Shopping in New York, NY

We watch Queer Eye for the Straight Guy a lot over here. It seems we can make time for about one hour of TV per week, and Sandee’s decided we’ll spend it with the Fab Five.

I’m sure the New York merchants featured in the show are expecting this, but we’ve started to keep a list of places we have to visit when we next go to the city. I’m posting it here for my use as much as anybody else’s.

The Fab Five.[url=]Amarcord Vintage Fashion[/url]
223 Bedford Ave
(718) 963-4001

[b]Chelsea Barber[/b]
465 West 23rd Street
(212) 741-2254

Innovation 34 St. (Megashop)
51 East 34 St.
10016 New York, NY
(212) 679-8300


The Fab Five.Innovation Soho (Megashop)
114 W. Houston Street
10012 New York, NY
(212) 780-95

[url=]Mr. Pink[/url]
223 W. 16th St. (Chelsea)
near Seventh Ave.
(646) 486-4147

[url=]Two Jakes[/url]
320 Wythe Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11211
(718) 782-7780

One thought on “Shopping in New York, NY

  1. There are a few more that you can’t forget, a few of my personal favs.

    Manhattan Portage –
    Great made-in-the-city DJ and messanger bags. Expensive, but worth every penny. Will last a few decades, easy.

    Katz’s deli (best) Carnige Deli (close second)
    When you want a few pounds of the best pastrami you’ve ever had. Go. Eat. Unless you are one of those people who finishes everyone elses dinner when everyone is full, share a sandwich. Haven’t tried the cheesecake at Carnige, but I am without any doubt in the fact that it is one of the best around. I mean, come on, its NYC.

    Corner Bistro, (212) 242-9502, 331 W 4th St, New York, NY 10014
    A place where you better not be anything but a carnivore. Have a burger, a local brew, and see why people like myself will make special trips down to NYC for this joint. Its that good.

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