• Babeland New york (Other, Adult)
  • Babeland may be the first adult store in which you feel comfortable. Why? It's actually adult, as in mature. The store stocks everything from condoms and lubes to exotic motorized devices and good old whips and chains, but the best part is you’ll be more likely to buy than to snicker. Babeland has ingeniously replaced the inflatable novelties and creepy clerks at most adult stores with practical tools and a staff of friendly, knowledgeable… More info
    462 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • Pink olive New york (Children, Babies)
  • Some people are great gift givers, seeming to always know what will be greeted with a genuine smile. It’s a gift to the rest of us when one of these people opens a store. Pink Olive in the East Village near Tompkins Square and in Park Slope, Brooklyn, carries great gift options for babies, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and other giving celebrations. Owner Grace Kang is one of these great-gift-giving people and opened Pink Olive in 2007 after… More info
    167 Fifth Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • Blue apron foods New york (Food, Gourmet Shop)
  • Blue Apron Foods is a traditional, family-owned specialty food shop nestled within Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood. Your entrance is greeted with the rich scent of coffee beans and the warm aroma of bread, and as you walk further into the depths of this culinary destination you’ll discover baked goods, packaged sweets, and the impressive assortment of cheese and charcuterie that the shop is known for. The owner, Ted Matern, opened Blue Apron… More info
    814 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
  • Bklyn larder New york (Food, Meat & Fish)
  • So much more than a deli, this Flatbush Avenue treasure offers a dazzling array of top-notch delectable treats. Bklyn Larder's hand-crafted cheeses, pickles, chocolates, candies, cookies, pretzels, sodas and beers are created by the world's great comfort food artisans — many of whom live right in Brooklyn. Co-owners Andrew Feinberg and Francine Stephens run the nearby restaurant Franny's and teamed up with world-food enthusiast Sergio Hernandez… More info
    228 Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • Pony New york (Clothing, Men & Women)
  • Lynette Kirchner has never woken up and not felt like going to work. “I love every part of it - curating, merchandizing, buying, selling and styling,” she says of her Park Slope second-hand boutique, Pony. Kirchner’s enthusiasm and expertise are reflected in the color-coded racks that boast a hand-picked blend of contemporary fashion and classic vintage, all culled through a buy-sell-trade system that ensures a continuous flow of new pieces… More info
    69 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
  • Bird  New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Among Brooklyn’s most fashionable destinations, Bird’s inventory is impeccably curated by Jen Mankins, who began as an assistant buyer for Barney’s New York and worked her way up to become head buyer for Steven Alan. Bird, Mankins’ first independent retail venture, is inspired by her travels from Denmark to New Delhi. Phillip Lim, A.P.C., Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant, Thakoon and Steven Alan line the walls. As for shoes, look for oh-so-soft… More info
    316 Fifth Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
  • Superhero supply company New york (Other, Party Supplies)
  • The Superhero Supply Company may carry masks and tights, but don't call it a costume shop. As New York City's premier outlet for anti-gravity, truth serum, periscope binoculars and wall-climbing suction cups, the volunteer staff takes their work very seriously—even requiring all customers to recite the Vow of Heroism, in which one pledges to use their purchases for good, not evil. "That's how we weed out the super villains," said Scott Seeley… More info
    372 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
  • The chocolate room New york (Food, Bakery)
  • Everything here is fabulously chocolate: drinks, cakes, magazines, and dark chocolate brown curtains on the windows. The Chocolate Room is chocolate to its core. It’s like a childhood dreamland, but in a sophisticated grown-up cafe setting. Owners John Payson and Naomi Josepher opened their Fifth Avenue shop in Park Slope in 2005, then added a Court Street location three years later. Payson and Josepher started out as dessert-loving artists… More info
    86 Fifth Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11217
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