‘Shop Brooklyn’ Boutique Nights Come to Brooklyn Heights

Next Wednesday and Thursday, July 29 and 30, a number of Brooklyn Heights shops will participate in the Shop Brooklyn Boutique Fashion Nights.

The shops will remain open to 10 p.m. and each shop will feature discount offerings, a designer and wine and cheese.

Participating Brooklyn Heights after the jump:

Cafe on Clinton
268 Clinton Street

Eamonns Restaurant
174 Montague Street

Hair Profiles
137 Montague Street

Heights Books
109 Montague Street 120 Smith Street

James Weir Floral Co.
155 Montague Street

Jewels by Satnick
187 State Street

JL Merge Company, Inc.
120 Montague Street

Korres Natural Products
140 Montague Street

Montague Wines and Spirits
78 Montague Street

Tenda Asian
118 Montague Street

For more information on Shop Brooklyn Boutique Fashion Nights and updates on participating vendors, visit www.visitbrooklyn.org, www.ishopbrooklyn.com, www.wunderbloc.com, or call 718-802-3846.

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  • Berkeley Grosvenor

    This has got to be the most craptacular idea since they pedestrianized Montague Street last summer. Will there be knitters making custom covers for the wine glasses?

  • Jose Uribe

    There are so many wonderful boutiques in BH. This is a great idea. Will Dimples participate?

  • GHB

    Heights Books, huh? Didn’t they move? To another neighborhood?

  • Homer Fink

    Ah once again our copy editor was too busy reading Dianetics to find that faux paus.

  • hickster

    Berkeley, you need to see if there is a cozy to warm up you craptacular attitude.

  • Berkeley Grosvenor

    Thanks, Hickster. Bring back Mr. Souvlaki and my attitude will adjust.

  • David on Middagh

    BG: I miss Mr. Souvlaki, too, but I found delicious shish kebab on the menu at the Henry Street Ale House.

  • hickster

    i was never a fan of mr. souvlaki, but if a shish-kebab will kelp you get that stick out you butt, i will see what i can do.

  • nabeguy

    Hickster, you’re not suggesting that BG sit on a stick and gyr(o)ate?

  • Cranky

    I miss Mr. Souvlaki and Costas the waiter. :-(

  • stacey

    I don’t understand why this was posted. I went to a number of places last night on this list and none of the workers knew what the heck I was talking about. Someone please explain this to me. Is this bogus info?

  • Cranky

    Yeah, what happened with this? I went to a couple of the stores and and nobody knew anything about it.

    Now that’s craptacular!

  • Sarah Portlock

    We messed up; our sincerest apologies. Here’s a link to an updated post: http://brooklynheightsblog.com/archives/11851.