the store actually freaked me out for months. I finally went in. The sales people are super pushy, i just took my time and ended up buying 2 pairs of slammin' boots for the a real...
A small, average shoe selection. A coffee bar. A giant flatscreen TV playing sports and MTV. Constant stream of friends of the owners wandering in and out. Very strange place.
The SceneOne of the prettiest blocks of Soho is made more attractive and approachable by this mix of coffee house and shoe store. An ancient-looking wooden bench sits outside, with green plants as bookends and a chalkboard announcing fresh pastries and sandwich specials--even fresh H&H bagels. Inside, grab a latte at the coffee bar, take a seat at one of the charming tiled tables, then peruse the footwear for sale in the rear.The GoodsLeave it to an Italian shoe retailer to find and sell the tastiest raspberry scone this side of the Atlantic. Shaped more like a chubby cookie, it's slightly more sugary than the average biscuit, with each berry bringing a tinge of bittersweet. Delish. The shoes--and many, many boots--are standard fare, black in many shapes and heels, many for under $200. Also find a smattering of handsome Byblos heels, and unique men's shoes, like a real looker from Cappeletti: square-toed, with matte mustardy leather offset by cream-colored stitching. Yum.
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