At the Warehouse is like a box of chocolates...

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You never know what you're gonna find

An often strange (and fun) box of chocolates.

Not everything you find there will be to your taste, but you'll marvel at the wide variety of cool ingredients. At the Warehouse is a little bit Restoration Hardware, a little bit antique shop, a little bit craft store and a little bit kitschy history museum -- with a whole lot of je ne sais quoi.

On a recent trip to find some items to complete the AOA patio-office (one of our happy places) we stumbled on a few things that struck us as weird/fun/cool/bizarre...

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These reminded us so much of childhood trips to places like Hoffman's that we wanted to take them home.

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For when you get a sudden urge to control traffic.

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New sheriff in town? Maybe he needs a door?

Yes, At the Warehouse has advertised on AOA in the past.

Find It

At the Warehouse
20 Learned Street
Albany, NY 12207

(518) 431-0606

The Scoop

For a decade All Over Albany was a place for interested and interesting people in New York's Capital Region. It was kind of like having a smart, savvy friend who could help you find out what's up. AOA stopped publishing at the end of 2018.

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