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Tucked squarely between a series of high-end retailers and independent, one-off ateliers, Duane Street Hotel is a perfect hub for shoppers of all disciplines. The hotel’s neighborhood, TriBeCa, is renowned across the world for its chic, boutique-lined streets. With such an extensive list of places to peruse (and goods to purchase), we’ve laid out a definitive guide for 36 tireless hours of shopping in TriBeCa.

Day One

Swing by the Mysterious Bookshop, on Warren Street, first thing in the morning. The independent bookstore is home to an impressive collection of first editions, ranging from classics like Sherlock Holmes to lesser-known literary works in the genres of espionage and murder-mystery.

Break for lunch, and then head to the upscale boutique, A Uno Tribeca. This sleek, modern retail space features fabulous pieces with an urban-chic vibe.The store specializes in women’s clothes, hats, scarves, shoes, and jewelry.

Men and women alike will enjoy the premier cigar distributor and lounge, The Wall Street Humidor. Reward a long day of shopping with a top-end stogie.

Day Two

The best of upscale men’s fashion can be found in TriBeCa at Manuel Racim. This bespoke men’s formalwear shop is the place to pick up a custom, tailored dress shirt. Compliment your pick with classy cufflinks and a bold, geometric tie.

Move on to Korin for extraordinary Japanese kitchenware. Specializing in top-of-the-line kitchen knives and accessories, this unique shop can add a little extra class to your kitchen. Aspiring chefs and culinary enthusiasts should purchase one of Korin’s high-end sushi appliances.

Wrap up your second full day of shopping at the Poster Museum. This shop is stocked with an exceptional stock of antique posters: great souvenirs for friends or your home.

Day Three

The renowned Steven Alan store in TriBeCa supplies designer clothes for men, women, and children from popular, accessible brands like Clare Vivier and organic hemp and cotton Jungmaven tees.

Later, head to popular accessories shop, Shinola. This unique space specializes in classic watches, as well as hand-crafted leather bags, purses, and wallets. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, take a look at their collection of street-friendly bicycles.

Before you hit the ground from shopping overload, close out your 36-hour extravaganza at Langdon Florist. Aromatic and Wonderland-inspired, this flower shop is the neighborhood’s best spot for bouquets, whether they’re for brightening up your hotel room or taking home to your loved ones.