This roomy New Horizon vintage superstore sprawls over two storefronts. The smaller one is dedicated to art deco and early American furniture, the other to clothes dating from the turn-of-the-century up through the 1970s. Old-timey music spills out of the speakers as locals comb the racks searching for the latest reclaimed treasures.
From '50s housewife to fabulous vamp, motorcycle mama to dapper gent, Rag Mop has the goods, mostly at mid-range prices. Check the $3 rack outside for a possible steal. Loud '40s rayon ties, slick suits, spectator shoes and a big selection of colored bow ties fill out the unusually large menswear department. The ladies can chose from floppy sun hats, plush pimp coats and slinky side-zip dresses with sequin appliques. Kitschy home decor choices include paint-by-numbers images of Jesus and Mary.