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Fishs Eddy

Shopping, Kitchen and bath Gramercy & Flatiron
5 out of 5 stars
(7user reviews)
Fishs Eddy
Photo by Michael Kirby New York
Walking into this Flatiron spot feels as if you’ve just stumbled upon the best stall at the flea market. Worn-wood shelves support stack upon stack of assorted rainbow-colored dishes ($1–$17), mismatched vintage china ($5–$23), toile teapots ($15–$39) and other kitschy kitchenwares. The amazingly cheap price tags make it worth battling the often-pressing crowds to stock up on assorted flatware ($1–$6 each) and glassware, including oversize stemless martini glasses ($6), elegant champagne flutes ($8) and Italian-style painted wineglasses ($5). If you’re in need of a serious discount, plunder the sale section in the back for never-before-used castoffs from restaurant and hotel suppliers. But there are plenty of affordable, freshly minted kitchen goods too. Local-specific buys include platters printed with the Brooklyn skyline ($17–$25) and Floor Plan dinnerware (from $8 for a five-square-inch “studio” to $33 for a 12-by-16-inch “penthouse”).


Venue name: Fishs Eddy
Address: 889 Broadway
New York
Cross street: at 19th St
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 9am–9pm, Fri–Sat 9am–10pm, Sun 10am-8pm
Transport: Subway: L, N, Q, R, W, 4, 5, 6 to 14th St–Union Sq
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This adorable store, which is celebrating its 30 year anniversary, is located between the Flatiron and Union Square area. It's full of niche thematic dishware - you're sure to find something perfect for your own place, or that would make an amazing gift. Personal favorite is the Brooklynese collection which riffs off of the New York accent. There's also an amazing skyline collection that's been around for a while, its gotten press over the years because it features the twin towers. Don't forget to explore the crannies in the back corners of the store where the shop owners keep vintage pieces and be sure to check in on their rotation collection of fun events.

An enclave for deliciously quirky essential home goods. Friendly service to boot. Decent prices for high quality stuff.

i always want everything in this store! The most fun & cute kitchen gear. Don't pass this spot up.


I love Fishs Eddy. It speaks to my soul—simple yet slightly quirky. Best of all, inexpensive which is good news for someone as clumsy as me. My husband and I sourced all of our dishware and serving platters from here after we got married. Whenever I'm nearby, I like to pop my head in and see what new stuff they have in stock. You will never get bored digging through their stacks of vintage mix-matched plates. Be on the lookout for their design collaborations. I've had to resist walking out with 20 extra cups we don't need. 

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