Dry Goods

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Photograph: Jonathan Aprea
Boerum Hill
Heritage is the theme at this general store, so nearly every item stocked by owners Carla and Rita Brookoff is heirloomworthy and made in its company's home country. In the narrow, cozy space with hardwood floors and vintage wallpaper, you’ll find classic pieces from firms that have been around since the 19th century, including Pendleton throws ($88-–$108) and pillows ($50), Stanley thermoses ($25–$45), glass carafe-and-tumbler sets by Netherlands company Royal VKB ($36) and handmade British Brady over-the-shoulder leather cartridge bags ($375–$425). There are also well-made products from newer companies such as Found My Animal reclaimed-leather dog collars ($30–$42); MYdrap linen place mats (12 for $36) and cotton napkins (25 for $28) from France; Merchant and Mills sewing boxes ($72) including needles, scissors and tape measure; and Mayron’s Goods Road Packs ($48) full of travel-size, all-natural products (diaper cream, gentle body wash, lotion and lip/cheek balm) that are perfect for new parents.
Venue name: Dry Goods
Contact:
Address: 362 Atlantic Ave
New York

Cross street: between Bond and Hoyt Sts
Opening hours: Tue–Sun noon–7pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, G to Hoyt–Schermerhorn; F, G to Bergen St; 2, 3 to Hoyt St
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