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  • PDT

    Short for Please Don’t Tell, this East Village bar’s name reflects its speakeasy vibe. The bar is only accessible through the phone booth at the ba... More
  • Pearl River Mart

    SoHo's—and perhaps the city's—best bargains are found in this sprawling two-story Chinese emporium, which stocks everything from soaps and spices t... More
  • Peggy Pardon

    The well-edited, mint-condition The well-edited, mint-condition vintage clothing at always feels just right, particularly the garden-party frocks f... More
  • Pegu Club

    Tony, candlelit, and elevated one story above traffic, this refined SoHo lounge feels like the sort of place where two lovers conducting an illicit... More
  • Pianos

    One of the best indie-rock music venues to emerge this millennium, Pianos opened quietly in 2002 in a former piano store—the club’s current owners ... More
  • Pickle Guys

    Pickle love shines at this Lower East Side destination at the corner of Essex and Grand. Proprietor Alan Kaufman devotes nine hours a day to produc... More
  • PJ Wine

    Unless you live in the neighborhood, it’s a bit of hike to this Washington Heights wine shop—but you’ll thank your feet for it. Owner Peter Yi’s mi... More
  • Porsche Design Store

    Located on the ground floor of the General Motors building, this state-of-the-art shop sells high-tech gadgets and menswear inspired by the eponymo... More
  • Project No. 8

    A fashionista's dream (or just a cool stop-in), this avant-garde Chinatown boutique offers pricy goods all majoring in originality. The sparsely fi... More
  • Purgatory Pie Press

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } Husband and wife team Dikko Faust and Esther Smith explore the art of printing in their TriBeCa store Purgatory Pie ... More
  • Rare Vintage

    Located in a bright and airy space on 57th Street in Midtown Manhattan, this small vintage and couture boutique sells women’s clothing. Owner Julia... More
  • Riverside Park

    One of New York City’s eight official scenic landmarks, Riverside Park is a haven of natural beauty and recreation in one of the nation’s most vibr... More
  • Robert Miller Gallery

    The non-descript red brick facade of Robert Miller Gallery in Chelsea doesn't begin to hint at the eclectic art housed within. Soon after opening t... More

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