|1241 Park Avenue, Rochester NY, 14610|
|Hours (as of June 2010)|
|Monday & Tuesday: By Chance or by Appointment|
|Wednesday - Friday: 12:00PM to 6:00PM|
|Saturday: 11:00AM - 5:00PM|
|Sunday: 12:00 PM - 4:00PM|
|585 269 9999|
|No - 2" step|
Metro Retro, specializes in "Vintage & Estate Treasures", mostly Mid-Century Modern. This store is quietly stowed away on the mostly residential area of Park Avenue, at the intersection of Colby and Park Ave. There are a variety of second-hand furniture, decorative items, collectibles, antiques, artwork and more - and in every price range. On some Mondays and Tuesdays the owner goes out to collect new treasures, so you might call before going.
The owner also has a lot of items in storage and suggests that you ask if you are looking for something in particular and don't see it in the store.
Metro Retro is the retail outlet of KPV Enterprises.
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2007-09-08 09:45:28 This is a wonderful store. The prices are very reasonable, the stock is all fantastic, and Brian is extremely helpful — he even delivered to my apartment for no extra charge at 8:30am on a Saturday morning. —BradWeslake
2007-09-08 19:34:18 One nice thing about this store is that he seems to make an effort to always have new stuff. If you are familiar with cruising all the antique stores, you know that some shops end up having the same exact things every time you go... so eventually you stop going. Probably due to his reasonable prices, he turns stuff over quick, so that every time you stop in there is something new to see. —DottieHoffmann
2008-04-10 22:43:14 The most random stuff ever. I have scored a couple of unique gifts from here before. Worth a visit. —OneLove
2009-02-08 19:33:38 I found a nice piece for my dining room here. Great, eclectic stuff for quite reasonable price. The help was, well, helpful and very nice/accommodating to aid my search. —NateBurtch
2010-09-17 11:30:49 If you haven't been, GO! —BurbsGal
2012-07-15 11:32:21 The inventory is interesting and turns over. That being said, they need to work on the way they relate to people. This is a small town. Customers are not going to like being treated like walking wallets. A little small talk goes a long way. —Jeremywakes