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  • Smith & Vine

    Opened by Patrick Watson and Michele Pravda as a companion to their renowned Skinky Bklyn cheese shop down the road, this wine shop in Carroll Gard... More
  • Socialista

    The red-hot restaurant/lounge is from the owners of Bungalow 8, and resembles a louche artists’ salon in midcentury Havana. More
  • Soda

    Claiming the longest happy hour in Brooklyn (12–7 p.m.), this former 1930’s ice cream parlor just north of Prospect Park fills its cherry-red bar a... More
  • Sony Wonder Technology Lab

    The Sony Wonder Technology Lab, located in Manhattan, is a four-story interactive museum dedicated to encouraging visitors of all ages to learn and... More
  • Space Kiddets

    Whether looking for a robot or a rock T-shirt, everyone will find something to love in this surprisingly affordable, unthreateningly hip children's... More
  • Spiegeltent

    In summer, the hottest neo-burlesque revue is at the 350-seat Spiegeltent, under the Brooklyn Bridge. More
  • St. Ann's Warehouse

    Dubbed by Rolling Stone as “the guiding light in New York’s avant-rock scene,” St. Anne's Warehouse has commissioned, produced, and presented innov... More
  • Star Lounge

    Housed inside the Ritz-Carlton New York at Central Park, the Star Lounge is a posh hotel bar that serves cocktails created by famed bartender Norma... More
  • Star Struck Vintage Clothing

    Located in the West Village, Star Struck Vintage Clothing is a family-run business specializing in vintage clothing and accessories from the 1930’s... 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
  • Stinky Bklyn

    However playful its tangerine walls and funky signs, this specialty cheese and meat shop in Carroll Gardens is serious about its search for unique ... 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

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