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  • Ekovaruhuset, House of Organic

    This pocket-size Swedish outpost is the source for international labels like Veja, which makes organic canvas sneakers with Amazonian-rubber soles. More
  • El Jardin del Paraíso

    Located in the East Village on Fifth St. between Aves. C and D, El Jardin del Paraíso was created in the early 1980s after nearly a dozen tenement ... More
  • Eldridge Street Synagogue

    Meticulously restored over the last 20 years, this beloved Moorish Revival landmark on the Lower East Side spans three centuries of New York City a... More
  • Ellis Island

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } See America through the eyes of the 12 million immigrants that entered through Ellis Island. A highlight of the muse... More
  • Environment 337

    Young parents from the playground across the street come to ogle Czech glassware and mod ceramic vases like kids at a candy store. More
  • Espasso

    Espasso sells contemporary, art-deco inspired furniture with a Brazilian influence. While São Paulo native Carlos Junqueira opened the store in 200... More
  • Estella

    If you love truly unique children’s threads that haven't been mass-produced and shipped to just about every major retailer, check out Estella betwe... More
  • Eva Gentry

    Husband-and-wife team Eva and Gentry Dayton added some motorcycle chic to this minimalist, gallery-like boutique. Black and gray garments from Ann ... More
  • Exhale Spa

    Exhale Spa is located in Hotel Gansevoort in the Meatpacking District. Covering 5,000 square feet, the spa is known for its Core Fusion program,... More
  • F.A.O. Schwarz

    Though F.A.O. Schwarz came to Manhattan in 1870 (making it the oldest toy store in the city), the famous Midtown East location on Fifth Ave. didn’t... More
  • Fay Da Bakery

    When was the last time you could buy anything for cents in New York? Head to the Fay Da Bakery in Chinatown and you’ll have the chance. If the affo... More
  • Fig

    A 19th-century cabinet of curiosities, with European antiques and packable objets for the home, like a French nutcracker or a Syrian chess set. More
  • Film Forum

    It's not the ambiance that brings crowds to this art-house cinema in the West Village—the seats are rock-hard and undersized and the facility years... More
  • Flatiron Lounge

    The Flatiron Lounge is the product of the creative union between the owners of New York’s Zinc Bar and San Francisco’s Red Room and expert cocktail... More

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