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  • Citizen: Citizen, Brooklyn

    This venue is closed. More
  • City Foundry

    Furniture designer Sohrab Bakhshi packs this space with everything from aluminum World War II military cases to vintage clocks, plus Bakhshi's own ... More
  • Clover Club

    Considered one of America’s 25 best cocktail bars by GQ magazine, this south Brooklyn watering hole blends multiple centuries with its exposed bric... More
  • Darr

    Taxidermied heads of South African Cape buffalo and other animals hang on the walls, before an intriguing array of antiques and found objects (Vict... More
  • Environment 337

    Young parents from the playground across the street come to ogle Czech glassware and mod ceramic vases like kids at a candy store. More
  • Eva Gentry

    Husband-and-wife team Eva and Gentry Dayton added some motorcycle chic to this minimalist, gallery-like boutique. Black and gray garments from Ann ... More
  • Golden Calf

    The Chinese and American antiques are unexpectedly high-quality for such a low-fi setting: the gritty margins of Williamsburg. Owner Natalie Vichne... More
  • Heights Chateau

    This wine and spirits shop in the Cobble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn is beloved for many reasons — the great lengths its staff goes to please its... More
  • Hollander & Lexer

    Oak floors, lacquered brick walls, and a sound track of gypsy music set the scene for Santa Maria Novella toiletries (originally made by Italian mo... More
  • Houndstooth

    A great vintage store for blazers More
  • In God We Trust

    Opened in July 2011 on Bedford Avenue right between the L train stop and McCarren Park, the newest location of this Brooklyn based company features... More
  • Jack the Horse Tavern

    Graduating at the top of his class from French Culinary Institute, chef Tim Oltmans brings his skills to this upscale Brooklyn Heights restaurant s... More
  • Jacques Torres Chocolate, Brooklyn

    Established in 2000 in Brooklyn, Jacques Torres Chocolate makes bonbons, chocolate chip cookies, and hot chocolate. This real-life chocolate factor... More

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