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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-17-2007 07:45 PM
tsr Yes Win has some great bettas!
08-16-2007 02:18 AM
fishscale Anyone heard of Jawz in Elmsford? It says they have a shark pond, and I kinda want to check it out. House of Fins looks real good, I'll take a trip cause I live close to the border.
08-13-2007 03:12 AM
territhemayor House of fins in Greenwhich is good, I Go there.

google it.
08-06-2007 05:04 PM
eeng168 I agree with all of these..I usually make sure I make my rounds to all 3, when I head down to Chinatown. They'll all within a few blocks of each other.

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Originally Posted by bereninga View Post
In NYC:

Pacific Aquarium on Delancey http://www.pacificaquarium.com/
Win Tropical in Chinatown, on Mott St. just south of Broome St.
Aquastar in Chinatown, on Mulberry St. just south of Broome St.
08-04-2007 12:33 AM
bereninga In NYC:

Pacific Aquarium on Delancey http://www.pacificaquarium.com/
Win Tropical in Chinatown, on Mott St. just south of Broome St.
Aquastar in Chinatown, on Mulberry St. just south of Broome St.
07-28-2007 12:19 AM
Gatekeeper there are a few.

Fishtown USA<--Good plant selection...very good variety

Kazimir's <--this place can be hit or miss...but they have some crazy plants and fish sometimes.

Absolutely Fish Bit pricey...but cool display tanks

reef encounter <---if you go to Kazimirs, then stop by here too!

Fishtown USA is my stomping ground though...
07-27-2007 11:04 PM
fishscale Maybe on the way in or out of ny, what places do you recommend?
07-27-2007 10:41 PM
Gatekeeper Bunch of good places accross the GWB in Jersey if your willing to hike over.
07-27-2007 10:39 PM
fishscale
Coming home, need to find new places to feed my addiction :)

I'm coming home in 2 weeks for a bit before school starts again. Since I got into fish while I was at Michigan, I don't know of any places back home. I live in Scarsdale, and I will probably be in the city quite a bit. What are some good LFS's to visit (it doesn't matter if they are pricey because I will probably not be buying anything, just drooling over things)?

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