New York City Fall Guide
|City Guides and Neighborhoods
|Landmarks and Tourists Attractions
|FAO Schwarz- 5th Ave. at Columbas Circle; N R train to 57th St.
Home Depot - decorate your dorm room or apartment, they provide boxes and supplies as well as moving truck rentals.
IKEA and Jersey Gardens- cheap sources of furniture, clothes, and lots of good stuff
Macy's- 151 W.34th St.; B D train to 34th St.
Rockefeller Center and St. Patrick's Cathedral- check out the tree at Rockefeller Center during Christmas; window shopping at 5th Ave.; organ concerts at St. Patrick's Cathedral
Target- discount retailer; BX9
Toys R Us Times Square- 1 train to 42nd St.
Virgin Music Website - music
$ Annex Antique Fair & Flea Market (6th Ave. between 24th St. & 26th St.)
212-243-5343: antiques, furniture, clothes, bric-a-brac; all year round every Saturday and Sunday
$ 11th Street Flea Market (11th St. & Ave. A, located in the parking lot of St. Anthony Parish)
212-245-0058: clothes, vinyl records, house wares, vintage postcards, and more; Saturday and Sunday 9am-6pm
$ Mini Flea Market (8416 Astoria Blvd., Flushing, Queens): 718-476-1247
$ Mike Flea Market (656 Prospect Ave., Bronx): 718-401-0023
$ Genesis Flea Market (9905 37th Ave., Flushing, Queens): 718-457-5391
$ Diana Flea Market (379 Rockaway Ave., Brooklyn): 718-385-1388
$ Morris Park Flea Market (1205 Castle Hill Ave., Suite B, Bronx): 718-597-5725
$ Sarah & Y Flea Market (153 E. 4th St., Brooklyn): 718-686-6880
$ Plain & Fancy Flea Market (Rockaway Blvd. & 110th St., Jamaica, Queens): 718-738-9571
$ Flea Market News of USA (3520 147th St., Flushing, Queens): 718-539-4398
$ R&J Flea Market (4119 Church Ave., Brooklyn): 718-469-7023
|Theaters and tickets information