Valley Shepherd Creamery is Park Slope's only farm-owned cheese shop, selling single origin Pyrenees style cave-aged artisanal cheeses. Adopting Europe's old-world techniques, owners Eran Wajswol and Debra Van Sickle have recreated a European sheep farm and creamery in Long Valley, N.J.
SAKAYA (meaning "sake shop" in Japanese) is an East Village boutique offering over 120 different brands of premium sake from artisanal sake brewers located throughout Japan. SAKAYA fits right in on the trendy stretch of East Ninth Street between First and Second Avenues. Its understated design and . . . more
For the past sixteen years, Canadian born designer, Meg Kinney, has been designing affordable, ready to wear clothing for women. Meg is inspired by designs from the thirties, forties and fifties. Her mission is to provide a quality line of women’s wear that is comfortable yet fashionable and at . . . more
The Penine Hart boutique embodies the philosophy “Art is the icing on the cake of life, it’s how people live”. As a former owner and curator of a SoHo gallery space in the 90s, Penine Hart not only believes that art is essential in life, but demonstrates how the two can be set together. She . . . more
Visit the birthplace of Theodore “Teddie” Roosevelt, the beloved 26th President of the United States and one of politics’ most famous New Yorkers! Roosevelt is the only president who was born in the Empire State, and you can visit his birthplace in New York City’s Flatiron . . . more
The rustic farmhouse, built in 1697, is what gives the historical Queens County Farm Museum its landmark status. The Queens County Farm Museum is a 47-acre, working historical farm in New York City, with a mission is to preserve, restore, and interpret the site, its history and owner's lifestyles. . . . more
Located in a Front Street mall in the DUMBO neighborhood is Antique Boutique on Front, a small shop visibly brimming with history. The place is packed from top to bottom with intricate antiques and rich furniture, from detailed Baroque chairs to turn-of-the-century lamps dangling from the ceiling . . . more
Kimono House specializes in traditional Japanese shoes and clothing for both men and women. Imported directly from Japan are a wide variety of printed cotton summer kimonos (Yukatas) and beautiful vintage silk Kimonos - perfect to lounge around in after a swim or a bath. Authentic Japanese platform . . . more
Nespresso's chic and modern café serves up an assortment of varietal coffees and specialty flavors. Individual cups are brewed from Nespresso's premier coffee pods using their exclusive Nespresso machines. An assortment of desserts and lunch dishes are freshly prepared.
The Ink Pad is a paper craft lover’s dream. Filled with decorative rubber stamps, patterned and Moleskin journals, letter seals, stationery and more, this little shop in Greenwich Village is the go-to place for your creative needs. For those just getting started with paper crafts and . . . more
Back in the 80's, one could always find a sweet piece of art by a street artist to decorate a New York apartment. Street art wasn't expensive; it was fun. It was an open expression of an artist's view point to hang on your wall. Either you agreed with the message or you didn't. For a small . . . more
The enigmatic yet whimsical label Morgane Le Fay was dreamed up from the ethereal world of King Arthur. Floating dresses of cotton jersey, silk and crinoline that greet you in the SoHo boutique echo back to the magical enchantress that spawned the brand. The feminine collections, which are produced . . . more
In Cosabella, colorful, soft to the touch lingerie will fill your vision as undergarments are offset by white and exposed brick walls in its SoHo storefront. Dainty bralettes, sexy push-ups and lace and mesh panties are artfully arranged about the boutique and all beckon comfort. Because Cosabella . . . more
Thousands of sparkling vintage gems, costume jewelry and Lucite vintage purses luster from floor to ceiling in the glass display cases inside Deco Jewels. Sourced from antique shows and flea markets, the brooches, bracelets, necklaces and cuff links all date from the 1920’s through the 1960’s, . . . more
Maybe it’s their miniature size, but children’s clothing has always been innately adorable. The clothing at Makie is no exception to that, as the modest SoHo boutique is stocked with charming little items like button downs, striped nautical shirts and onesies for the three-month-old set up to . . . more