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Goddess And Grocer Owner Opens Vintage Home Goods Pop-Up In Bucktown

Goddess Home & Flea includes items Debbie Sharpe has collected over the years, from Maryse Boxer's flower plates to Illy espresso cups.

Items for sale at the Goddess Home & Flea pop-up in Bucktown.
Steven Magstadt / Provided

BUCKTOWN — The owner of Goddess and Grocer has opened a neighboring pop-up shop filled with vintage home decor, kitchen supplies, artwork and more.

Through June 5, Debbie Sharpe will sell items out of Goddess Home & Flea, 1645 N. Damen Ave. The shop neighbors the Bucktown Goddess and Grocer, 1649 N. Damen Ave.

The pop-up includes items Sharpe has collected over the years, such as Maryse Boxer’s flower plates, Murano glasses and serve ware, Illy espresso cups, tapestries, framed art and more. Restaurant-quality brands such as Oneida and Stolzle, will be sold, too.

Credit: Steven Magstadt / Provided
Items for sale at the Goddess Flea & Home pop-up in Bucktown.

Goddess and Grocer, a gourmet grocer and deli, opened in Bucktown in 2004.

Today, Sharpe has three other locations: 901 N. Larrabee Ave. in River North; 1127 N. State St. in Gold Coast; at O’Hare Airport. A fifth location is opening this summer in the West Loop, 911 W. Randolph St. 

RELATED: Goddess And Grocer Coming To The West Loop This Summer

The pop-up’s of operation are 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily. For more information, follow Goddess Flea on Instagram.

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