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We’ve compiled the best of the best in New York City - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Bedford Cheese Shop


    A cheese lover's dream, this small fromagerie sells everything needed for a gourmet antipasto. The more than 200 artisanal cheeses are arranged...Read More

  • 2. Bellocq Tea Atelier

    Greenpoint | Food/Candy

    This jewel box of a tea shop is a bit out of the way, but it's a must for tea aficionados. Bellocq sources organic and exotic teas from China...Read More

  • 3. Court Street Grocers

    Carroll Gardens | Food/Candy

    Part sandwich shop, part specialty food store, Court Street Grocers is a one-stop shop for Brooklyn’s most food-curious visitors. The shop’s...Read More

  • 4. Dépanneur


    Foodies have many reasons to stop at Dépanneur: artisanal products, cookbooks, food magazines, gourmet sandwiches, pastries, and coffee by Toby...Read More

  • 5. G. Esposito & Sons Jersey Pork Store

    Carroll Gardens | Food/Candy

    The epitome of an old-school Italian butcher and specialty shop, Esposito's has been serving the area once known as South Brooklyn for almost...Read More

  • 6. La Maison du Chocolat

    Upper East Side | Food/Candy

    Stop in at this artisanal chocolatier's small tea salon to dive into a cup of thick, heavenly hot chocolate. The Paris-based outfit sells handmade...Read More

  • 7. Mast Brothers


    The elegantly wrapped bars of Brooklyn's artisanal bean-to-bar chocolatiers are ubiquitous in New York City, but to experience the magic as...Read More

  • 8. Sahadi's

    Brooklyn Heights | Food/Candy

    Inhale the aromas of spices and dark-roast coffee beans as you enter this Middle Eastern trading post that's been selling bulk foods in Brooklyn...Read More

  • 9. Zabar's

    Upper West Side | Food/Candy

    When it comes to authentic New York food, it's hard to beat rugelach, black-and-white cookies, or lox from this iconic, local-favorite specialty...Read More

  • 10. Caputo's Fine Foods

    Carroll Gardens | Food/Candy

    Counter service can be slow, but a visit to Italian fine food emporium Caputo’s for freshly made mozzarella and handcrafted pastas (fresh or...Read More

  • 11. Economy Candy

    Lower East Side | Food/Candy

    Oh, to be a kid in a candy store! Economy Candy has been making life sweeter since 1937, and the floor-to-ceiling shelves and candy-and-nut...Read More

  • 12. Fairway Market

    Red Hook | Food/Candy

    On the Hudson River waterfront, this giant food emporium sprawls through the bottom floor of a repurposed old coffee warehouse. As at other...Read More

  • 13. Fei Long Market


    This massive supermarket is noteworthy for its large selection of Chinese grocery items, fresh produce, and housewares. Come here to stock up...Read More

  • 14. Fine & Raw Chocolate


    On a mission "to save the world through silliness and chocolate," this company makes its products with organic ingredients and low-heat techniques...Read More

  • 15. Gastronom Arkadia

    Brighton Beach | Food/Candy

    The legendary steam tables here are stocked with hot and cold delicacies such as stuffed cabbages and peppers, blintzes, baked fish, pickled...Read More

  • 16. Li-Lac Chocolates

    West Village | Food/Candy

    Feeding the Village's sweet tooth since 1923, Li-Lac indulges shoppers with its almond bark and coconut clusters as well as such specialty items...Read More

  • 17. Sockerbit

    West Village | Food/Candy

    Who knew Scandinavians are obsessed with candy—but there's much more than Swedish fish at this gleaming white candy emporium that stocks hard...Read More

  • 18. Stinky Brooklyn

    Carroll Gardens | Food/Candy

    If the name doesn’t tip you off, Stinky is a mighty fine cheese shop (the case is typically stacked with a couple dozen selections) that also...Read More

  • 19. Two for the Pot

    Brooklyn Heights | Food/Candy

    The name of this narrow shop, in business since 1973, refers to the indulgent practice of adding two extra scoops of coffee grounds to every...Read More

  • 20. Whole Foods


    This isn’t your average Whole Foods Market. Built to serve the grocery-starved, food-obsessed Brooklyn population and to display the borough...Read More

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