DNAinfo.com New York’s 2013 “Holiday Gift Guide” Highlights Local Shops

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New York City’s leading neighborhood news source offers exceptional gift ideas from all five boroughs; unique presents range from a dog spa treatment to a gold plated Slinky.

Featured gifts in DNAinfo.com's Holiday Gift Guide include a dog spa treatment in the South Street Seaport.

'As the city’s leading neighborhood news source, our Holiday Gift Guide is designed to encourage New Yorkers to shop local,' said Michael P. Ventura, managing editor, DNAinfo.com New York.

Where are New York City’s best places to shop local for the holidays? DNAinfo.com New York’s 2013 Holiday Gift Guide is designed to help New Yorkers in every borough find the city’s most unique and coveted presents, at all price points.

Featured gifts include a handmade chef’s knife from Gowanus, tickets to an underground supper club in Astoria, a gold-plated Slinky from Madison Avenue, hand-rolled cigars from the Bronx and a dog spa treatment in the South Street Seaport.

“To compile the best gift ideas, our neighborhood reporters scouted out local shops in every borough,” said Michael P. Ventura, managing editor, DNAinfo.com New York. “As the city’s leading neighborhood news source, our Holiday Gift Guide is designed to encourage New Yorkers to shop local.”

The Holiday Gift Guide is available online and in print. Over 40,000 Holiday Gift Guides will be distributed throughout December at NYC’s major holiday markets, including Union Square, Columbus Circle and Chelsea Market.

Visit DNAinfo.com/HolidayGiftGuide for DNAinfo.com’s complete list of neighborhood gift ideas.

The Holiday Gift Guide sponsors include: Daniel NYC, Frames Bowling Lounge NYC, Li-Lac Chocolates, La Tarte Flambée, Urban Oyster, Madison Jewelers, Barbara Campbell Accessories, Mott Optical and Replay Music Studios.

About DNAinfo.com New York
DNAinfo.com New York (http://www.DNAinfo.com/New-York) is the city’s leading neighborhood news source. We deliver up-to-the-minute reports on entertainment, education, politics, crime, sports, and dining. Our award-winning journalists find the stories – big or small – that matter most to New Yorkers. The inspiration, funding, and strategic vision for DNAinfo.com come from entrepreneur and Ameritrade (AMTD) founder Joe Ricketts.

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