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And While in Red Hook...

There’s more here than cheap furniture, the Good Fork, and Fairway.

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Map by Jason Lee  

1. Liberty Sunset Garden Center
204–207 Van Dyke St., nr. Conover St.; 718-858-3400
The nursery just unveiled a 30,000-square-foot yard with a windmill.

2. Home/Made
293 Van Brunt St., nr. Pioneer St.; 203-496-1169
Green-minded and antique wares starting July 3.

3. Brooklyn Ice House
318 Van Brunt St., nr. Pioneer St.; 718-222-1865
A new BBQ-and-beer joint in the former Pioneer Bar-B-Q space.

4. Metal and Thread
398 Van Brunt St., nr. Coffey St.; 718-414-9651
The artist-owned shop sells metal mesh jewelry and antique oddities.

5. Pier Glass
499 Van Brunt St., at the harbor, Ste. 2A; 718-237-2073
Pick up hand-forged copper and glass bowls at this husband-and-wife-owned studio.

6. Saipua
392 Van Brunt St., nr. Dikeman St.; 718-624-2929
The soap makers hand-cut and air-dry bars on-site.

7. Erie Basin
388 Van Brunt St., at Dikeman St.; 718-554-6147
Recent finds: Victorian earrings, gemstone brooches.

8. Atlantis
351 Van Brunt St., nr. Wolcott St.; 718-858-8816
The reclaimed-furniture shop resembles a well-preserved attic.

9. Annabelle’s
44 Beard St., at Dwight St.; 718-643-1500
A new New Orleans–inspired restaurant.

10. Valentino Park and Pier
Entrance on Coffey and Ferris Sts.
Because you’ll be needing some fresh air after the Ikea madness.


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