This is THE place in Manhattan to find a baby sitter or if you are looking to find someone to sit. Simply put up a flyer or look at the flyers on the board inside this very friendly and prestigious establishment. Mostly college-aged girls are offering their services. A lot of well-known preschools also use this office.
There are pros and girls who throw their clubs with their swings at the outdoor driving facility. Its the perfect and just about only place in New York City to practice golf.
This Upper East Side baby clothing store is likely to cost the average Manhattan toddler a small fortune for a onesy. The money conscious would not shop here, even though the mini-designer outfits are adorable.
A family business, Deborah Mellen and Billy Ford are knowledgeable about their wide selection of pieces of real estate jewelry. Located at the back of ABC Home & Carpet this hidden business is a true treasure.
ABC Carpet & Home is a filled with antique rugs, plush pillows and many gadgets and decorative accessories to make your home trendy and stylish. The sales staff is somewhat helpful and the items are pricey.
Yet another really good clothing shop on the Upper East Side but that also brings along the ever expensive prices. Good labels are at this store but the sales person can be a little pushy when selling.
Big Drop has two locations, one on the Upper East Side and the other in SoHo. The clothes are trendy and feature good labels but you will go broke filling your wardrobe with clothes from this store.
This Manhattan establishment has everything you need to be active in an urban environment. Clothes, balls and rackets are being sold and sometimes not at your typical Manhattan prices. The also sell the season tennis pass here.
With a location in Manhattan and one in New Jersey, Tiger Schulmanns Karate Center is able to cater to the needs of its customer. Complete physical fitness programs are available or children's karate lessons, for physical fitness and self-defense, as well as confidence and discipline. For adults they recommend a fully body workout that no gym could provide. Seasonal specials are offered.
This Manhattan chain has everything you need for your bike and also rents bikes. Just bring in your ID tand a credit card to get one out for the day, which is five hours. The costs are reasonable, $7 per hour and $35 for a day. Helmets are available for $2.50. Bikes are also available for 24 hours at a cost of $45. The Trek mountain bike knows how to handle the pot holes and some hilly city streets.