‘/ Shopping and eating
Pcoplc In‘c to go h()ppiIl). '_ In . 'c’ York. You can find
I1i: .lf| )' c'v. -rything hcrc. And ()IHL'lil1)C things .1ru wry
chuutp. .'lld[hL'l‘L'. ll'I. ‘h()p|7lI1], LllIlll'! .lnI of Nu“ York's
higgt-at shops arc in midtmxn . I. tnh. m.tn. Fifth . »cnuc
h.1» ()IllC of the lwiggt-st ll. ll1Ic 'l'ifI'. tty'~, (Ltrncr. .S.1kx
Fifth ; ‘cIntc, Bcrgdorf (iood| n.m. Lord Jlld 'I‘. I_'| or.
(inc-. ‘i. |. .IL‘()! C. Or go to thc uondcrful Trump A| >ucr
with it» xhups and rcl. llIr. llll.
M. tc_“s ~ ‘Thu ‘('or| d's L. rp_cst Storc' — Is on Bro. td'. }
, |l]d Hth Street. For mcn‘s L‘l()(|1t: , go to Bruokx I’>l'ul| lcr~
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at Paul Stuart. on Madison : 'cnuc. For ‘omcn clothes.
lI Bctsc)‘ Johnson at 248 Columbus ; 'cI1uc or (Ltlvin
klrin . tt (~54 M. tdison . -'cnuc.
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Urban ()ll[ﬁ(tCr .1: 628 Bl'l). lL. |'. l_'
| nl(‘t‘ll BIL-ckcr and Houston Sir-. -ct». Mr Joe at $00
I whlh . o. -nuc hctu-It Nth and 36th Strccts . Ind l. c't‘s
I nnmtlx for their junw .1: H6 Br(). ld'. l_‘ lL'('CClI Prince
uni Spring Strccls.
I-u | l('. lp clothcs, go to (icmury ll .1: ll (Iortl. mdt
In «I icIL'cn Bro. uJ. n And (Ihurch Strcct. :nd Hull's
i . :.hcn I-"It-.1 . l. nrkct. .u ‘('L-st Wth Strcct | cl‘L'cI . 'inth
-ml lmth : 'L'llllL‘. and . cnnc . HUJ . 1.1rkct . u llth
in - I . nc both opcn on . S.uurd. t_'~ and 5und.1)s.
luv ( l)s . Ind other music, go to Toxwr Rumrds . ll
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l96l Broadway or Midnight
Records 263 West 13rd Street.
Are you looking for something
old or different? Then 'lsil
(iryphon Records . it 13.3 WW!
72nd Street. House of Oldies
. it 35 Carmine Street. or Other
Music . it IS East 4th Street.
And there are bookshops.
Barnes and Noble on Fifth
Avenue h. is more th. in three MW‘ "‘°'l‘°‘
million hooks. TheStr. ind Book
Store at 828 Broadway sells new and old books. Readers
of mystery hooks can find thous. ind. s and thousands of
them at Murder Ink . it 2486 Broadway and the Mysterious
Bookshop at I29 West 56th Street. (iotham Book Man . it
-ll West -l7th Street has‘ hundreds of old hooks.
A lood stand
Sbo/ rpiug and mliiig 25
l'ur ‘something different‘. go to SoHo (between (Ianal
Nut-et and West Houston Street) or (ireeuwieh Vi| l.tge.
llll everything Chinese. go to Pearl River Man . it 477
I‘-imtlway between llroome . itid (Brand Streets.
You never need to he hungry in New York! There are
innit‘ th. tn 25.000 rest. iurants. cafes. ‘fast food‘ shops,
Illll food stands in New York's fire horoughs. You can
hntl something for everyone from the cheapest to
iln most expensive and you can e. it food froiu every
- «-untry in the world. But reiiieiiiher when you buy food
in ineric. i. in . l I’C5[; llll‘. Il1l or on the street. you u. su.1lly
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i~ Yorkers often eat . it the delicatessen H or ‘deli'.
Ill. av food shops sell wonderful sandwiches. There are
i. I loud stands on many streets. These sell food like
ll IIIIl‘| |l’). ',t'I’ and hot dogs. .tnd drinks like (Ioea-(iola.
loom l p. m. to 5 p. m. you can have ‘afternoon tea‘ . it
in --I the bigger hotels —~ the l’l. iI. .t . II 768 Fifth Avenue.
-| . ildorf-. »storia . it 30! l’. irk : 'enue or the Carlyle . it
i . -.t ‘(uh Street.
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Read Chapter 7. Match the places with the things you can
eat or buy there.
I a afternoon tea
1 Betsey Johnson h women’s clothes
l Hell's Kitchen Flea Market c everything Chinese
4 Barnes and Noble d men's clothes
5 Pearl River Mart c cheap clothes
(V Waldorf Astoria f books