As its name implies, Pino Luongo’s Tuscan Square carries everything that an Italophile could desire from that region. At the restaurant-and-boutique’s warehouse sale, men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, dinnerware, kitchen and home linens, and the like will be 50 to 70 percent off: for example, large earthenware platter, was $80, now $24; glasses, were $24-$28, now $12-$14; men’s polo shirt, was $88, now $44; silk scarf, was $118, now $59; pillows, were $60, now $30; Opalina plates, were $22-$28, now $11-$14. In addition, with any purchase of $50 or more you receive 25 percent off lunch or dinner at Le Madri (168 West 18th Street) for the duration of the sale. Tuscan Square Warehouse, 127 Seventh Ave., at 18th St., second floor (462-1000); A.E., M.C., V.; Mon.-Sat. 9-9, Sun. noon-5; 8/16-9/7.
Paramount Caviar – the purveyor to Le Bernardin, ‘21’, Windows on the World, and 27 Standard, among other top-flight restaurants – is offering its fishy delights to the public at wholesale prices. For example, seven-ounce Beluga Malossol “giant grain,” retail $259, here $196; four-ounce Russian Sevruga Malossol, retail $58, here $48; fourteen-ounce Russian Osetra Malossol, retail $290, here $238. Shipping costs are additional. Call Paramount Caviar at 1-800-99-CAVIAR for next-day delivery; A.E., M.C., V.; 8/10-8/21.
New Kids on the Block
Nick Arrojo and Rodney Cutler, hairstylists previously with such companies as Wella International, Vidal Sassoon and Bumble & Bumble, have decided to strike out on their own. To celebrate their salon’s opening in the Galleria, they’re having a sale: haircut, was $95, now $80.75; single process, was $80, now $68; highlights, were $215, now $182.75. Arrojo Cutler, 115 E. 57th St. (308-3838); A.E., M.C., V.; Mon.-Fri. 9-8, Sat. 9-6; 8/10-9/10 (mention the New York Magazine special).
At Meghan Kinney’s ninth street store, one always runs a good chance of finding a piece of clothing that becomes a true staple. At her summer sale, dry goods are seriously discounted: cotton chintz V-neck dresses, were $140, now $60; stretch-cotton long A-line skirt, was $100, now $60; summer dresses, were $100, now $50; matte crêpe jersey cowl-neck dress, was $150, now $110; cotton-chintz strap dresses, were $150, now $75. Meghan Kinney, 312 E. 9th St. (260-6329); M.C., V.; Tues.-Sun. 1-8; 8/15-8/30.
As summer flowers hit their full bloom, the folks at the Horticultural Society of New York are having a yard sale. Reproduction black cast-iron urns, were $75-$150, now $45-$90; classic scrolled pot trellis, was $19, now $13.30; Snow & Neally long-handled tools, were $16.50-$25, now $11.55-$15; strawberry jars, were $16.50-$25, now $11.55-$17.50; white glazed Portugese cachepots, were $19-$30, now $13.30-$21. All seeds will be 50 percent off, and watering cans will be 30 percent off. Horticultural Society of New York, 128 W. 58th St. (757-0915); A.E., M.C., V., checks accepted; Mon.-Fri. 10-6; through 8/28.
One of our favorite downtown costume-jewelry designers, Andrea Renee, is having a summer sale. For example, sterling-silver necklace – Sean Lennon just bought one – was $78, now $39; flower ring, was $22, now $11; rhinestone-chain crystal choker, was $38, now $19; rhinestone bobby pins, were $12-$25, now $6-$12.50; butterfly necklace, was $58, now $29. Andrea Renee, 119 Sullivan St., (343-2059); A.E., M.C., V.; Tues.-Sun. 12-7; 8/12-8/16.
Take Some Art Glasses
The Art Glass Gallery – the studio in SoHo full of fine hand-blown objects – is having a two-week sale. For example, Charles Lotton Art Nouveau-style table lamp, was $4,200, now $3,600; standing lamp from Clearman Studios, was $1,200, now $1,000; bowls and vases, were $275, now $230; glass jewelry necklaces, were $175, now $150. Similar reductions on barware and ash trays. Art Glass Gallery, 98 Thompson St. (965-1160); A.E., M.C., V.; daily noon-7; 8/15-8/31.