Our 222 Grand Street location is a unique and historic Williamsburg, Brooklyn property dating back to the late 1800s. The cast iron façade is particularly rare for the neighborhood. We spent a lot of time and effort attempting to preserve this history and the space’s natural beauty. The building has “good bones” and we tried our best to reveal and emphasize these bones in our design. The below “before” and “after” photos will give you great insight as to how far our space has come since we first took possession.
Monday – Friday: 11am – 8pm
Saturday: 10am – 8pm
Sunday: 11am – 7pm
If you reside in Williamsburg, well, you have it easy. But even if you’re traveling to us from the other boroughs, you’re in luck.
- From within Brooklyn: Accessible by the G train (10min stroll from the Metropolitan Ave stop)
- From Manhattan: Accessible by the L train (4min and 31sec jaunt from the Bedford stop); J, M or Z train (10min jaunt from the Marcy Ave stop)
- From Queens: Accessible by the G train (10min stroll from the Metropolitan Ave stop)
Williamsburg is better than most NYC neighborhoods for parking; often you’ll be able to find parking on the street near our store. Otherwise, there are garages nearby. A bit of friendly advice: playing roulette with NYC meter maids is not recommended. They are ninja assassins.