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  • Malin+Goetz

    For over a century, Kiehl’s occupied a certain niche in the New York market: a European-style apothecary selling body care products under their ow ... More
  • Manhattan Plaza Health Club

    Situated in midtown Manhattan, this 35,000-square-foot health club is home to one of the city’s finest pools. Although the facility is best known f... More
  • Marianne Boesky Gallery

  • Mary Arnold Toys

    One of the oldest toy stores in the city, Mary Arnold was established in 1931 and continues to offer a great alternative to the bustling mega toy s... More
  • Matthew Marks Gallery

    A pioneer in the Chelsea art scene, Matthew Marks has acquired through the years 16,000 square feet of exhibit space, encompassing four galleries a... More
  • Mayahuel

    Named for the goddess of the agave plant, Mayahuel in the East Village offers a mix of traditional and modern Mexican cuisine and fine mescals and ... More
  • Maysles Cinema

    If you are a fan of documentaries, the Maysles Cinema more than delivers. Founded by Albert Maysles, who with his late brother made non-fiction fil... More
  • Meg Cohen Design Shop

    Vibrant and youthful, this small SoHo shop sells colorful knitted garments from eponymous designer Meg Cohen, as well as an eclectic variety of han... More
  • Milk & Cookies Bakery

    Evoking the comforting atmosphere of a home kitchen, this West Village bakery contains a fireplace, bright blue tiled tables, and glass jars filled... More
  • Milk & Honey, Lower East Side

    Installed at 134 Eldridge Street, near the boundary of Chinatown, a plain gray door with “134” and “M&H” in small stickers is the only indicator pa... More
  • Mondel Chocolates

    Established in 1943, Mondel Chocolates is one of New York City’s best loved chocolatiers. Popular with everyone from Columbia University students t... More
  • Monkey Bar, New York City

    Replete with red leather banquettes and low lighting, the glamorous and intimate Monkey Bar has a long and colorful history dating back to the days... More
  • Montgomery

  • Moore Brothers Wine Co.

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } Not the typical wine shop, Moore Brothers, located in the Flatiron District purchases bottles directly from small ar... More
  • Morgan Library & Museum

    Renzo Piano's cool, clean 2006 reimagining of this landmark yoked together its three disparate buildings under a glass atrium. And though there are... More

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