The Lucky Store Directory

New York: Queens and Staten Island

Everything Goes

Well worth the trip for affordable dressers, coffee tables, and nightstands. There's even an outdoor annex that features additional furniture, with some of it unfussily arranged in old freight shipping containers.


17 Brook St., Staten Island, 718-273-0568

The Furniture Market

A huge hodgepodge of bargain-priced secondhand pieces: steamer trunks, wicker love seats, '70s pendant lamps. A true neighborhood secret.


22-08 Astoria Blvd., Astoria, 718-545-3935

Kris Tees

Situated on an avenue studded with tavernas and souvlaki joints is this citified spot, filled with clothing from Nicholas K and Mel en Stel, plus eelskin Divine Tribe bags.


24-01 23rd Ave., Astoria, 718-204-5031

Loveday 31

The vintage clothing, shoes, and bags here are incredible—and cost half what you'd pay in Manhattan.


33-06 31st Ave., Astoria, 718-728-4057

Site

One of the city's best (and least-known) home decor emporiums—check out its pink birdcage lantern, elephant-shaped planter, Twig pencils, Suzani pillows, and Saipua soaps.


35-11 34th Ave., Astoria, 718-626-6030, sitedesignnyc.com

Stella Gialla

Glendale, Queens, is slowly becoming the next stop for hipsters migrating eastward from Williamsburg and Bushwick; this shop is one of the lone supporters of indie labels in the area.


80-28 Cooper Ave., Glendale, 718-894-0911