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  • Hot Bread Kitchen

    Located in East Harlem, Hot Bread Kitchen is a nonprofit organization that teaches low-income women how to launch and run a food business. In order... More
  • Houndstooth

    A great vintage store for blazers More
  • Hudson River Park

    Sprawling along the Hudson River, this impressive park has tennis courts, skateparks, picnic houses, mini golf, beach volleyball and more. At Hudso... More
  • Idlewild Books

    Named after the original New York International Airport, Idlewild Bookstore was opened by David Del Vecchio, a former United Nations press officer,... More
  • In God We Trust

    Opened in July 2011 on Bedford Avenue right between the L train stop and McCarren Park, the newest location of this Brooklyn based company features... More
  • Ina

    Founded by Ina Bernstein, a mainstay in New York City’s fashion scene, INA is one of the city’s premier designer consignment shops. The store, whic... More
  • International Wine Center

    Located in the Garment District, the International Wine Center was founded in 1982 to educate the public on wine. The center offers four levels of ... More
  • J.Crew's Liquor Store

    Nope, this isn’t about J.Crew (the casual clothing store) branching out into brandy and fine old Scotch. J.Crew’s Liquor Store in the West Village ... More
  • J.Press

    Founded at Yale University in 1902, J. Press is known for selling menswear of exceptional quality. The 4,000-square-foot New York City store, locat... More
  • Jack S. Ezon

    Insider clout: A birthday get-together in Florence included a dinner set around Michelangelo’s David and a private viewing at the Uffizi. Years as ... More
  • Jack the Horse Tavern

    Graduating at the top of his class from French Culinary Institute, chef Tim Oltmans brings his skills to this upscale Brooklyn Heights restaurant s... More
  • Jack's Stir Brew Coffee

    The first certified organic coffee shop in Manhattan, Jack’s Stir Brew is now a small local chain known for its patented brewer, which stirs the co... More
  • Jacques Torres Chocolate, Brooklyn

    Established in 2000 in Brooklyn, Jacques Torres Chocolate makes bonbons, chocolate chip cookies, and hot chocolate. This real-life chocolate factor... More

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