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In the northern tip of Brooklyn serviced only by the G train lies Greenpoint, a neighborhood that offers cash-only pierogis and borscht, more than one verdant park, and an impressive number of boutiques.
While much of the neighborhood's 19th-century industrial past has been buried by brunch spots and bars, it's hard to spend time in the area without picking up the city's best donut from an old Polish bakery or finding that perfect nineties-era Calvin Klein dress in a converted warehouse.
Below, ten of the best Greenpoint stores for clothes and accessories that you can't miss during your next visit.Read More