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Debbie Fisher's collection is more of subtle creativity than loud, make-a-statement pieces. Drawing inspiration from museum art, the jewelry is crafted using gold, silver, precious stones, moonstones, and the like. Necklaces, anklets, delicate earrings, rings, all complete with glittering stones and intricate patterns form a majority of the merchandise. Candles, slippers, personal accessories, and other paraphernalia are also on display. A must-visit for those who know their jewelry. Call ahead for timings.
A superb emporium that is sure to allure audiophiles, the Black Gold Records sells antique vinyl records. Founded by music lovers Sommer Foster-Santoro and Jeff Ogba, this record collection spans various genres, ranging from post-punk to metal, rock, hip-hop, rap and many, many more. For those who just wish to browse through this impressive eclectic collection can do so while sipping on a cup of joe from their wayside cafe.
Named after the mythical Fortress of Solitude featured in the superman comics, the comic book store of the same name at Newark is just as popular with the local fans. The store has a wide range of comic books at cheap and affordable prices that make it popular among young fans. They also stock vintage toys and memorabilia, some of which are quite rare and can be collectibles. Usually, there are some movies playing on the store TV for the entertainment of customers. The staff is friendly and helpful while finding comics and toys. The site does not have its own parking space and one has to park on the street.
A humble grocery store, Caputo’s Fine Foods is a favorite Brooklyners. Specializing in selling the best of Italian produce, they are well-known for their fresh mozzarella and handmade pasta. Located on Court Street, they stock everything, that you will ever need to cook up a decadent Italian meal. Olives, parmesan, pastas, cured meat, fresh ricotta et al are classic finds. Open till 6:30p, they sell items that are imported straight from Italy, along with goodies, that are made freshly on-site.
Old is truly gold. All the items at Yesterday's News might be old, but they sure haven’t lost their shine. Browse through the passel of old silverware, furniture and jewelry and you might find a treasure here. You need a lot of patience, as the store isn't very well organized. Giving a home-feel, you can spend hours here just picking and shifting through it all.
This lively toy store holds within its doors a selection of all of the latest toys and games available for kids. Its shelves are piled with a multitude of toys, ranging from Lego to crayons, for children of all ages. Besides toys, it sells a variety of story books, stationary and candy. They provide haircuts, that are available on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. They are highly recommended for their ability to manage even the most difficult of children.