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Total Merchants: 463
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A neighborhood treasure selling kitchen tools and cookware in Brooklyn Heights.
A small but friendly health health food store on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
A commercial knife sharpening and grinding company in Brooklyn's Broadway Junction.
Respected Upper West Side wine store with superb international selection.
Wine merchants in Ditmas Park.
Smoked fish direct from the smokehouse that supplies many of New York's best merchants. But only on Friday mornings.
Full-service upscale food market selling prime meats, cheese, breads and bakery items, produce and grocery products. Lots of things packed into a small store.
Candy and snack food from a Hong Kong food retailer.
Middle Eastern bakery with traditional sweets.
An old-fashioned Upper East Side butcher that's been in business since 1961. Excellent quality and prices to match.
SoHo boutique that sells s.2Sleek, sometimes witty, Italian housewares, cookware and serving pieces.
One of New York's best Italian grocers. Meats, grocery items and extraordinary fresh mozzarella and ricotta.
French pastry shop in Dumbo with a cult following for its croissants.
An East Side wine store distinguished by its huge selection of wines, sake and single-malt scotches.
Experts in sharpening knives and cutlery for both top culinary professionals and home cooks.
Cobble Hill beer specialists selling beers from around the world.
A small chain of small grocery markets valued for bringing fresh produce, meats, fish and other products to neighborhoods with few grocery choices or resources.
One of New York's premier food merchants and certainly one of its best bread bakeries.
Staten Island German-American bakery.
High quality produce stores on the Upper East Side.
Chelsea wine store that features organic and biodynamic wines.
Online kitchenware store operated by the management of the former West Village shop by the same name.
There is a small but important retail counter inside Terrence Brennan's Artisanal restaurant that sells perfectly chosen, perfectly kept cheeses. You will not only find the perfect cheese here, sold to you at the perfect point for eating, but you will learn so very much about this divine food.
A bakery and cafe in Astoria with Greek, Italian and French pastries.
A pan-Asian grocery market. Ingredients for Thai, Indonesian, Phillipine, Malaysian, Japanese and Chinese cuisines.
Huge and resourceful wine and spirits merchant in NoHo that offers more than 10,000 labels. Upstairs is the Astor Center, a major new food and wine education center.
A wonderful fish market on a busy stretch of 31st Street in Astoria.
Full-service wine and liquor shop in Astoria, Queens.
A popular produce market on Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn Heights.
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