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Welcome to Perfect Saturday, a weekly Racked feature in which we outline the best places to spend the afternoon in a particular neighborhood, starting with brunch and ending—who knows!
- Inside natural beauty shop Red Flower. Photo by Rebecca Dale.
- Warm up—literally—at Uncle Boon's (7 Spring Street.) One of Eater NY's best brunch restaurants for winter 2014, th
- Now that your insides are toasty, head up the street to natural beauty shop Red Flower (13 Prince), where you can stock up on everything you might possibly need for
- Stroll up Elizabeth Street towards Houston and stop in at Condor (259 Elizabeth) for cool-girl brands like Pendleton and Suno. Say hi to store bunny Merlin, and keep an eye out for New York-made merchandise
- Across the street from Condor is Babel Fair (260 Elizabeth Street), another little Nolita shop inspired by travel and packed with hard-to-find pieces. Owner Erica Kiang
- If you can stand the cold for another few blocks, end your jaunt at Nolita bookstore McNally Jackson (52 Prince Street). Grab pile of fashion mags and a cup of Stumptown coffee, and spend a couple quality ho
This Saturday, start your day with a hot brunch and end with a hot bath. We're expected to get another blanket of snow tomorrow, so start your day off with some spice at Uncle Boon's, hand-picked from our sister site Eater NY. From there, get to shopping at neighborhood boutiques that have their own type of spice. Check out our guide after the jump.
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