42-24 Crescent St.
Long Island City, NY 11101
Phone: (718) 303-3700
Fax: (718) 303-3800
There are only a handful of suppliers for professional dance gear in New York City, and since 1975 this London outpost has been one of the top retail stores available for this niche. The company features the official ballet point-shoe for the American Ballet Theatre, and they also fit many dancers from the New York City Ballet. The average price for these shoes is $60. They also carry a good selection of dance clothing, with everything from warm-up pants to flashy flamenco skirts.
The Food Box is a food market located in the Falchi building in Long Island City. This market consists of food stalls from a number of artisanal vendors, that are ideal for a quick meal on the go. One can sample a variety of cuisines and styles of cooking at this market, such as Thai, Jamaican, Peruvian, and many others. One of the stalls has a good collection of pastries and cookies, while another sells some delicious local varieties of cheese.
The LIC Flea and Food Market is a treasure trove of delights. Here you will find just about everything you would expect and more including vintage clothing, furniture, art work, jewelry, accessories, one-of-a-kind decorative pieces and assorted knick knacks alongside edible goodies like homemade cakes, tacos, sandwiches, local brews, pickles, cookies and jams. Whether you are looking for a unique gift, something to add a touch of individuality to your look or simply tasty bite to eat, the LIC Flea and Food Market is sure to deliver.
The F P. Victoria & Son, Inc is a family business specializing in English and European style home decorative art from the 18th century onwards. They sell wooden chests and cabinets, decorative objects and wall pieces. All the articles are made by the local artists, whose designs are chiefly influenced by the F P. Victoria family antiques. The store is popular among tourists flocking to New York. The uniqueness of the designs is a major driving force behind the shop's popularity.
East 67th Street Market is one of the oldest flea markets in Manhattan's Upper East Side. You will find everything and anything from antiques to jewelry, designer eye wear, fresh farm produce, books and more. The market is located in the outdoor schoolyard and indoor cafeteria of PS 183. It is a shopper's haven as you will find good stuff at cheap prices, truly a great bargain! The market is open only on Saturdays throughout the year, no matter what the season is. While shopping, you can also satisfy your hunger at the numerous sweet and savory stalls in the market.
Take a romantic journey amidst beautifully arranged flowers, pretty gift items in a truly fantastic and amazing shop. As you enter Zezé, you are welcomed by beautifully arranged smiling flowers. Further, the gift items and souvenirs on display will enchant you. The porcelain and glass are very intricate in their designs. The china ware is something you just can't miss. All the items are awesome. The owner Zezé also specializes in creating wonderful and exquisite gardens for your rooftops, backyards, terraces etc. Whatever the place may be or whatever the kind of flora-fauna used, its sure to have that whiff of romance.
At Stray Vintage in Queens, there aren't many things you can't find. Containing a large selection of secondhand knickknacks, trinkets, home decorations, and other miscellanea, Stray is a favorite among New Yorkers always looking for those one-of-a-kind items. Many of the items featured in the store are created by local artists and craftsman, so you'll feel good putting money back into the local community. Visit the store today to find that special item you never knew you were missing.
True style is timeless and at Loveday 31 you are sure to find that special something to will distinguish your personal style from all others. Loveday 31 is a charming vintage boutique stocked with an eclectic collection of vintage clothing, shoes and accessories. The owner's exceptional taste and eye for quality are apparent in every piece. Browse through the sale rack outside for an especially good deal, or step inside and explore this fashion wonderland. The friendly owner is always happy to lend advice and her suggestions will surely not lead you astray.
This store abounds with quilts, hooked rugs, camp blankets and other textile art that capture the spirit of early America. Native American as well as frontier and Western designs have inspired these creations, but most of the wares are much more comfortable than those with which the pioneers "made do." Synthetics and cotton blends are more likely to be found here than rough wool, which should make you happier in the end.
This rather large and impressive antiques dealer has over 100 opulent galleries filled with prized American, African, Asian and European pieces. The Manhattan Art and Antiques Center is open to the general public and charges no admission fee. The center is best known for its art pieces, antique furniture, silverware and porcelain. There is also jewelry, bronze, medallions, baskets, glass, fine rugs and tapestries forming an unending selection of collectibles. Services include watch and clock repairs, appraisals and even rug and tapestry mending. So for a bit of intrigue to hang up on the office wall or display in the master bedroom, pick a piece at The Manhattan Art and Antiques Center.
The American supermarket chain, Whole Foods Market, opened its seventh outlet in New York city in 2012. Whole Foods Market - Midtown East is one of the smaller outlets in the city when compared to its counterparts, but offers an extensive array of quality foods that Whole Foods Market brand is renowned for. Shelves stocked with fresh produce, ranging from fruits and vegetables to meat and seafood are available here. If you get too hungry while shopping, enjoy a relishing meal at their cafe. Whole Foods Market - Midtown East also boasts an entire section dedicated to health care and body products.
The name speaks for itself, you may have already heard or come across a Lee Jofa product. Whether you have or haven't, a trip to this shop to pick up a few articles to accentuate the beauty of your home will prove fruitful. Various intricate designs come alive on the fabric into which they are spun. Make sure you don't spin yourself around too much with the shoppingcredit cards do have limits!