Fair Folks & a Goat

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Upper East Side

Art, culture and fashion cohabit at Fair Folks & a Goat, which cofounder Anthony Mazzei compares to “a physical magazine or social networking site.” Located on the third floor of a Madison Avenue townhouse, the shop functions as an all-in-one art gallery, event space, café, and contemporary and secondhand boutique. Mazzei and his partner, Aurora Stokowski, approve everything featured here, and Amy Sande-Friedman curates the artwork. The space is appointment-only; e-mail thegoat@fairfolksandgoat.com to set one up, and you’ll be greeted with tea and cookies. The furniture selection ranges from $50-and-under items to pieces that reach well into the thousands, and there’s also plenty of jewelry, photography, books and vintage clothing (including house-made T-shirts for $30) to make the preplanned browsing feel as much like a real shopping trip as it does a gallery visit.

Venue name: Fair Folks & a Goat
Address: 7 E 88th St
New York

Cross street: between Madison and Fifth Aves
Opening hours: By appointment only.
Transport: Subway: 4, 5, 6 to 86th St
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