Honey in the Rough Pop-Up at 129 Rivington Street

Posted on: November 16th, 2010 at 6:18 am by

Now that Everybody’s Going to Heaven is with the retail spirit in the sky, their former digs has become temporary home to an established neighborhood boutique. Honey in the Rough, which currently operates out of 161 Rivington Street, is amidst a nine-day sample sale at the onetime locksmith shop. Through November 21, the pop-up operation will include discounted dresses, shoes, and jewelry. Hours are 12 pm to 8 pm daily.

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So, at this very moment, three different retail generations are represented at 129 Rivington Street.  The awning above shows remnants of both Everybody’s Going to Heaven and Lower East Side Locksmith, while the glass carries a decal of Honey in the Rough.  Interesting, indeed.  Perhaps the fate of this storefront will be relegated to an always-evolving pop-up space.

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