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Sun, 10am-6pm; Mon-Thu, 9am-7pm; Fri, 9am-2pm; Sat, closed
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Q at Ave. M
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This fully-loaded home-appliance fortress greets customers with phalanxes of washers, dryers, ranges, and refrigerators, but keeps its most impressive finds in the long, narrow showroom to the right of the entrance. Sheer wooden cabinetry seamlessly connects to camouflaged fridge doors and pull-out stove-burner shelves in Sub-Zero’s “Living Kitchen,” a futuristic model marketed to customers for whom money is no object. Hard-to-find, high-end brands like Bertazzoni and Wolf also hold court. Purchase and installation of one of these more deluxe setups (performed by Drimmers’ own crew or in conjunction with your building contractors) can run up into the mid-five-figures, but much more affordable lines like Viking and Frigidaire are easy to find in the main showroom. There’s also a haphazard selection of appliances, like crock-pots, cookware, and vacuums, in the store’s small upstairs extension. Customers can consult with staffers in the bullpen of desks towards the back of the store, and Drimmers works with independent local movers to transport new purchases all over the city.