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  • Castor & Pollux

    Formerly of Bergen Street in Brooklyn, this little boutique in the West Village is the creation of former interior designer, Kerrilyn Pamer. Recent... More
  • Cellar 72

  • Centovini

  • Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

    Part of the largest performing arts complex in the world, New York’s Lincoln Center, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) makes its ho... More
  • Chambers Street Wines

    Considered one of the most original, forward-thinking wine shops in the nation, this TriBeCa store was first established in 2001 by wine experts Da... More
  • Cheim & Read

    Originally founded in a small garage by co-owners John Cheim and Howard Read, this acclaimed gallery is now a 6,000-square-foot Chelsea landmark re... More
  • Chelsea Bicycles

    Not the place to pick up a $100 Schwinn, this tiny Chelsea bike shop (and gear-head hang-out) focuses on more high end options. Ground zero for cyc... More
  • Chelsea Market

    Chelsea Market is an enclosed collection of retail shops and restaurants in the historic National Biscuit Company complex at 75 Ninth Avenue in the... More
  • Chelsea Waterside Park

    Chelsea Waterside Park covers 2.5 acres at 11th Ave. from 23rd to 24th streets in Manhattan and includes a dog run, multi-use recreational field, b... More
  • Chelsea Wine Vault

    Taking up 10,000-square-feet of Chelsea Market, this wine shop was intended to be just a wine storage facility, but in order to lease the basement ... More
  • Cherry

    The boutique carries groovy clothes and shoes from across the decades. The real gems are on the second floor. More
  • Children's Museum of Manhattan

    The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is an interactive museum for children and their families that aims to provide children with a fun, educational e... More
  • Chocolat Moderne

    Known for innovative sweets, chocolatier Joan Coukos honed her craft of handmade, small batch chocolate making during a 2000 trip to Brussels. Uniq... More
  • Chrysler Building

    The 77-story masterpiece of Art Deco architecture and detail. More
  • Cigar Inn

    Boasting the world’s first Cigar Aficionado smoking lounge, Cigar Inn is located in the Midtown East neighborhood, and it’s easy to find if you jus... More

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