Fishs Eddy

    In 1992, Julie Gaines and her husband Dave Lenovitz bought a massive collection of chinaware that had survived a barn fire and brought it back to their Flatiron antique shop. Their purchase was such a hit that today Fishs Eddy sells the utilitarian dishes almost exclusively, along with gorgeous vintage china, glassware, barware, and kitchen utensils of all types. Shopping at the store feels somewhat like hunting at a flea market, albeit a clean, well-organized one. Dishes are crowded in stacks throughout the generous space, with great finds in every corner. You’re encouraged to mix and match, but you’ll still feel like you’re leaving with a set since everything has the same classic appeal. Don’t despair if you do want matching items, as there are plenty to be found, including some of the store’s exclusive designs. Their original Skyline pattern can be found in many New York kitchens. With great selections and an unassuming air, Fishs Eddy has become a New York classic itself.Show lessRead more

    889 Broadway , New York (at 19th St)


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    N,Q,R,4,5,6,L (Union Square)

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