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  • 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
  • Jackie Rogers

  • 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
  • Jacques Torres Chocolate, New York

    Visible courtesy of the large front windows, the gleaming silver pipes and machinery of this Hudson Square chocolate shop are proverbially hard at ... More
  • James Cohan Gallery

    Distinct among Chelsea galleries for its decidedly international scope, James Cohan Gallery represents some well-known names (such as the estate of... More
  • Japan Society

    Founded in 1907, the Japan Society is a nonprofit organization uniting the people of Japan and the United States through its more than 100 annual e... More
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center

    The standout success within the controversial Time Warner Center Mall is the slick Jazz at Lincoln Center venue, largely thanks to artistic directo... More
  • Jennifer Wilson-Buttigieg

     Co-owner of one of the largest female-owned travel consulting businesses in the nation (Valerie Wilson Travel), this agent of nearly two decades h... More
  • Jill Fenichell

  • Joel A. Zack

    President of Heritage Tours Private Travel, Joel Zack specializes in tours of Spain, Morocco, South Africa, Portugal, and Turkey. For more than fif... More
  • Joe's Pub

    One of The Big Apple’s most respected and well-attended music venues, Joe’s Pub opened at The Public Theater in 1998. The intimate space offers gue... More
  • John Derian Company

    Whimsy and beauty are openly celebrated at this irresistible home boutique. John Derien's entrancing East Village shop is packed floor to ceiling w... More
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport

    Architect Eero Saarinen’s 1962 design is a lyric poem in poured concrete, all curve and swoop, about the wonder of flight. More
  • John Lobb

    Enter with reverence, for this is a place of art and master craftsmanship. “Shoes” seems too common a word to describe the expertly handmade collec... More

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