Astoria, Boutiques, Shopping
Mar 23, 2017

Join the Spring Retail Crawl Through Astoria This Weekend

The Astoria Spring Retail Crawl starts tomorrow! Support your local businesses.

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From Friday, March 24 to Sunday, March 26 support your local small retail shops and join the Spring Retail Crawl! “We saw such amazing support from our community during Small Business Saturday that we wanted to keep the local love going,” says Nicole Panettieri, owner of The Brass Owl and organizer of this event. “Doing a Spring crawl gives us a chance to try some new things and thank the community for their continued local support.”


Like with the Small Business Saturday crawl, there’s a passport involved, as well as a big giveaway and goodie bags. Here’s how to participate in the Retail Crawl on this first weekend of Spring:

  • Shop at any of the participating stores and have a passport signed (passports available at each store)
  • Drop off your completed passport at The Brass Owl, Chateau Le Woof, The Geekery, Lavender Label, or Lockwood by 3/27
  • If you shop at four or more stores you will get a goodie bag.
  • If you shop at eight or more stores you will be entered in to win a grand prize of gift cards from all 17 stores, worth $480!

Here’s who’s participating:

  • The Astoria Bookshop (31-29 31st Street)
  • Belief NYC (24-01 29th Street)
  • The Brass Owl (36-19 Ditmars Blvd)
  • Broadway Silk (35-11 Broadway)
  • Château le Woof – Pet Market & Café (30-02 14th Street)
  • The Geekery HQ (42-11 Broadway)
  • HiFi Records & Cafe (23-19 Steinway Street)
  • Inside Astoria (28-07 Ditmars Blvd)
  • Jumping Bulldog (26-20 23rd Avenue)
  • Lavender Label (29-03 23rd Avenue)
  • Lockwood (32-15 33rd Street)
  • Lockwood Style (33-02 Broadway)
  • LoveDay 31 (33-06 31st Avenue)
  • Petals & Roots (31-27 31st Street)
  • QED: A Place to Show & Tell (27-16 23rd Avenue)
  • The Stonework (37-06 Ditmars Blvd)
  • TOCA NYC STORE (14-05 31st Drive)

We hope you have a great time participating in Astoria’s Spring Retail Crawl this weekend!

About Meg Cotner

Meg Cotner was trained as a harpsichordist and now works as a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of "Food Lovers' Guide to Queens," and is a skilled and avid home cook, baker, and preserver.

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