ABC Carpet & Home

888 Broadway (at E. 19th St.)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 473-3000 | | map
Nearest subway station: 4-5-6-L-N-Q-R @ 14 St.-Union Sq.
Nearest elevator subway station: L-N-Q-R @ 14 St.-Union Sq. (Note: The elevator is located on the NE corner of E. 14th St. & Union Sq. E. and serves the L-N-Q-R trains only. You must use stairs to access the 4-5-6 trains.)

Mon-Wed 10AM-7PM | Thurs 10AM-8PM | Fri-Sat 10AM-7PM | Sun 11AM-6:30PM

Concept: A boho-modern home emporium slash treasure chest, artfully cluttered with pretty things. Departments include furniture (both new and vintage), carpets and rugs, lighting, mirrors, bedding  and bath, tabletop, upholstery, some apparel and accessories. The merchandise is luxe and in many cases made from organic, natural, or reclaimed materials.

Goods for kids: On the 3rd floor: clothing and accessories for newborns to age 4, nursery furniture and décor, toys, books, keepsake gifts.

Popular brands: DwellStudio, Oeuf, Anais & I, Album di Famiglia, Vilac, Hansa, PlanToys.

Food & drink: There are three restaurants on the ground floor. Le Pain Quotidien has the simplest fare, but all restaurants are casual and have high chairs and plenty of ambient noise.

  • ABC Kitchen, New American with an emphasis on the local and organic (Lunch Mon-Fri 12PM-3:30PM | Brunch Sat-Sun 11AM-3:30PM | Dinner Sun-Thurs 5:30PM-10PM, Fri-Sat 5:30PM-11:30PM)
  • ABC Cocina, Latin American with the same emphasis on local and organic products (Lunch Mon-Fri 12PM-3PM | Brunch Sat-Sun 11AM-3PM, Dinner Mon-Wed 5:30PM-10:30PM, Thurs 5:30PM-11PM, Fri-Sat 5:30PM-11:30PM, Sun 5:30PM-10PM)

Changing tables: Yes, in all ladies’ rooms. 

Online ordering: Yes, for a limited selection of children’s toys, bedding, and decorative items.

Good to know: On weekends during the Christmas season (i.e, after Thanksgiving, click here for the 2014 schedule), one of the most charming Santa Clauses you will ever see sits near the main entrance for photographs with children. There is no photographer or fee, just bring your own camera and a heavy dose of patience, because lines usually snake around the corner down E. 19th St.

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