Paw Paw Boutique at 279 Broome Street

Posted on: May 25th, 2011 at 6:18 am by

Dog-owning fashionistas residing in the neighborhood can now piss away their dollars in a different type of boutique shop.  The pet-themed boutique.  Hell, wild animals need doting, too…

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Paw Paw Boutique fills the local void we didn’t know existed, having surfaced in the most unlikely of locales.  The store is situated in an area defined more by its gag-inducing olfactory pungency – 279b Broome Street between Eldridge and Allen – and offers a small selection of toys, food, leashes, and other canine accessories.  However, the pastel Paw sticks out like a sore thumb amidst the collection of food wholesalers, wireless outposts, and Chinese community spaces.

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