Summer Sale Report

Haus Alkire

I generally cover sales as advertising, but I thought I’d make an exception this summer. (Support local businesses!) And if you see a juicy sale—or if your shop is having a sale anytime before Labor Day—send me the info to

Haus Alkire (above)
The summer sale, which just started, includes all spring styles, excluding made-to-orders and accessories. 45 White.

Annelore (right)
The spring/summer 2013 collection is on sale now until stock runs out. 18 Jay.

Cosmopolitan Café
The charming little café at 95 W. Broadway, has to close soon, so this Wednesday, June 19, there will be two sales. First up, at 2:30 p.m., is an auction of kitchen equipment and fixtures. Then, from 4 to 8 p.m., comes a tag sale of vintage Tribeca, café, and soda fountain collectibles in the bigger café’s secret back room (enter around the corner at 125 Chambers). You’re also welcome to stop by Monday or Tuesday for a private viewing. Owner Craig Bero says he’ll be treating visitors to the sale to ice cream: grasshopper (a family recipe for three generations), strawberry and Champagne punch, and Door County, Wisc., cherry crêpe.

Korin is having a knife sale in July: All knives (excluding Glestain and clearance items) will be 15% off, and Korin is offering free initial sharpening on all orders.

Working Class Emporium
In preparation for the store’s closing, everything is 40% off.

Pompanoosuc Mills
The furniture store is moving one door to the south, into the space where the Egg Baby pop-up was. Until then, floor models are on sale. 124 Hudson.

My Little Sunshine
All clothes and select shoes are 20% off. 145 Hudson.

Gary Graham
Up to 90% off (including past seasons), from Thursday, June 20, to Saturday, June 22. 176 Franklin.

Steven Alan
Steven Alan’s online-only sample sale starts Wednesday (at time TBD) and runs till midnight Saturday. Expect men’s, women’s, and home.

Matt Bernson
Matt Bernson is having a summer sample sale: Thursday, June 27, to Sunday, June 30, 138 W. Broadway (that’s where the 25Park pop-up is), 11 a.m.-7 p.m. What to expect: “Sandals, flats, wedges, heels,” starting at $50. (Waiting to hear if any men’s product will be there.) Cash only.



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