New York City Travel Guide

New York City Travel Guide

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The Big Apple, The City That Never Sleeps, Gotham: whatever its name, New York City has something for every taste and every traveler. Read more: www.travelandleisure.com/travel-guide/new-york-city

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    Love vintage clothing but not the hunt (which, let’s face it, can be a dirty and disappointing experience)? Here, everything – from Levi’s, to graphic tees and Louis Vuitton luggage – has been hand-picked by experts in luxury, oldie-but-goodie accessories and inimitable, throwback style.
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    Secondhand and out-of-print volumes spanning every genre, from fiction and cookbooks to sci-fi and French literature, pack every inch of this bi-level book shop.
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    Eating lunch in midtown got a whole lot more fun with the opening of UrbanSpace Vanderbilt, a massive food hall near Grand Central. 
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    Get to the greenmarket shortly after it opens in the morning and you'll find a cadre of well-known New York City chefs perusing the stalls.
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    Three Lives is that rare thing: a charming, independent neighborhood bookstore with a supremely well-read staff. 
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    Located in the East Village, this quirky bookstore is known for its massive selection of used, rare, and out-of-print titles.
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    Head to Steven Alan's Brooklyn outpost for wearable designer clothing from the designer's eponymous collection as well as fashion-forward brands like 3.1 Phillip Lim, Acne Studios, and Comme des Garçons.
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    A partner to the Williamsburg Flea, this food market is open Saturdays in Williamsburg, and features some 100 vendors hawking both fresh food to eat and buy.
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    Since 1914, four different generations of the Russ family have owned this gourmet shop on the Lower East Side's Houston Street. 
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    This beloved neighborhood gift shop has something for everyone. 
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    Just a few steps from Houston Street, this purveyor of quality Japanese clothing offers indigo lovers insta-Zen amidst Soho’s otherwise husting streets.
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    The flagship boutique of fashion darling Proenza Schouler is set on the Upper East Side's posh Madison Avenue, but has a spare, industrial feel inside. Steel shelves hold the luxury brand's line of sleek bags and satchels, while concrete steps lead to the ready-to-wear collection upstairs. Downtowners, fear not: there's a second store in SoHo.
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