Freemans

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End of Freemans Alley
(Cross Street: Rivington Street, between Bowery and Chrystie Street)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 420-0012
Directions: F, V at 2nd Ave

The unusual location would be enough to make a trip to Freemans worth it but they back it up with some of the best food we've had on a regular basis in the city. If you go, you MUST order the artichoke dip. Reservations only for parties 6 or more.

Great old-fashioned cocktails at the bar (there are two, one in front and a second in the back room).

Also check out their off-shoot retail store, Freemans Sporting Club, with men's bespoke clothing and barbershop, located at the entrance to the alley.

A.P.C.

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131 Mercer St
(Cross Street: Between Spring Street and Prince Street)
New York, NY 10012
(212) 966-9685
Directions: N, R at Prince St

Simple, classic. French clothes for men, women and kids. They also put out a bunch of great music CDs.

Odin

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328 E 11th St
(Cross Street: Between 1st Avenue and 2nd Avenue)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 475-0666
Directions: 6 at Astor Pl; L at 1st Ave; R, W at 8th St

Cool men's clothes and accessories.

Built by Wendy

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7 Centre Market Pl
New York, NY 10013
(212) 925-6538
Directions: 6 at Spring St

One of Stevie's favorite boutiques in the city. They have both men's and women's clothes.

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