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  • Roberta Freymann

    If Auntie Mame had a store, it would be this vibrant Upper East Side boutique, which designer Freymann fills with women's and children's clothing, ... More
  • Save Venice Book Party

  • Sean Kelly

    Sean Kelly is probably what you think of when you imagine a Chelsea art gallery: an open, 7,000-square-foot space with polished concrete floors, wh... More
  • September Wines & Spirits

    Quality over quantity is the ruling principle at this diminutive wine shop, opened in late 2005 by husband-and-wife team Steve Flynn and Shelly McC... More
  • Shakespeare & Co.

    Those who prefer the coziness and atmosphere of independent bookstores over the “big box” ones should check out Shakespeare & Co. Booksellers at 71... More
  • Sherry-Lehmann

    From a case of Domaine Bouchard Volnay 1er Cru to a double magnum of Perrier-Jouet, Sherry-Lehmann has it all. Open since 1936, the shop's prices a... More
  • Smith & Mills

    Housed inside a renovated horse stable in Tribeca, Smith & Mills is an urban bar with a vintage, industrial feel. The small space, which has only t... More
  • Spiegeltent

    In summer, the hottest neo-burlesque revue is at the 350-seat Spiegeltent, under the Brooklyn Bridge. More
  • Staten Island Ferry

    Runs 24 hours a day, with departures every 15 minutes during peak times and every 30 to 60 minutes during off-peak hours.   The historic ferry serv... More
  • Studio Museum in Harlem

    Opened in 1968 in a rented loft at Fifth Avenue and 125th Street, the Studio Museum in Harlem has long been showcasing the works of artists of Afri... More
  • Sugar Sweet Sunshine

    Sugar Sweet Sunshine: the name sounds like the title of a 70’s pop song, and this Lower East Side bakery has a vibe to match. Established by self-t... More
  • Sunrise Mart

    Part supermarket and part community center for the ever-increasing Japanese population in the famously diverse East Village, Sunrise Market is a ve... More

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