Where To Get Acupuncture in New York

With so many passersby touting the benefits of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, we wanted to investigate the ancient practice further. We asked the women on our site for their recommendations for the best places to get acupuncture in NYC, for treatment of everything from chronic pain and injury to mental health and skin issues.

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Shopping At Sincerely, Tommy

Sincerely, Tommy is a concept store and coffee shop located in the Brooklyn's Bedford Stuyvesant, recommended by passersby like Lisa Mayock, Sue Williamson, and Yousra Elbagir. Disappointed by the lack of local brands represented in the neighborhood's shopping options, Kai Avent-deLeon opened the shop with the goal of empowering emerging and local labels.

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Ashley Turchin of ANTHOM

At ANTHOM, Ashley Turchin refocuses how we think of retail, making it more about the experience you have than what you buy. We visited the Ashley at her store in SoHo, where she talked about how she's curated a selection of unique pieces that her customers can cherish and feel their most confident selves in.

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Plant Shopping at The Sill

The Sill is one of the coolest places in New York to buy plants, but it's also the most friendly. After featuring The Sill in our recent post, Where To Buy Plants in NYC, I wanted to follow the recommendations of passersby like Alyssa Coscarelli, Allie Berman, and Holly Mitchell and stop by their Hester Street store to do a little plant shopping of my own.

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Brunch at Five Leaves

Recommended by passersby like Anna Deutsch, Marjon Carlos, Ellis Jones, Olivia Fleming, and countless others, Five Leaves is one of Greenpoint's most popular brunch locations, and a recent visit to the restaurant on the corner of Lorimer Street and Bedford Ave proved why.

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Lauren Moetell of Mirth Vintage

Lauren Moetell is the owner of Mirth Vintage—a vintage shop in Greenpoint recommended by passersby like Jenna Saraco, Nicole Steriovski, Sara Radin and Andrea Toscano. Passerbuys visited Lauren at her Manhattan Avenue store, where she told us a little bit about the work that goes into running a popular vintage business.

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