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  • Shopletdotcom
    At Shoplet.com, recycling isn't just a way to dispose of paper—it's where paper comes from. Recycled paper, recycled office furniture, and other eco-friendly products make up a major segment of the online megastore's more than 400,000-item inventory. The rest of its stock ranges from printers to cleaning supplies to break-room gear such as coffee brewers and sassy baristas to push the buttons. For added convenience, clients can manage their transactions online and track their orders in real time as they travel from the warehouse to their office's doorstep.
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    55 John St
    New York, NY US
  • Epistrophy
    Enjoy delicious Italian food and romantic mood lighting at Epistrophy. Vegans can also enjoy the food at Epistrophy since they offer a number of animal product-free items. Rich reds and crisp whites are staples on Epistrophy's extensive wine list. The patio seating at Epistrophy is perfect for those warm summer days. If your Friday or Saturday night plans include a trip to the bar, it's best to reserve a table before heading over. For those in a hurry, the bar lets you take your grub to go. null Super-savers will adore the low-prices at Epistrophy, too — meals there usually cost less than $15. It's strictly cash-only at Epistrophy, so make a trip to the ATM first.
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    200 Mott St
    New York, NY US
  • Nadeau
    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.
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    57 E 11th St
    New York, NY US
  • Rizzo's Fine Pizza
    As long as the sauce is good, the pizza will taste great. That's the overriding tenet that the kitchen at Rizzo's Fine Pizza has operated under for 55 years. When the two Rizzo brothers and their brother-in-law opened the original location in 1959, they began with a simple cheese pizza, no toppings. Even today, with their grandchildren running the joint, they keep it that simple. They top the pizzas with Mediterranean ingredients, such as anchovies, marinated mushrooms, and fresh garlic, rather than pineapple and ham or peanut butter and pickles. Their classic Sicilian-style pizzas have earned them praise from many press outlets, including The New York Times and TimeOut New York.
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    17 Clinton St
    New York, NY US
  • From the Source
    From the Source imports much of its fine furniture and home accessories directly from Indonesia, while many of its warehouse items are vintage “discoveries” such as recovered sculptures and salvaged architectural pieces. The expansive showrooms offer a bevy of aesthetic delights, such as sleekly finished Drift trays in one-of-a-kind cuts ($48 each) or summer ice vases made from recycled glass ($125 each). Judging by its cover, the mahogany Ecco bookcase (unfinished $495, finished $550) is built to showcase lofty intellectual volumes or your heirloom collection of Full House DVDs. The visually and nominally diametric Urban Farm media console ($750) is made from reclaimed teak and steel. Browse on your own or flag down a friendly staff member to locate your ideal coat tree ($315–$350) or bed frame.
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    104 W 17th St
    New York, NY US
  • Housing Works Thrift Shops
    Housing Works provides advocacy, job training, healthcare and housing support for low-income and homeless people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. Housing Works Thrift Shops and Buy the Bag help fund this effort by selling new and used donated goods. Shoppers can explore shelves upon shelves of donated items in search of a new designer shirt, a vintage necklace, or a set of hand-painted bowls.
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    143 W 17TH ST
    NEW YORK, NY US