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Nadeau characterizes its furniture as "with a soul" because it's true artisan work: handcrafted from wood rather than mass-produced from gasket pylons. Showcase fine china and live gerbils in a mahogany regal glass-door cabinet ($372), or in a hefty, finely trimmed narrow bookcase with drawer ($197). Or, display a new moving picture box on a bobbin leg console table ($116). Furniture comes in a myriad of stains and colors, and many pieces are one-of-a-kind. Nadeau's ever-changing inventory includes a variety of sturdy dining room tables and chairs. Prices and selection may vary due to rotating inventory, but pieces are always fully assembled and ready to welcome any tuckered torso or mound of toothbrushes.

469 Mundet Pl
Hillside,
NJ
US

A two-floor American bistro with a European art-deco motif, Tête-à-Tête Café is, as its name suggests, an optimal spot for good conversation and delicious food. The former is most likely spurred on by exotic coffee drinks, teas, and the café's vibrant artwork. The conversation may come to a quick halt, though, as soon as steamed New Zealand mussels, flame-broiled burgers stuffed with bacon and cheese, and plates of lobster ravioli arrive at the table. But the discussions will certainly continue when it comes to dessert—if only to try to decide what to order. If signature mille crepes and napoleons don’t make the choice difficult enough, there are 11 mousse cakes to choose from, including a caramel bavarian-cream rendition that’s enrobed in Belgian chocolate, and a raspberry mousse wrapped with joconde. Tête-à-Tête Café’s second floor features an intimate bar and lounge that keeps the spirit of its name alive with signature martinis that are great for toasting, sipping, and bobbing for olives.

2601 E 14th St
Brooklyn,
NY
US

With more than 30 years combined experience MCK+B is the leader in design and installation of custom kitchen cabinetry in New York City. Our mission is to provide innovative, responsive kitchen and bath design, through technology, craftsmanship, mechanical expertise and exceptional service to our clients.

29 E 19th St
New York,
NY
US

REMODELING SERVICES . . . . . Broadway Kitchen & Baths . . . . . . FROM START TO FINISH

With over 25 years of experience you can rest assure your job will be completed on time and on budget. We design, supply, install and service kitchens and bathrooms every day.

819 Broadway 11th St 12th St
New York,
NY
US

Locals may have noticed that Lazzoni has grown into a family of 20-plus stores, but the company’s roots actually reach back more than 50 years and thousands of miles away. The first store was in Turkey, where they produced joinery pieces for windows and doors. They eventually got into the business of modular kitchen design, which evolved into the production of made-from-scratch and exclusive furniture for every room of the home.

Today, the brand has settled into a decidedly modern style. With a team of international designers from Turkey, Italy, and the United States, Lazzoni showcases original furniture made from Italian leathers, Austrian hardware, and Turkish textiles. The collection is marked by streamlined silhouettes, bold colors, and other contemporary touches: Andel armchairs shaped from clear polycarbonate get a pop of color from a seat cushion in one of 10 hues, and the simplistic Florence bed can be dressed in an elegant textile to match your favorite tuxedo pajamas.

Clients unsure of where to start with Lazzoni’s extensive inventory can request personal design services. Designers use blueprints or measurements from an in-home consultation to create a computerized 3D rendering in which homeowners can preview different pieces of furniture. The Lazzoni team also does staging for customers looking to sell their home or those who have recently kicked a furniture allergy.

154 W 18th St
New York,
NY
US

When Pepi Di Giacomo and Luca Di Pietro—natives of Abruzzo, Italy—immigrated to Manhattan and couldn't find a decent cup of espresso, the duo decided to begin brewing their own. Di Giacomo and Di Pietro drew upon their professional backgrounds in the hospitality, coffee, and wine industries and founded Tarallucci e Vino as a way to spread their love of Old-World cuisine. The small empire of specialty eateries now includes three locations across New York, each with a different focus. The café seizes upon the founders' original craving for quality espresso, and it commits to getting every single detail correct by refusing to cut any corners. Every single pastry—from the pear turnovers to the cheese danishes—is made in-house, and the staff dedicates three full days to making each batch of croissants, imbuing them with the perfect flaky texture. In addition to serving cheese platters, savory crostini, and a selection of Italian sandwiches that New York magazine lauded as "excellent," the café stays true to its roots by brewing espressos and cappuccinos. Drinks in hand, customers are encouraged to sit, scream at sudoku puzzles, and enjoy their quick meal or snack at one of the small tables scattered throughout the café and the outdoor patio.

130 Greene St
New York,
NY
US