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New York things to do part 1 of a never ending list

Written on September 1, 2007 by mimecine

I really don’t shop since I am in KIOSK all the time during store hours and who wants to shop when you are surrounded by merch all day anyway…but I put down a few of my hot spots I go to for inspiration, necessities, or a gift when Marco complains we can not give presents from the KIOSK stock, will continue to add as time marches on…

For the best selection of clothing and odds and ends in the city, amazing eye, beautiful things, I wish it was my shop basically:
Project # 8
138 Division Street
New York, NY 10002
tel: 1 212 925 5599
Tues–Sat 12 to 7 PM
Sun 12 to 6 PM

My favorite general store is in Chinatown, hope it is still there:
no idea of the name
corner of Pell and Doyers
seems to be open all the time

Vintage cookbooks, I am way into food and cooking, she has an amazing collection if you are into it:
Joanne Hendricks Cookbooks
488 Greenwich St
New York, NY
tel:(212) 226-5731

After Dullsville closed, vintage toys, novelties, this and that:
226 West Houston Street
tel: 1 212 675 6850
–Soho west–

Vintage things, an amazing archive of Americana, this is where I worked during graduate school, a lot of inspiration in there, but get ready to spend, otherwise just look:
Paula Rubenstein
65 Prince Street
tel: 1 212 966-8954

Gifts, toys, fun stuff:
Daily 235
235 Elizabeth Street
NY,NY 10012
tel. 212 334 9728
Mon – Sat 12:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Sunday 12:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.

Used Books, I have found some great editions here
East Village Books
99 Saint Marks Pl # 1
New York, NY 10009
tel: 1 212 477-8647
–east village–

Ingredients from all over the world, hard to find stuff, good sandwiches upstairs, good to stock up and take with you, fair prices:
123 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10016
tel: 1 212- 685-3451
–murray hill, near 28th street–

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