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Many interesting items to look at, but the owner David is too young to be such an unfriendly, glowering curmudgeon. He suspects every customer of planning to steal and will follow them throughout the shop. This has happened to me multiple times, a coworker and...More
I was so sad to hear that Rustiques is closing in 10/17. It was such a unique place packed with .... everything. I was there last week, and the tension between the owners was palpable, so I assume that might have something to do with...More
Love this place and the laid back knowledgeable owners. So many great options for a variety of antiques...industrial,. Primitives, etc..stocked full of so many really unique items...a lot larger inside than expected with an upstairs and a lot of nooks and crannies. Priced fairly and...More
Stayed overnight in Newark and visited the store on a Sunday morning. It was nice that it was open at an early hour. The owner has a good eye for decorating and making interesting displays. Fun to wander slowly through and see what catches your...More
Very pleasant visit. It was fun to find treasures. Prices are fair and items are sorted nicely. Found an old buggy step which is really cool that I'm going to turn into a coat hook. Lots of nice old windows, rusty parts and so much...More
Our friend Tom, who does a great back roads traveler blog, told us we had to visit Rustiques. So, we took a 30 mile Sunday afternoon drive east from Rochester to the Erie Canal town of Newark.
The shop is in an old industrial area...More