No Relation Vintage

Thrift / Vintage
204 1st Ave (btwn E 12th & E 13th St)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 228-5201
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm
12:00pm - 8:00pm


  • Very few ladies selection besides coats and boots
  • Bad selection + smelled bad.
  • Crawling with NYU students but I guess that's a good sign for a thrift store! Lots of items at decent prices
  • These are the prices i like to see at a thrift store
  • Unbeatable deals on vintage finds if you have the patience to dig through their store.
  • Fav thrift store in NYC. Throwback jerseys
  • "A vintage clothes seekers paradise and it's a perfect distraction from work." - Jackie Cuscuna and Brian Smith, co-founders - Ample Hills Creamery
  • Been here 3 times, have bought something each time. 5-8 dollar for oversized shirts.
  • Similar to "Urban Jungle thrift store" in Brooklyn, which is part of the L train vintage brand. I found this Marlboro jean jacket for 15bucks, while U.O. is selling similar for 90 dollars. Smh
  • New Doc Martens for 30 bucks whuuuut!
  • Decent selection. Lots of leather jackets. More stuff for men than women.
  • Great prices; be sure to check out downstairs!
  • Carries the widest selection of the hipster uniform (plaid shirts and sweaters) i have seen in one place
  • Cowboy boots in tip top shape, vintage leather jackets in 70s style galore
  • A serious collection of jorts and Hawaiian shirts... If that's your thing.
  • Better for men. Come for leather goods and coats, not vintage dresses.
  • This store carries an expansive selection of vintage clothing and accessoriesmost of which are priced in the $10 to $50 range, with exceptions made for rare finds.
  • Always worth popping in while you are in the neighborhood. The backroom of dresses is my favorite. Remember, you can always have a $10 vintage dress tailored to perfection.
  • Very easy place to pull looks from as a stylist
  • Good cheap vintage. Dresses typically $15-30, shirts $8-15, coats $40-50. Most of the clothes are deadstock from Florida (who knows). Requires digging & imagination but I always find something.

Nearby places

332 E 11th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
180 1st Ave (at E 11th St)
186 2nd Ave (at E 12th St)