Holiday Shopping in NYC

by staff, 10/12/2011

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  • Fishs Eddy
    889 Broadway, 212-420-9020, Union Square, Manhattan
    A Union Square mainstay for 25 years, Fishs Eddy is actually named for a tiny town in upstate New York—which is fitting for a kitchen-goods shop whose style is borrowed from the small-town, "aw, shucks" mentality a world away from the City. The cozy store is full of vintage surprises like salvaged surplus plates and glassware made for airlines and now-defunct restaurants—perfect for mixing and matching. The shop's various styles of plates, glasses and flatware look as appropriate in urban kitchens as they do in country homes. And Fishs Eddy also creates its own motifs—from Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines to vintage Americana patterns. If you've ever wanted to make your own blue plate specialthis is where you'll find your dish. Better still, there are bargains here for every price point, such as 99-cent by-the-piece flatwarestriking barware, beautiful cake stands and eclectic gifts.

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