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  • The Frick Collection

    Pittsburgh-born, 19th-century robber baron Henry Clay Frick spent his coal-and-steel millions filling his opulent Fifth Avenue limestone home with ... More
  • The Future Perfect

    Opened in 2003, this furniture/home goods/design store/gallery serves mostly loft-dwelling New Yorkers and curious visitors. At any time, the sto... More
  • The Gutter

    This bowling alley on the border of Williamsburg and Greenpoint opened less than a decade ago, but it manages to transport bowlers to the Midwest i... More
  • The Mark Bar

  • The Old Field

    Owners Chris and Ros Baiz provide a history of the Fork's viticulture as they pour you a glass of their red Rooster Tail. More
  • The Orchard

    This Coney Island fruit shop carries the gamut of fruit-based creations, from platters and baskets to chocolate-dipped fruits. Daniel Spitz started... More
  • The Rub

    DJs at the Rub play only the best old-school hip-hop and pop jams, and the mostly-local crowd comes expecting to boogie ‘til the wee hours of the m... More
  • The Shop in the Garden

    With more than 250 acres located in the Bronx, the New York Botanical Gardens are the largest in the United States. On these grounds, visitors can ... More
  • The Stone

    Located in the East Village at the corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street and near a Mobil gas station, The Stone is all about music, pure and simple. A... More
  • The Strand, New York

    Located in the East Village, this quirky bookstore is known for its massive selection of used, rare, and out-of-print titles. Originally opened in ... More
  • Thornwillow Press

    p { margin-bottom: 0.08in; } Housed in the St. Regis hotel on Fifth Avenue is the boutique for Thornwillow Press. Started more than 25 years ago... More
  • Three Lives & Company

    Pulitzer Prize-winner Michael Cunningham called this "one of the greatest bookstores on the face of the Earth" for its friendly atmosphere and well... More
  • Ticonderoga Ferry

    The ferry has operated continuously since 1756. More
  • Time Warner Center

    Within its 2.8 million square feet, the Time Warner Center offers luxury living, entertainment, fine dining, shopping, a hotel, and business space.... More
  • Times Square

    Jam-packed with both tourists and neon, this famous area may be the city's most frenetic and chain-store heavy, but it's also becoming a worthwhile... More

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