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Top 5 Non-Soho Shopping Blocks

Williamsburg's A&G Merch.  

Bleecker Street Between 11th and Perry Streets
Festive frocks at Marc Jacobs, Manhattan-centric fragrances at Bond No. 9, and fine leather goods at Mulberry.

Elizabeth Street Between Houston and Spring Streets
Grab bow ties for Dad at Holland & Sherry Bespoke, custom shirts and wacky socks at the Sock Hop, and designer clothes at Christian Siriano.

57th Street Between Fifth and Park Avenues
The best block in town to play D&D: diamonds (Jacob & Co.) and designers (Chanel, Christian Dior).

Madison Avenue Between 91st and 92nd Streets
French clothier Bonpoint is known for Parisian-inspired, kid-friendly fashions, and luxe home and body oils can be found at Blue Tree.

Court Street Between Warren and Baltic Streets, Cobble Hill
Stock up on colorful calendars and postcards at Papél New York, and everything you need to make a great cup of coffee at Cafe Pedlar.

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