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New York

Nolita


Nolita

Holiday Hours 

 Christmas Eve 12 PM - 4 PM

Christmas Day CLOSED

 

Address
United States 255 Elizabeth Street
New York NY, 10012
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Hours
  • Sun 11:00 AM—6:00 PM
    Mon 12:00 PM—7:00 PM
    Tue 12:00 PM—7:00 PM
    Wed 12:00 PM—7:00 PM
    Thu 12:00 PM—7:00 PM
    Fri 12:00 PM—7:00 PM
    Sat 12:00 PM—7:00 PM
The Service
1 844 548 6223
helpme@kitandace.com

Complimentary Mindfulness Sessions

Join us for a group mindfulness session.

Learn to power down so you can power back up.

Every 2nd Wednesday of the month. Check showroom for times.

Features

  • The Wall

    Our dedicated artist’s space. Always fresh, always local
  • Iconic Photo

    Local photography on a grand scale gives you fresh perspective on your city.
  • Technical Atelier and Monogramming

    Part tailor shop, part design lab, part monogram studio, our Technical Atelier is a hub of innovation right inside our shop.
  • Nolita
  • Nolita
  • Nolita

When exploring Soho or lower Manhattan, our studio is a perfect launching point – we are in the middle of it all, but just enough off the beaten path. You will often find people hanging out at our custom Supper Club table by Uhuru Design, so grab a coffee and come by for some great conversation. You can also check out the prototypes being made by our designer-in-residence at our Technical Atelier, an in-house design lab. Be sure to stop by next time you are in the neighbourhood!


-Alexandra Brown, Showroom Director

Meet the Neighbours

  • Mothers Ruin

    Mothers Ruin

    18 Spring St, New York


    This quaint dive is usually packed, but the ambiance provides ample room for conversation. We always opt for the Hot Toddy, but craft cocktails here (take your pick) are beloved by locals.

  • The Butcher's Daughter

    The Butcher's Daughter

    19 Kenmore St, New York


    With a 100 per cent vegetarian and non-dairy menu that changes daily, it is not just the beautiful decor that keeps us coming back; order the smashed avocado toast with eggs – this dish never disappoints.

  • McNally Jackson Store

    McNally Jackson Store

    234 Mulberry Street


    Any good idea deserves to be written down on beautiful stationary with a nice pen – find them here along with striking desk accessories and stationary.

  • Love Adorned

    Love Adorned

    269 Elizabeth St, New York


    Home to eye-catching jewellery, books and artisan goods, this jack-of-all-trades boutique features a curated selection of the coolest finds.

  • The High Line

    The High Line

    Gansevoort to 34th St, New York


    This elevated park will have you seeing the West Side of New York from an all-new perspective. Fun fact: the park was built on an old railroad track.

  • Ruby's Cafe

    Ruby's Cafe

    219 Mulberry Street


    This neighbourhood spot serves authentic Australian fare that keeps us coming back. The coffee is exceptional, rivaled only by the atmosphere.

  • Freemans

    Freemans

    End of Freeman Alley


    Head to the end of the alley to find this hidden restaurant tucked away from the bustle of the city. The food is top shelf and there are two bars to keep you busy while you wait for a table. We love to kill time with a Paisley Park.

  • Greecologies

    Greecologies

    379 Broome Street


    Step inside this minimalist cafe for made-on-site authentic Greek yogurt with a selection of fruit, nuts, honey and preserves. Grab a seat at the back patio and bask in some serious NYC vibes.

  • Morganstern's Finest Ice Cream

    Morganstern's Finest Ice Cream

    2 Rivington Street


    Visit Morgenstern’s for old school ice cream parlour vibes (the employees wear vintage uniforms) with modern flavours (we recommend the Burnt Honey or Salted Pretzel). They are open late so you can cool down after a long day.

  • Maman

    Maman

    239 Centre Street


    Some things in life just need to be savoured, including the whole menu at Maman. Enjoy the family style seating in the spacious backroom as you sip your coffee. Fair warning: the blueberry lavender cake is a must.

  • NoMo Kitchen

    NoMo Kitchen

    9 Crosby Street


    This bar serves amazing pours and (bonus) it is located inside a glass atrium filled with greenery. When you need to decompress, you might as well do it in style.

  • ModelFit

    ModelFit

    212 Bowery


    Get the body of your (model) dreams. The fresh approach to fitness offers workouts designed to lengthen and tone muscles instead of building bulk.

  • Ten Over Ten

    Ten Over Ten

    132 West Houston


    This is no average nail salon. This bright and beautiful space uses cruelty free, vegan, made-in-the-USA products that provide a truly holistic experience. Once you’re done, let your nails dry al fresco in the relaxed backyard space.

  • MNDFL

    MNDFL

    10 East 8th Street


    Power down at this mindfulness studio. Book your cushion ahead of time for a 30 or 45-minute class. The space is lovely and the instructors are experts at guiding you along.

  • New Museum

    New Museum

    235 Bowery


    Founded by Marchai Tucker in 1977, this contemporary art gallery is a New York must-see. Daily tours are a great way to get to know the art better.

  • Bleeding Hearts Mural

    Bleeding Hearts Mural

    192 Mott Street


    The murals and local street art in this area add a significant amount of character to our neighbourhood. Check out one of the most famous – the Bleeding Hearts Mural by James Goldcrown.

  • Angelika Film Center

    Angelika Film Center

    18 West Houston Street


    Add a little je ne sais quoi to your date night at this theatre, where you can watch those hard-to-find, up-and-coming independent and foreign films.

  • Tenement Museum

    Tenement Museum

    103 Orchard Street


    This Lower East Side landmark houses a museum that includes authentic restored apartments, which showcase the lives of immigrants who lived in the building from the mid-1800s to the early 1900s.

  • Clic

    Clic

    255 Centre Street


    This two-room shop features beautiful home goods, books and other covetable treasures. Head here if you are interested in seeing how a proper “New Yorker” should decorate.

  • BDDW

    BDDW

    5 Crosby Street


    All of our latest obsessions can be found at this rustic furniture shop filled with handcrafted designs created by Tyler Hays. Insider tip: they host a late-night archery club – head into the shop for more details.