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  • Jonathan Adler

    "Your home should be like a good dose of Zoloft" is a witticism that graces the walls of one of the irreverent potter-slash-designer's newest shops... More
  • Larry Lawrence

    The atmosphere recalls an outsized Finnish sauna, with acres of glowing pine and a glass-enclosed deck. The crowd, most nights, is just as attracti... More
  • Layla

    Like a closet out of The Arabian Nights, this boutique is stocked with hand-loomed, Indian-inspired textiles and antique jewelry. More
  • Mafalda

    Looking for a circa-1970 handmade Mexican wedding gown or a lightly used Bottega Veneta clutch? Former model and fashion buyer Christina Kolbe sell... More
  • Marlow & Daughters

    A bright blue exterior with large windows displays what this gourmet market is most recognized for: a traditional butchery specializing in locally ... More
  • Matter

    The housewares here range from kitschy items like Piet Houtenbos's infamous grenade lamp to diminutive, high-concept products from other esteemed d... More
  • MCU Park

    Built in 2001 as part of the revitalization effort of Coney Island, this 7,500-seat stadium next to the ocean serves many purposes beyond hosting t... More
  • Moon River Chattel

    In a borough littered with beautiful old buildings, these architectural-salvage specialists sell an impressive range of hard-to-find fixtures and h... More
  • One Girl Cookies

    A retro dessert parlor with cookies named after the owner’s relatives, and whoopee pies made of cream cheese and pumpkin cake. More
  • Otte

    Once you get past the staff⤙s haughty (decidedly non-Brooklyn) attitude, you'll find racks upon racks of flirty Vanessa Bruno, Ulla Johnson, and ... More
  • Peter Pan Donut & Pastry Shop

    Looking for the ultimate ice cream sandwich? Look no further. This modest-size Polish bakery, in Brooklyn’s Greenpoint neighborhood, will slice a d... More
  • Primorski

    Funniest club in the borough?Definitely. This glitzy, schmaltzy, Russian-Georgian supper club hosts a nightly bacchanal replete with dinner, disco ... More
  • Red Hook Soccer Fields

    13 vendors sell Honduran tacos, Mexican huaraches, Ecuadoran ceviche, and other delicious treats to spectators and players alike (a semi-pro league... More
  • Sahadi’s

    A Brooklyn fixture since 1948, this Middle Eastern and Mediterranean market has a wide selection of picnic-ready prepared foods, including luscious... More
  • Sesame Letterpress

    In the northern Brooklyn neighborhood of DUMBO, this boutique letterpress printing studio is operated by husband and wife team Matt Heindl and Brec... More

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