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  • City Bakery

    With its towering ceiling, airy interior, and oversize baked goods, City Bakery cultivates an air of abundance. Known for its salad bar, prepared g... More
  • City Winery

    Part wine bar and part winery, City Winery was founded by Michael Dorf, also responsible for New York’s famous Knitting Factory, as a space that wo... More
  • Clic Gallery

    Founded by Christiane Celle in 2008, Clic Gallery primarily focuses on photography from both emerging and established artists. Located in New York’... More
  • Cornelia Day Resort

    This 22,000-square-foot self-proclaimed "day resort" on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue is stocked with decadent touches, like cashmere throws and butlers... More
  • Crush Wine Company

    An undulating, 73-foot-long wall of more than 3,500 wine bottles—displayed horizontally and illuminated from behind—serves as the focal point of th... More
  • De Robertis

    Founded by Paolo DeRobertis in 1904, the tradition of DeRobertis is maintained today by his grandchildren. According to the New York Times, to ente... More
  • De Vera

  • Death & Co.

    Inspired by the 1920's speakeasy motif, this New York bar is sequestered behind a large, wooden door. The interior provides the perfect chic atmosp... More
  • Derek Lam

    Combining effortlessly unencumbered minimalism with the subtle beauty of a polished concrete floor and curving acrylic walls, the Derek Lam boutiqu... More
  • Dinosaur Hill

    Window displays packed full of furry stuffed animals, wooden play sets, and handmade clothes draw those young and young at heart into this East Vil... More
  • Discovery Wines

    Amidst the tiny shops of the East Village, this wine and specialty spirit store that moved into new digs on Avenue B in mid 2011, has a vast select... More
  • Domus

    Taking its name from the Latin word meaning “home,” Domus is a small shop in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen that sells a selection of handcrafted h... More
  • Doughnut Plant, New York

    Mark Isreal has been turning out what can only be described as craft doughnuts from this trendy, Lower East Side locale since 1994, but the basic r... More

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