Blog Posts Categorized as"Shopping"

01/21/2021 Celebrate Valentine’s Day With City Blossoms’ Date Night Kits (And Without Leaving Your Apartment)

Planning for Valentine’s Day is always a stressful business, but this year, the holiday comes with a new set of challenges. Instead of jockeying for…

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01/21/2021 Score Deals On Olive Oils And Other Tasty Condiments At Eataly This Weekend

Now is the winter of our discontent, but it can be made slightly better with a home-cooked meal (or, conversely, a recipe from one of…

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01/07/2021 New Year, New Shops, New You: Here Are The New Food, Fitness And Shopping Options At The Oculus

Just in time for the new year, the Shops at the Oculus (a.k.a. Westfield World Trade Center) has landed some new tenants, which you can…

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12/03/2020 Warm Up Your Liver With Small-Batch Wines And Spirits From Simply Wine

Pandemic or no pandemic, now that going out requires a coat or two or six, you can still sip rich wines and whip up adventurous…

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11/30/2020 How To Do A Virtual Secret Santa

Due to the very-much-ongoing pandemic, in-person holidays are effectively canceled this year. The CDC has urged Americans to stay home, and with the way COVID-19…

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11/30/2020 ‘Our High-End Whiskeys Are Selling Like Never Before’: Financial District Wine & Liquor Is Ready To Deliver Your Holiday Libations

It’s been a big year for liquor across the city, between pandemic-forced home bars, news-related stress drinking and skyrocketing post-election champagne sales. Liquor stores like…

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11/20/2020 58 Ways To Support Lower Manhattan Businesses This Holiday Season

Holidays are a little different this year, with many people forgoing big family celebrations in favor of smaller, home-based events. All the more reason, then,…

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11/10/2020 Saying Goodbye To Century 21, The Store That Embodied The New York Hustle

Six months after the September 11 attacks, Downtown’s discount department store Century 21 finally cleared out all the physical and psychological trauma from the collapse…

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10/19/2020 Get Holiday Shopping Done And Support Local Charities At Westfield World Trade Center

Just for once, wouldn’t it feel good to be able to smugly inform your friends that you’d finished all your holiday shopping for the year…

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09/30/2020 Add Your Own Pop To Fall Foliage At These Colorful Lower Manhattan Spots

The upside of drab winter is that it’s preceded by colorful fall, and despite September’s humid streak, the season of changing leaves is officially upon…

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