New York City is dense and diverse enough to support a plethora of stores that focus only on one item, from pencils to buttons to chopsticks. One longtime establishment on the Bowery, Faerman Cash Register Co. is still in operation, but change is on the way.
A list of 14 of NYC's "One Food Wonders," restaurants and shops that specialize in one kind of food from ice cream sandwiches to rugelah and Scandinavian sweets
Billed as the “first ukulele store in New York,” Uke Hut is also the only ukulele specialty store in NYC, located on a nondescript block of Astoria, Queens.
Heatonist is a new shop in Williamsburg that only sells one thing: hot sauce. They plan to use their space to sell sauce and host BBQs, art galleries and more.
CW Pencil Enterprise is the latest store to sell only one thing: pencils, opening in the Lower East Side on Forsyth Street offering pencils, sharpeners, erasers
This specialty café in the Village serves all-day oatmeal and nothing else! They have both savory and sweet options—you can't go wrong.
Artisan perfumerie Le Labo, which makes its perfumes in the boutique, opened its newest location on 29th Street in Manhattan.
Empire Biscuit is already it's pretty tapped, but it was worth a mention for the fact that it serves only biscuits, 24/7, amidst a Scandinavian style decor.
Located in the basement of a building on East 3rd street, 8 Bit and Up is a real time capsule to the '80s and '90s video game scene
If you're really into pinball, you'll be pumped by the arrival of a new arcade called Modern Pinball in Kips Bay which only has pinball machines