, oniony, pork that will energize and spiritually uplift you for under a dollar. For $1.75, wash it down with an aiced coffee with teaa, which is as it sounds: half coffee, half tea, plus approximately half cream plus half sugar. In addition to the quick fix, they also specialize in cakes to order and have a wide selection of toast, such as aCold Butter and Hot Breada, as well as innovations like aSpecial Taste Mixed Hot Doga. See website for other locations. More >>

  • Udom Corporation

    81 Bayard St. New York, NY 10013

    One of very few exhaustive markets for Thai, Indonesian, and Vietnamese grocery items in Manhattan, this tiny place, which has been around for almost 30 years, has everything you'll need to take your kitchen to authentic East Asian cookingano need for substitutions. More >>

  • Urban Archaeology

    143 Franklin St. New York, NY 10013
    212-431-4646 This company started as an architectural salvageaand they continue as such, offering truly show-stopping pieces salvaged from many architectural wonders that have sadly met their doom. They also create a line of accessories and hardware inspired by classic, antique design that really puts Restoration Hardware in its place. More >>

  • Vivienne Tam

    40 Mercer St. New York, NY 10013
    212-966-2398 Vivienne Tam sells slinky, intricately cut dressesaoften patterned with Chinese insignia like a delicate piece of wallpaper. More >>

  • White Furniture

    85 White St. New York, NY 10013
    212-966-6711 White on White is an appropriate name for this shop; the furniture they specialize in is the kind that looks best in a stark, modern white box. But modernism, which is the raison d'etre of this store, doesn't come cheap, nor do reproductions of classic furniture from Knoll and Herman Miller. More >>

  • Zero Maria Cornejo

    225 Mott St. New York, NY 10012
    212-925-3849 Cornejoas coats and dresses always come off as sculptural works of art; working in neutrals and the occasional splash of color, this Chilean-born designer makes the avant-garde wearable and the minimal, surprisingly not dull. Her Mott Street store is her only shop, although Barneys regularly stocks the high-end designer, a favorite of off-the-beaten-track celebs like Cindy Sherman and Tilda Swinton. More >>