pink olive opens its first flagship store in east village, manhattan!
the east village, a hidden jewel of lower manhattan, is the perfect fit for pink olive. the store assortment combines three of grace's passions – baby, gifts and getaway and is a one-stop destination for finding the perfect gift! shopping at pink olive will be like having grace as your own personal shopper – you will want to make off with all her stuff! rounding out the mix are vintage accessories, handpicked by grace to complement the shop's current selections.

FULL of culture and charm, pink olive in east village is a place to escape the regular routines and stresses of our day-to-day life. it's the perfect "getaway" trip! you can venture through these charming streets in search for unusual finds, home décor products, clothes, exceptional wine and food. this is a place that is quaint and energetic for the creative spirit to soar. families can also relax at the park after a day of shopping and savoring on scrumptious meals. grace brings to east village her sense of style and passion for retail – a perfect addition to the east village family!
be a part of one of the best kept secret in manhattan!
come visit pink olive
439 east 9th street (between 1st and ave a)
new york, new york 10009
store hours: mon-fri 12pm-8pm; sat 12-7pm; sun 12-6pm


adorable & unique

by Jeenieping at Citysearch

I'm from Florida & just happened to find this store while walking by- it's full of unique gifts- not just for baby but for adults & home too! Def. a one-of-a-kind store that's worth going to- i can't wait to go back. i'm glad you can shop online too!
  • Pros: unique gifts
5 Star Rating: Highly Recommended


For lovers of unique hight-quality beautiful items

by martipika at Citysearch

This is a candy-like boutique for kids, moms and anyone who's looking for a unique card or gift. Beautiful hand-made toys, creative decor and friendly staff make this a one-of-a-kind shopping experience.
  • Pros: Original appealing design
  • Cons: A little pricey


A feminine East Village boutique designed for women doing one-stop shopping.

by Keith Wagstaff at Citysearch

This quaint shop is owner Grace Kang's way of bringing together her holy trinity of shopping: baby, gift and getaway items. The boutique's exposed brick walls and dangling chandeliers create a homey atmosphere for baby products like stuffed animals and onesies sporting slogans such as "Gucci Coo" and "Burpberry." Stationery and candles make for good housewarming gifts, while soon-to-be vacationers can find beauty products, light reading, flip-flops, Michael Stars tops and a small collection of vintage clothing.