Comfort Inn Central Park West
31 West 71st St.
New York, NY 10023-4103
Phone: (212) 721-4770
Fax: (212) 579-8544
With some of the lowest prices in the city and two floors of merchandise, this Upper West Side liquor store is a tremendous find. 67 Wines and Spirits proudly carries the largest selection of burgundies in New York City, over 100 types of champagne, a large assortment of single malt scotch, 200 ports and many choices in half-bottles. Try their selection of Canadian ice wines as well. You could also drop in for wine tastings at 67 Wines and Spirits. Check website for details.
This shoe store has everything you could want; a good selection, fresh styles, recognizable brands like Rockport, Kenneth Cole, Birkenstock, Arche, Mephisto, Bostonian, Timberland and Clark's of England, and friendly salespeople who really know about fitting shoes. On the Upper West Side for over 40 years, they carry shoes for men and women for every occasion, from hiking expeditions to weddings. Many styles are available in different widths. Check out their new kid's shoe store next door. Prices are competitive.
Liana an Upper West Side boutique carries a number of mid-range, elegant designers who make lovely women's corporate wear. The conservative suits, skirts and separates come in a variety of seasonal colors ans styles. The shop also stocks a selection of accessories and jewelry that work well with the clothes. You must try out some of their creations. It's very comfortable.
This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software, and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
Levain Bakery on the 74th Street is the Upper West Side counterpart of the Harlem bakeshop of the same name. Known best for their cookies that are now delivered all over the globe, Levain also offers a range of fresh country breads, muffins, cakes and savories. Locals swear by their chocolate chip walnut and dark chocolate peanut butter chip cookies. Drop in to know why!
Lose yourself in Green Flea, one of the largest flea markets of the city. Being one of the first outdoor markets, this place has been a thriving hub for art lovers, connoisseurs and shopaholics for over 25 years. Locals swear by the quality of antique objects, vintage clothing, jewelry, furniture and latest crafts that adorn the various stalls. The market showcases the collection at a price that suits every budget. So come by on a Sunday when the market starts from 10a, and you would be surprised at how time flies, strolling amidst captivating wares.
Fischer Bros & Leslie, the city's foremost kosher market opened in New York in the late forties. This market offers the finest selection of various fresh products such as beef, veal, lamb, chicken, turkey, gourmet prepared foods, sauces, groceries, side dishes, soups, salads, platters, vegetarian dishes, baked dishes and deserts. They also deliver to most areas of Manhattan, Westchester, Northern New Jersey, New Jersey shore, Connecticut, the Hamptons, and Brownstone Brooklyn.
The tiny Westsider Books, with its high-piled shelves and dark, narrow aisles, evokes an aura of mystery. One half expects to discover a treasure map or secret codebook among its many and varied titles. In truth, one will find an excellent selection of used fiction, non-fiction and poetry books as well as vinyl records and turntables. Westsider Records is frequented by book lovers from every nook and corner of the neighborhood. Call ahead for further details.
The North Face in NYC is a paradise of sports and outdoor gear from sleeping bags to ski wear to climbing equipments. Established in 1966, the company has many stores in different cities in the United States and around the globe. The relentless strive to innovate and improvise is the trademark of the brand which has a satisfied clientele of adventurers and explorers. Visit the SoHo location to get treated to their great range and superior customer service; check website for more details.
The Upper West Side is a Mecca for gourmet markets, but walk into this place and you will discover an old-fashioned supermarket where quality is good and prices are even better. The breadth of selection here is one to be reckoned with, and the full selection of merchandise is comparable to that of other gourmet markets in the neighborhood. Beware of the crowds; try to go during off-peak hours. There is also store-to-door delivery available.
Originally a fish market, this Upper East Side store has expanded into meat, produce, cheese and other gourmet foodstuffs. You will find just about everything you need here for that special dinner party. The quality is among the best in the city, especially for the fish, meat and vegetables. The choices are plentiful and the store is immaculately clean. Delivery is also available. There are two other locations within the city as well.
This is great clothing for the great outdoors. Designed to last, many of the company's products are made of natural fibers and organic cotton. You will not find big splashy logos on their shirts or jackets, just rich solid colors. And whether you are going trekking in Nepal or skiing in the back country, you can find all manner of technical clothing in this Upper West side boutique.