You are reading

Houseware/Hardware store expected to open next month, while French bakery and beer shop open

kitchen and more

Oct. 24, 2014 By Christian Murray

A kitchen and hardware store located at 47-17 5th Street is expected to open next month.

Ovidio Teja, the owner of Kitchen Plus More, is just waiting on Con Ed approval before he can open.

Taja, who has worked as the general manager at Food Cellar since it opened in 2008, said that he decided to open a kitchen/hardware store since so many grocery store customers would complain that there wasn’t such a store in Hunters Point.

The 2,500 square foot store will sell “anything you can image for the home,” Teja said, whether it be bed sheets or screwdrivers.

The store is currently packed with pots & pans, plumbing items, paint, ironing boards, kitchen appliances to glassware. He said that customers will also be able to get their keys cut at the store too.

He said that anything people can get at Home Depot they will be able to get at his store.

Meanwhile, in other news, the Beer Closet opened last week, while Cannelle Patisserie, the French bakery, opened yesterday.

In addition, Urban Market, the gourmet store located at 2-14 50th Avenue, is expected to open during the first week of November, the general manager said today.

Beer Closet

 

French bakery
email the author: news@queenspost.com

7 Comments

Click for Comments 
Tommy marbles

Glad to see the new housewear hardwear store open in this area really needed this . From the outside doesn’t look very big but looks can fool ya they have it all the workers are friendly and very helpful wish them luck welcome

Reply
LICer

I spoke to the owner of this new hardware store and he said he won’t make it as a high-end store. He prices everything in an attractive price and people can really enjoy the store… Can’t wait for it open!

Reply
yoursource

I’m not trying to be negative. I love the idea of a hardware store coming back to the neighborhood but I guarantee you it will be grossly overpriced.

Reply
Anonymous

That train has left the station a LOOOOng time ago, yoursource. And as long as it is “real hardware” store — and not stocked with ridiculous chrome-plated hammers with organically sourced pure rubber handles — look at it as paying a bit more for the convenience of not having to waste your time schlepping to another neighborhood or getting aggravated at Home Depot. Plus, you’re keeping dollars in ol’ LIC.

Reply
Lic fan

Excellent we need both, a hardware and small kitchen store. Glad to see some variety, hopefully more will follow.

Reply

Leave a Comment
Reply to this Comment

All comments are subject to moderation before being posted.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recent News

Preserving Tradition, Embracing Innovation: A Journey through Katz’s Delicatessen

May. 22, 2024 by Jill Carvajal

In this episode of Schneps Connects, we delve into the captivating history and enduring legacy of Katz’s Delicatessen, a cherished institution in New York City since 1888. Jake Dell, the fifth-generation custodian of Katz’s, joins us to recount the deli’s evolution amidst the ever-changing landscape of NYC. From its iconic “Send a Salami to Your Boy in the Army” campaign to the traditional ticket system, Jake shares insights into the family business and invaluable lessons for entrepreneurs, especially in the demanding restaurant industry of NYC. He unveils some of Katz’s secrets, including the meticulous pastrami-making process that sets them apart, and discusses the enduring allure that keeps customers lining up daily. From expanding catering services to international shipping, Jake reflects on the milestones and challenges of running Katz’s, highlighting his proudest achievements and future aspirations. With a nod to its celebrity following and film appearances, Jake offers a glimpse into the deli’s cultural impact and what lies ahead for this beloved New York institution.