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  • PPOW

    This eclectic art gallery was originally founded by owners Wendy Olsoff and Penny Pilkington in the East Village in 1983. After relocating twice, t... More
  • Primorski

    Funniest club in the borough?Definitely. This glitzy, schmaltzy, Russian-Georgian supper club hosts a nightly bacchanal replete with dinner, disco ... More
  • Priscilla Alexander

    Known for: Her ability to match clients to the right agent among her hundreds of employees—a relationship she firmly believes determines the succes... 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
  • Red Hook Soccer Fields

    13 vendors sell Honduran tacos, Mexican huaraches, Ecuadoran ceviche, and other delicious treats to spectators and players alike (a semi-pro league... 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
  • 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
  • Rockefeller Center

    The creation of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Rockefeller Center was born during the Great Depression and has grown to become one of the city's most vi... More
  • Rose Bar at Gramercy Park Hotel

    When Ian Schrager used his Midas touch to gild the much-loved Gramercy Park Hotel, he sure didn’t skimp on its first-floor bar, retaining the vinta... More
  • Roundabout

    One of New York City’s best vintage and resale shops, Roundabout sells vintage and couture items for 50%-70% off designer retail prices. Shoppers w... More
  • Rubin Museum of Art

    The Rubin Museum of Art is a collection paintings, sculptures, and textiles from the Himalayas and surrounding regions. The mission of the museum i... More
  • Sahadi’s

    A Brooklyn fixture since 1948, this Middle Eastern and Mediterranean market has a wide selection of picnic-ready prepared foods, including luscious... More

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