Ask the Experts: What to Register For
JASON MILLER’S PICKS
Sapper 9090 Espresso Maker
“You don’t need a huge, dedicated appliance to make good espresso and cappuccino” (from $129). Moss, 150 Greene St., at Houston St. (212-204-7100).
“Registering for technology is not tacky. Build a library of your movies, TV shows, porn, etc., into this, and watch it on your TV via Wi-Fi” ($299–$399). Apple Store, 103 Prince St., nr. Greene St. (212-226-3126).
“Better for married life than watching TV or going out to noisy bars. You can actually interact. Plus, as we get older, it gets cooler to feel like a kid again” ($19.99–$39.99). Target, 139 Flatbush Ave., at Atlantic Ave., Fort Greene, Brooklyn (718-290-1109).
Weber One-Touch Charcoal Grill
“Gas grills are for size-and-luxury-obsessed suburbanites. This one is fun, and small enough to fit on a New York City fire escape” ($64.70). Home Depot, 40 W. 23rd St., nr. Fifth Ave. (212-929-9571).
Frette Shawl Robes
“One of the very few times you can wear matching outfits and not feel like fools. And they can be very sexy” ($200 each). Bed Bath & Beyond, 620 Sixth Ave., at 18th St. (212-255-3550).
From the Winter 2007 New York Wedding Guide