Extending from lower Soho to Tribeca, West Broadway offers a more unique shopping experience than anything you'll find elsewhere in Soho (or on Broadway, for that matter).
J.Crew's Liquor Store
235 West Broadway (at White Street)
You may think you know J.Crew, but the Liquor Store down in Tribeca offers a very different kind of experience. Here, you'll find all the brand's amazing menswear collaborations -- from Japanese rain coats to hard-to-find sneakers -- all under one roof.
What Goes Around Comes Around
351 West Broadway (at Grand Street)
This shop has one of the best selections of vintage in the city, including designer labels like Pucci and Dolce & Gabbana. In particular, don't miss the store's killer shoe selection (dig those cowboy boots!) and some colorful dresses that are pitch-perfect for spring.
Treasure & Bond
350 West Broadway (at Grand Street)
This may look like a chic Soho store from the outside, but in actuality, 100 percent of the profits from Treasure & Bond go to children's charities in New York -- making this a place where you can really feel good about dropping some loot.
420 West Broadway
Donna Karan's more affordable off-shoot has been around for years and still feels just as fresh and downtown-friendly as the day it launched.
450 West Broadway
The prices here may be outside of many folks' ranges, but the elegant separates -- and those iconic camel coats -- are worth the splurge.
379 West Broadway
Ralph Lauren's Soho outpost recently re-opened as a RRL shop, and the more rugged vibe of the store's offerings fits in well with the less stuffy west side of Soho.