Shopping at a store with a variety of merchandise is like hunting for treasure, but without encountering deadly pirate curses, digging up musty parrot bones, and discovering that the map only leads to the inside of a coconut. Hunt facilely for treasure with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of amazingly variable housewares, vintage items, jewelry, children’s goods, stationery, and other eclectic gifts at SITE, an Astoria boutique featured in the New York Times. This Groupon cannot be used on sale items.
SITE stocks all sorts of unusual, beautiful, and useful things, from furniture and lighting to handmade jewelry and fun kids' toys, apparel, and decor. Peruse the multitude of funky or chic Queens-themed wares, or savor the smells of soaps, balms, and other bath/body blissers. Red currant soap from Brooklyn-based Saipua ($8.95) is a luxurious way to punish a potty mouth, while a ceramic cupcake ($14.95) can reward a child or good guest with a fresh handheld cake. The utmost care and an expert eye hones SITE’s stock of vintage goods, showcasing bright and flower-splashed aprons (starting at $28). As a gift for a mountain man, pick up a bundle of twig pencils ($5.50). With so many ever-changing funky, chic, and elegant items to choose from, shopping at SITE is always more rewarding and surprising than digging designer gold fillings out of gutters near nightclubs.
This Groupon is valid in-store only.
SITE has been featured in both local and national publications, including the New York Times, Lucky magazine, and New York magazine. Time Out New York recently named SITE one of the Best Indie Shops in Astoria. Yelpers give SITE four stars out of five, saying:
- I know that every time I swing by SITE, they are gonna have something new and interesting to see. – Kris D.
- The pieces that were selected for sale there are all charming/well-crafted/clever/beautiful, etc. A lot of thought went into this store, and it's not lost on me, or apparently, the other shoppers. – Gracie G.
- My apartment is full of stuff I bought here- handmade pillows, a Chinese-style plant stand, funky earrings, and now, an adorable raccoon-in-a-garbage-can hand puppet. – Melanie B.
3511 34th Ave.
Astoria, New York 11102Get Directions