Places tagged Shopping

Place Name Neighborhood Borough
30th Avenue Market Astoria Queens Emporium of foods from nearly every corner of the world
4W Circle of Art & Enterprise (former) Fort Greene Brooklyn Women's collaborative store offering African-inspired goods
African People's Farmers Market Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn Thriving community-based farmers market
Al Cholo Bakery & Health Food Store Williamsbridge Bronx Antiguan-owned bakery
Arthur Avenue Retail Market East Tremont Bronx This indoor market in the "Little Italy of the Bronx" houses more than a dozen merchants
Artistic Neon Sign Company Ridgewood Queens Specializes in outdoor signage and brightens up the neighborhood
Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn The lower stretch of this wide tree-lined avenue
Barney Greengrass Upper West Side Manhattan One of the last Jewish delis, known for its smoked fish
Bleecker Bob's Golden Oldies Greenwich Village Manhattan Greenwich Village record store operating since 1968
Bobby's Happy House Records (former) Central Harlem Manhattan The first black-owned business opened on 125th street after WWII
Brooklyn Terminal Market Canarsie Brooklyn Central produce market open for business since 1942 and housing 33 vendors
Brownstone Books (former) Bedford-Stuyvesant Brooklyn African-American focused bookstore offering author readings/lectures, special events, and book clubs for adults and children
C'est Magnifique Greenwich Village Manhattan Friendly jewelry store carrying unusual items
Casa Amadeo Longwood Bronx Latin music store in the Bronx
Casa Latina East Harlem Manhattan The longest-running music store in El Barrio
Casa Moneo (former) Chelsea Manhattan Legendary and beloved emporium of foods and cooking accessories from Latin America, now closed
Columbia Street Red Hook Brooklyn A quiet street parallel to the East River
Economy Candy Lower East Side Manhattan Old fashioned candy shop offering local and world-wide favorites
Elk Candy Company (site of) Upper East Side Manhattan Beloved neighborhood candy shop, now online only
Essex Street Market Lower East Side Manhattan WPA-era indoor market
Flower District Midtown South Manhattan A collection of wholesale flower vendors located on 28th Street
Forbidden Planet Greenwich Village Manhattan Famous seller of comic books and graphic novels
Gansevoort Market West Village Manhattan Heart of the Meat Packing District
Golden Jade Jewelry Chinatown Manhattan Long-standing Chinatown jewelry store
Grand Concourse Bronx A grand boulevard traversing the Bronx
Guss' Pickles Lower East Side Manhattan Offers pickles made from scratch and sold in barrels
Harlem Record Shack (former) Harlem Manhattan Longtime Harlem record store
Indigo Cafe and Books (former) Fort Greene Brooklyn Black-owned bookstore, cafe and community space, now online
International Grocery Hell's Kitchen Manhattan Global imported foods storefront in operation since the 1970s
JCR Percussion High Bridge Bronx Source for specialty percussion instruments for Latin music
Jennings Street Market (site of) Crotona Park Bronx Market where charismatic vendors sold foods and sundries
K. Trimming Co. SoHo Manhattan Offers an extensive supply of buttons, pins, ribbons and fabric as "the world's trimming source"
Kleinfeld Bridal Chelsea Manhattan Historically significant wedding emporium featured on television
La Ferreteria Corona Corona Queens A hardware store in Queens
La Marqueta (formerly Park Avenue Market) East Harlem Manhattan Indoor market serving East Harlem
Liberation Books Central Harlem Manhattan Independent African American bookstore
Macy's Midtown Manhattan Historic department store
Mandolin Brothers West Brighton Staten Island Top-notch place to buy stringed instruments
Martinez Cigar Shop Midtown South Manhattan Makes and sells hand-rolled cigars
Martinka Magic Store (former site of) Garment District Manhattan Magic shop once owned by Houdini
Marty's Cool Stuff NoHo Manhattan Where once man's junk is another man's treasure
Mooncurser Records (former) City Island Bronx Important store for record collectors and musicians
Moore Street Market Williamsburg Brooklyn Popular market, offering Caribbean and Latin American goods and produce
Mott Street, between Grand & Hester Streets Chinatown Manhattan The second heart of Chinatown
National Biscuit Company Factory (former, now Chelsea Market) Chelsea Manhattan A former factory, now reused as Chelsea Market
Nkiru Center for Education and Culture Crown Heights Brooklyn African/American focused bookstore, formerly called Nkiru Books
Park Slope Food Co-op Park Slope Brooklyn The country's oldest food co-op
Porto Rico Importing Company Greenwich Village Manhattan Village institution offering coffee, spices and specialty foods
Red's Candy Store Parkchester Bronx A children's gathering place
Russo's Mozzarella and Pasta East Village Manhattan Has carried an impressive array of cheeses and pasta since 1908