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Located on Fifth Avenue across from Madison Square Park, Eataly is all about the delights from the peninsula. This mega-mart of Italian cuisine has a incredible amount of comestibles to eat inside or to take home. The entire market layout is ultra clean, a bit confusing and always crowded. With several restaurants within the market, Eataly may be a little overwhelming at times. Also, you may have to wait a long time to get a table, but if you look hard enough there might be space to fit in somewhere to sample a few wines, cheeses, meats or whatever else you can think of that has a "Made in Eataly" stamp on it. Who doesn’t like the idea of being able to drink a glass of wine while you shop? Eataly NYC is great for a fun shopping and sampling experience of the Italian kind.
Manhattan Hall is crowded and not particularly attractive. Nevertheless, many New Yorkers come here to buy their clothes and gifts, ignoring other malls in the city. That is because Manhattan Mall is near so many popular stores like Toys R Us, Macy's, a number of shoe stores, Barnes and Noble and the Burlington Coat Factory. What is more, the mall is located directly on top of a subway station. The largest shop in Manhattan Mall is the department store Stern's. Others include Ann Taylor, Nine West and JC Penney.
Located within the distinguished Time Warner Center, The Shops at Columbus Circle are a beacon to the shoppers of Manhattan. With high-end boutiques like Bose, Cole Haan, Thomas Pink, Williams-Sonoma, and Wolford, the shops cater to those with a taste for refinement and luxury. Some of New York's most critically acclaimed restaurants, such as Per Se and Masa, are also located within. For a complete day of entertainment, check the events schedule for activities and performances. And for a complete list of retailers located in The Shop at Columbus Circle, please visit their website.
A shopping center that puts many of the most popular retail stores under one roof, East River Plaza makes shopping in East Harlem simple. Some of the stores found here include Costco, Best Buy, Target, PetSmart and Old Navy. There is also a large parking garage attached to this mall.
One of the biggest malls in Queens, the Queens Center offers an unparalleled shopping experience within its sprawling confines. Housing over 100 stores dedicated to everything from fashion and electronics to sports and toys, there's hardly anything you'll miss here. The mall attracts some of the biggest retail brands and is a regular haunt of the fashion-conscious crowd. The superb food options including restaurants and fast-food chains ensure that you never run out of energy on your shopping-spree. For more information and exact store timings, check website.
Established in 1970, Kings Plaza is one of the largest shopping centers in New York City. The very first Sbarro Italian outlet in the world was set up here. The mall has a range of shopping and dining options, as well as occasional events. Apparel stores like Ashley Stewart and Forever 21, department stores like Macy's and shoe stores like Aerosoles and Finish Line can be found here. The dining options include the likes of Charley's Subs, Master Wok and Subway.