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  • Chambers Street Wines

    Considered one of the most original, forward-thinking wine shops in the nation, this TriBeCa store was first established in 2001 by wine experts Da... More
  • Cheim & Read

    Originally founded in a small garage by co-owners John Cheim and Howard Read, this acclaimed gallery is now a 6,000-square-foot Chelsea landmark re... More
  • Chelsea Bicycles

    Not the place to pick up a $100 Schwinn, this tiny Chelsea bike shop (and gear-head hang-out) focuses on more high end options. Ground zero for cyc... More
  • Chelsea Market

    Chelsea Market is an enclosed collection of retail shops and restaurants in the historic National Biscuit Company complex at 75 Ninth Avenue in the... More
  • Chelsea Waterside Park

    Chelsea Waterside Park covers 2.5 acres at 11th Ave. from 23rd to 24th streets in Manhattan and includes a dog run, multi-use recreational field, b... More
  • Chelsea Wine Vault

    Taking up 10,000-square-feet of Chelsea Market, this wine shop was intended to be just a wine storage facility, but in order to lease the basement ... More
  • Cherry

    The boutique carries groovy clothes and shoes from across the decades. The real gems are on the second floor. More
  • Children's Museum of Manhattan

    The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is an interactive museum for children and their families that aims to provide children with a fun, educational e... More
  • Chocolat Moderne

    Known for innovative sweets, chocolatier Joan Coukos honed her craft of handmade, small batch chocolate making during a 2000 trip to Brussels. Uniq... More
  • Chrysler Building

    The 77-story masterpiece of Art Deco architecture and detail. More
  • Cigar Inn

    Boasting the world’s first Cigar Aficionado smoking lounge, Cigar Inn is located in the Midtown East neighborhood, and it’s easy to find if you jus... More
  • Citi Field

    Newly opened Citi Field features a granite, brick, and limestone façade plus a sunlit rotunda honoring Brooklyn slugger Jackie Robinson. A trio of ... More
  • Citizen: Citizen, Brooklyn

    This venue is closed. More

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