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  • City Bakery

    With its towering ceiling, airy interior, and oversize baked goods, City Bakery cultivates an air of abundance. Known for its salad bar, prepared g... More
  • City Foundry

    Furniture designer Sohrab Bakhshi packs this space with everything from aluminum World War II military cases to vintage clocks, plus Bakhshi's own ... More
  • City Winery

    Part wine bar and part winery, City Winery was founded by Michael Dorf, also responsible for New York’s famous Knitting Factory, as a space that wo... More
  • Clic Gallery

    Founded by Christiane Celle in 2008, Clic Gallery primarily focuses on photography from both emerging and established artists. Located in New York’... More
  • Clover Club

    Considered one of America’s 25 best cocktail bars by GQ magazine, this south Brooklyn watering hole blends multiple centuries with its exposed bric... More
  • Cornelia Day Resort

    This 22,000-square-foot self-proclaimed "day resort" on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue is stocked with decadent touches, like cashmere throws and butlers... More
  • Crush Wine Company

    An undulating, 73-foot-long wall of more than 3,500 wine bottles—displayed horizontally and illuminated from behind—serves as the focal point of th... More
  • DanceSport

    Founded by Paul Pellicoro in 1985, DanceSport is New York City’s largest dance studio. Located near the Empire State Building, the company offers m... More
  • Darr

    Taxidermied heads of South African Cape buffalo and other animals hang on the walls, before an intriguing array of antiques and found objects (Vict... More
  • De Robertis

    Founded by Paolo DeRobertis in 1904, the tradition of DeRobertis is maintained today by his grandchildren. According to the New York Times, to ente... More
  • De Vera

  • Dead Apple Tours

    Strange Factor: You don’t have to be dead to ride in a hearse through NYC. Drew Raphael, ex–marketing exec turned tour guide, offers tours of downt... More
  • Death & Co.

    Inspired by the 1920's speakeasy motif, this New York bar is sequestered behind a large, wooden door. The interior provides the perfect chic atmosp... More

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