Spotted On Green Street: Skateboards & Seasoning

December 5, 2010 ·
Filed under: 11222, Greenpoint, Greenpoint Brooklyn, Greenpoint Magic 

Some of you may recall last month the tailor shop located at 173 Green Street relocated across Manhattan Avenue and into a questionably legal situation. Well, Sasteria San Miguel’s space didn’t remain vacant for long.

I present to you, TINC, (as is in: There Is No Cool) a “street wear/vintage variety/skateboard shop. While hardly the skateboarding type (I have grown to accept that I should leave anything with wheels to the experts), I took a peek inside. Here’s what I found!

Hats and Brooklynalia.


Shirts and shoes.

Another skateboard and this really nifty purse. But the item of foremost interest to yours truly was this:

Hot sauce— made by the store owner’s mom*, no less! Naturally I purchased a bottle and am quite eager to try it. Perhaps a review of this product will be forthcoming in the future? Only time will tell. In the meantime you can check out TINC in cyberspace by clicking here.

Status: Open as of December 4, 2010
173 Green Street
Brooklyn, New York 11222

Miss Heather

*Who is a very nice lady. I remember her as being one of the nicer customers the junk shop has had of late. What’s more, I think it is cute that she helped her son, Seth, hang up the sign which graces this storefront!

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