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  • Sugar Sweet Sunshine

    Sugar Sweet Sunshine: the name sounds like the title of a 70’s pop song, and this Lower East Side bakery has a vibe to match. Established by self-t... More
  • Sugarlounge

    Cozy bar, serious cocktails More
  • Sunrise Mart

    Part supermarket and part community center for the ever-increasing Japanese population in the famously diverse East Village, Sunrise Market is a ve... More
  • Superfine

    Located directly under the Manhattan Bridge in Brooklyn’s DUMBO neighborhood, this former warehouse and popular site of wedding receptions offers p... More
  • Susan Shevlin

    With over 30 years of travel-savvy experience, Susan Shevlin is the go-to agent for those who want to journey to Australia, the South Pacific, and ... More
  • Sushi & Sake 101

    Hosted at the SushiSamba Restaurant in Greenwich Village, the Sushi and Sake 101 class is a two-hour class teaches students how to select sushi-wor... More
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  • Swindler Cove

    Overlooking a bend of the Harlem River in Upper Manhattan’s Inwood area, Swindler Cove Park is a relatively new five-acre park. Once an illegal dum... More
  • Swing

    Opened in 2009, Swing, A Concept Shop, is the creation of native New Yorker, designer, and globetrotter Helena Greene. The first to bring designer... More
  • Sydney Albertini

    Pregnant with her first son and less able to move around large canvasses, French-American painter Sydney Albertini turned to decorating the stock i... More
  • Taffin

  • Temple Bar

    This NoHo bar is known for its specialty cocktails and sleek design, which attract a crowd of young, urban professionals. Ideal for first dates, th... More
  • Tenement Museum

    Searching for a place to house a museum honoring American immigrants, Ruth Abram unearthed 97 Orchard Street, a historic apartment building that wa... More
  • Terroir Tribeca

    Far more spacious than the East Village original, the TriBeCa location of Terroir features a similar quirky wine list from sommelier Paul Grieco as... More

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