Lost Boy Dry Goods has a singular and funky vibe that meshes a lot of different strands: boutique and secondhand, playful and hipster, the wearable and the edible. Whether you're looking for a vintage denim button-up, designer shoes, a throwback telephone, or a bottle of flames-out-your-ears hot sauce (and surely there's something in that hodgepodge that appeals to you, right?), this place is a winner.
The eclectic wares and the various connoisseur lifestyles they suggest echo the time-tested elegance of the venue: the brick-walled, marble-floor interior of the historic Alfred I. Dupont Building. Furnished with all sorts of repurposed and antique features, Lost Boy Dry Goods a pleasure simply to wander through, even if you don't end up buying a pair of veteran cowboy boots or a cult classic of an LP.
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