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  • Matter

    The housewares here range from kitschy items like Piet Houtenbos's infamous grenade lamp to diminutive, high-concept products from other esteemed d... More
  • Matthew Marks Gallery

    A pioneer in the Chelsea art scene, Matthew Marks has acquired through the years 16,000 square feet of exhibit space, encompassing four galleries a... More
  • Mayahuel

    Named for the goddess of the agave plant, Mayahuel in the East Village offers a mix of traditional and modern Mexican cuisine and fine mescals and ... More
  • Maysles Cinema

    If you are a fan of documentaries, the Maysles Cinema more than delivers. Founded by Albert Maysles, who with his late brother made non-fiction fil... More
  • MCU Park

    Built in 2001 as part of the revitalization effort of Coney Island, this 7,500-seat stadium next to the ocean serves many purposes beyond hosting t... More
  • Meg Cohen Design Shop

    Vibrant and youthful, this small SoHo shop sells colorful knitted garments from eponymous designer Meg Cohen, as well as an eclectic variety of han... More
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art

    One of the world's great museums, this Gothic Revival labyrinth tries to be all things to all art lovers—and with its expansion over the past two d... More
  • Metropolitan Opera

    Now in its 128th season, the Metropolitan Opera is located inside New York’s Lincoln Center, where it hosts more than 200 opera performances a seas... More
  • Michael Diamond

    Recognized by the Travel + Leisure "A-List" of the world's top travel agents, 10-year tour veteran Michael Diamond specializes in crafting non-stan... More
  • Milk & Cookies Bakery

    Evoking the comforting atmosphere of a home kitchen, this West Village bakery contains a fireplace, bright blue tiled tables, and glass jars filled... More
  • Milk & Honey, Lower East Side

    Installed at 134 Eldridge Street, near the boundary of Chinatown, a plain gray door with “134” and “M&H” in small stickers is the only indicator pa... More
  • Mission Fine Wines

    Provenance matters at this wine shop on Staten Island’s north end. Professionally trained by the Court of Master Sommeliers, the staff works hard t... More
  • Mondel Chocolates

    Established in 1943, Mondel Chocolates is one of New York City’s best loved chocolatiers. Popular with everyone from Columbia University students t... More
  • Monkey Bar, New York City

    Replete with red leather banquettes and low lighting, the glamorous and intimate Monkey Bar has a long and colorful history dating back to the days... More
  • Montgomery

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