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  • Barnes & Noble

    Barnes & Noble

    33 E. 17th St. New York, NY 10003

  • Best Buy

    2 Union Square E. New York, NY 10003

  • Decadance Records

    238 E. 6th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-477-9523 This little DJ store in the East Village trades in 12-inches of glossy house, dark, energetic tech and tribal, and smooth, gooey progressive trance. The place is quite literally a hole in the wall; the selection isn't massive, and the air is a little musty. More >>

  • Filene's Basement

    4 Union Square S. New York, NY 10003

    At Christmas time, you will not be uplifted to look into the glazed eyes of shoppers slumping up the escalator of this gigantic, mall-like aoff-pricea store. Here, shopping is work a there is a lot of crappola to wade through before laying your hands on something good. But if you hang in there, it can happen for you. It is an especially useful resource if you happen to be burdened with a constantly changing, hormonal monstrosity in the form of a teenaged girl a the ground level does a decent impersonation of Urban Outfitters with friendlier prices. For grown-ups, the best bets are often the less obvious designer items like shearling gloves for $20. Because, yeah, you could get a Versace purse for $150 instead of $450, but thatas because itas miniscule and heinous. More >>

  • Gallagher's Paper Collectibles

    126 E. 12th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-473-2404 Where do slick books go when they die? To this morgue, which houses stacks of 1920s Vogues, ancient Harper's Bazaars, and mid-century Playboys. Bonus: old issues of Spy. More >>

  • Italian Wine Merchants

    108 E. 16th St. New York, NY 10003

  • Jamba Juice

    Jamba Juice

    4 Union Square New York, NY 10003
    212-473-0232 Sure, you could be virtuous and make a smoothie at home, but washing strawberry seeds out of the blender jar is a pain. Most people are more likely to head to one of the New York outposts of Jamba Juice, a chain 750 locations strong that's got smoothie-making down to a science (or is it an art?). Jamba's variety of drinks blend fresh fruits and juices, like the Strawberry Surf Rider with strawberries and peaches, or the Orange Carrot Karma, which combines orange juice, carrots, mangos and bananas. Add a Protein, Energy or Probiotic boost to get extra nutrients for a post-workout refueling or even as a quick meal substitute. Finding your nearest Jamba Juice is a breeze on Voice Places. More >>

  • Lucky Wang

    799 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-353-2850 This chic Asian baby clothing line is sold at hip stores like Sam and Seb in Williamsburg and Calypso Enfent, but if you go straight to the source, you will be able to choose from dozens of colors and style of tiny kimonos, little quilted jackets, and adorable t-shirts with Chinese characters. There are also bags for mom, pillows, and small toys. More >>

  • Paragon Sporting Goods

    867 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-255-8036 Even sissy boys like me get a little thrill at Paragon; it might be all sporting goods, but it is a store, after all, and one of the city's best. The refreshingly un-condescending staff is only too happy to help you pick out whatever gear it is you need to finally keep your New Year's resolution. And many of the boots here offer sporty traction (like the North Face Greenland Zip for women) that will reliably keep you moving through slush and snow. More >>

  • Reciprocal States

    402 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10009

    Technically, this is not a bar (wink wink), it’s a skate shop, and a good one at that. But Reciprocal has become the mecca for the silver-ball set. A rotating lot of 9 or 10 games is kept clean and brand-new working by the owner, who brings some of the games in from his personal collection. The space has recently been expanded to include a pinball arcade. A must, if not devised for getting that loopy, beer-fueled, third-ball gear going. More >>

  • Rothman's

    200 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10003
    212-777-7400 If you buy a suit at Barneys and need it tailored immediately, the sales staff will refer you to Rothman's, the old-school men's clothier on the northeast corner of Union Square. You could buy a whole other outfit here if you so desired, but the men to see are the tailors laboring in the basement. More >>

  • Staples

    5-9 Union Square W. New York, NY 10003
    212-929-6323 Like its rivals OfficeMax and Office Depot, Staples is a bland, utilitarian big-box supply store that stocks a bewildering array of reasonably-priced merchandise, from scissors to scanners. Tip: they sometimes have ridiculous deals on CD-Rs, so snap up a spindle of 50 or 100 the next time you're there. The furniture section is mostly tacky particle-board-and-veneer modular stuff and ugly 1970s metal filing cabinets, but they do the job if you're in a pinch. More >>

  • Strand Book Store

    Strand Book Store

    828 Broadway New York, NY 10003
    212-473-1452 In 1927 the Strand first opened its doors. It moved to 12th and Broadway over 25 years later, and there it has remained. The store is a true maze, with books strewn here and there and some sections impossible to find. There is almost no reason to even shop here. Absorbing the ambience is like understanding how a New Yorker lives. But buying things is always nice. More >>

  • Surprise, Surprise

    Surprise, Surprise

    91 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-777-0990 If you are feeling like you have lost muscle tone, start shelling out for flimsy furniture at Surprise, Surprise. Haul it home, work to assemble it, and use it in the intended way. (If it's a chair, sit in it.) Then, the furniture will start barking at you like some sort of crazy physical trainer: "Surprise! I'm broken! Won't you transport me back from whence I came to replace me with another snazzy furniture item that will also malfunction?" (Sixth-floor walk-up apartment not included, but highly recommended.) More >>

  • Tracie Martyn

    59 5th Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-206-9333 Tracie Martyn helps you (as long as you're a movie star) arediscovera your jaw line, cheekbones and upper eyelids through mild electric currents, misting (from an oxygen tank) exfoliation and all around pampering. Facials run well over $250. Martyrn sets up shop in L.A. in the days leading up the Oscars. More >>

  • Transfer International

    200 Park Ave. New York, NY 10003
    212-941-5472 Whether or not Transfer agets all its stock from models, fashion editors, rock stars and billionaires,a as they claim, they have an impressive selection of used but rarely raggedy Gucci, Pucci, Blahnik, Comme Des Garcons, Marc Jacobs and othersararely priced at more than $100. More >>

  • Union Square Greenmarket

    Union Square Greenmarket

    Broadway at E. 17th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-788-7476 One of the great joys of city living, the Union Square farmers market is the largest of 47 green markets in the five boroughs. Itas in effect Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, year-round. Some of the treasures are: unimaginable (if pricey) salad greens from Windfall Farms, tomatoes and herbs from Stokes, dairy in old-fashioned glass milk bottles and sheepas milk yogurt from Ronnybrook Farm, and the best apples from Red Jacket Farms. More >>

  • Vintage Irving

    118 E. 15th St. New York, NY 10003

  • Whole Foods Market

    4 Union Square S. New York, NY 10003