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828 Broadway (828 Broadway)
New York, NY 10003
Before you wrinkle your nose at this unconditioned used book store, take a look around. You just might find a literary loving intellectual like D (Don’t You Forget About Me)
1 Union Sq W (1 Union Sq W)
New York, NY 10003
I get all my produce at the Union Square Green Market in NYC. – Chef Anne Thornton, Dessert First
51 N 12th St (51 N 12th St)
Philadelphia, PA 19107
The historic farmers market located in downtown Philadelphia opened in 1892 and is a favorite among locals as well as visitors. Choose from homemade Amish specialties to fresh seafood.
52 Prince St (52 Prince St)
New York, NY 10012
The best literary hot spot boasts a warm atmosphere, well-curated selection and convivial café. It also has the city’s first Espresso Book Machine, which prints a growing number of texts on demand.
1 Ferry Building (1 Ferry Building)
San Francisco, CA 94111
This place has everything from fresh flowers, to bread, fish, meat, veggies, fruit. It’s a great place to stock up and spend the day. - Nikki
1 Ferry Building (1 Ferry Building)
San Francisco, CA 94111
The Ferry Building is very popular, and I recommend it to anyone who is visiting San Francisco. They've got great restaurants (Slanted Door, MarketBar) and a morning farmer's market a few times a week
1780 E Buena Vista Dr (1780 E Buena Vista Dr)
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
NEW! Look for the Magic Mirror in the princess room to see your little one as a Disney princess. (Available for a limited time only.)
1309 5th St NE (1309 5th St NE)
Washington, D.C. 20002
Get Red Apron’s Porkstrami: “It’s like pastrami made out of pork, and it’s topped with bacon and sauerkraut and a pork jus.”
85 Pike St (85 Pike St)
Seattle, WA 98101
Pike Place Market is home to the first Starbucks, Rachel the Pig, numerous street performers and entertainers, and the Pike Place Fish Market, which features the fish-throwing fishmongers.
1 Grand Army Plz (1 Grand Army Plz)
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Did you know? Located on the intersection of Flatbush Ave and Eastern Parkway, the Central Library has an entryway 50-feet tall, and has over a million books, magazines, and multimedia materials.
348 Harrison Ave (348 Harrison Ave)
Boston, MA 02118
This may be the best grocery store I've shopped at in a long time!
75 9th Ave (75 9th Ave)
New York, NY 10011
Chelsea Market is built inside the old Nabisco Factory. The first Oreo was baked here in 1912.
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200 5th Ave (200 5th Ave)
New York, NY 10010
Among the gastronomic greatest hits worth checking out here: handmade mozzarella, oysters, veal and lamb stuffed ravioli, and gelato. And lots and lots of wine.
64 N 9th St (64 N 9th St)
Brooklyn, NY 11249
“Record stores have long been forums for like-minded people. Stephen Godfroy, a co-owner of Rough Trade, said that they present an opportunity to discover music in ‘a non-algorithmic fashion.’”
675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE (675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE)
Atlanta, GA 30308
Once upon a long long time ago, there was amusement park in the valley around "Ponce de Leon Springs" (which is now buried under City Hall East). They called it "the Coney Island of Atlanta".
6333 W 3rd St (6333 W 3rd St)
Los Angeles, CA 90036
I prefer picking an exotic piece of fruit myself, however dangerous the circumstances, but the quality and selection of tastes here might be worth risking your life for as well, should it be crowded.
15900 LA Cantera Pkwy (15900 LA Cantera Pkwy)
San Antonio, TX 78256
Incredibly beautiful part of San Antonio! Walk through this outside mall, especially at night, it is a great place to just enjoy the evening air and get a little shopping done as well!
550 Divisadero St (550 Divisadero St)
San Francisco, CA 94117
Witness the $10 carton of eggs.
4001 N Lamar Blvd (4001 N Lamar Blvd)
Austin, TX 78756
They distribute produce grown by local farmers. Check out their events with local musicians while you're there.
3639 18th St (3639 18th St)
San Francisco, CA 94110
The epitome of a neighborhood grocery. You will never figure out how they pack so much into that little store. Family-owned and committed to supporting local farmers and producers. -Preeti Mistry, Top
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