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Brooklyn, NY 11231
Phone: (718) 222-3200
Fax: (718) 222-8700
Vintage bicycles by Papillionaire specializes in classic bicycles and commuter bicycles. They sell retro bikes and accessories, helmets, bells, horns, lights, locks, and wicker baskets.
You will find this little shop in the bustling Columbia Street area. Bead and button collectors will be thrilled with the finds of vintage beads and accessories. There are also housewares, first-edition books and other collectibles.
A humble grocery store, Caputo’s Fine Foods is a favorite Brooklyners. Specializing in selling the best of Italian produce, they are well-known for their fresh mozzarella and handmade pasta. Located on Court Street, they stock everything, that you will ever need to cook up a decadent Italian meal. Olives, parmesan, pastas, cured meat, fresh ricotta et al are classic finds. Open till 6:30p, they sell items that are imported straight from Italy, along with goodies, that are made freshly on-site.
Baked is a cheerful and pleasant dessert and coffee shop and is the place to go to for heavenly baked goodies. The heavenly aroma of freshly baked goodies is sure to lure you and make you want to devour these delicious treats on display. This charming bakery also offers coffee, tea, iced tea and fresh juices along with soups, salads and sandwiches for those looking for a light meal. All their brownies, cookies, muffins, scones, cupcakes and other offerings can be ordered through their site. Baked gift sets make an interesting option to pamper your loved ones. So what are you waiting for? A pack of marshmallows or chocolate chip cookies is just a click away!
Olive's Very Vintage is an adorable little vintage boutique that is bursting at the seams with beautiful pieces from the 1980s, 1970s, 1960s and beyond. Owned and managed by ex-stylist Jen McCulloch, quality and impeccable taste are the hallmarks of this quaint little store. Here you will find everything from lingerie, bejewelled hair-combs and floral dresses, to wedding gowns, prom dresses and designer shoes. With an eclectic collection of clothing, bags, accessories and knick knacks, Olive's Very Vintage is a haven for vintage hunters and trend-setters.
Old is truly gold. All the items at Yesterday's News might be old, but they sure haven’t lost their shine. Browse through the passel of old silverware, furniture and jewelry and you might find a treasure here. You need a lot of patience, as the store isn't very well organized. Giving a home-feel, you can spend hours here just picking and shifting through it all.
Erie Basin is an upscale antique shop, that is the place to go to if you are looking for early 19th and 20th century antiques which include jewelry and objects with contemporary stylistic and cultural relevance. The store has an eclectic collection of artifacts ranging from early 19th century Neoclassical Furniture to Egyptian revival jewelry and American folk art. Do check out the online collection which has very attractive trinkets ranging from 'Mary Preston Earrings' to a sombre 'Garnet Mourning pin'. The shop is definitely worth visiting, if not to buy something, then at least to browse through what it has to offer. Call ahead for appointment.
This lively toy store holds within its doors a selection of all of the latest toys and games available for kids. Its shelves are piled with a multitude of toys, ranging from Lego to crayons, for children of all ages. Besides toys, it sells a variety of story books, stationary and candy. They provide haircuts, that are available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. They are highly recommended for their ability to manage even the most difficult of children.
This neighborhood book store offers hundreds of used books and a comfortable place to enjoy their fine coffee, tea and even corn dogs!
The Brooklyn Strategists prides itself in its expansive collection of games, including a generous number of rare board games. But The Brooklyn Strategist is no ordinary game store. It is a unique space where in anyone interested can, for a nominal fee, play any of the games available. They promote interactive and strategic games, those that challenge our cognitive capabilities as well as involve a one-on-one interaction. The staff, well-versed in game rules, are avid game players themselves and are more than willing to assist people. Even, if you don't have a partner to play with, they'd be happy to play or to find a suitable partner. The store is often host to a number of game nights and other related events. They also have a delectable spread for hungry gamers and also allow BYOB. If you are confused about buying a game, this is the place to try your hand at it and then make your decision. It also serves as an awesome hangout with your friends and family.
If you are looking to shop for home decor and furniture, then the Ikea superstore is the right place for you. Located on the Beard Street in Brooklyn, this franchise of the famous furniture store chain offers a range of well-crafted wardrobes, double beds, sofa sets, office tables and much more. With a number of options in furniture you are bound to be spoiled for choice. This is where the expert staff comes in handy as they guide you in choosing the best products that suits your budget and taste. Watch out for special offers as Ikea is known for offering huge discounts on some excellent products. Apart from providing products, the store also assists in delivering and assembling the furniture at a small price. Visit their website for more information.
Sure the place has that ripe smell, but a stink is expected in a shop selling cheese. And not just any cheese, the Stinky Bklyn stocks around 150 different types. The cheese comes not just from cow's milk, but from goats' and sheep's too. The informative staff shall help you decide on the right kind of cheese which will complement the wine you have. Since it is owned by the same partners as Smith & Vine, the alcohol can be purchased from there. A good location in the city gets the store its share of regulars.