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Another Williamsburg Children's Store Closing, Moving Online

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If three's a trend, then we're well on our way. Bedford & Bowery reports that the children's boutique Wonderwolf, which just celebrated its one-year anniversary, is closing up shop on Metropolitan Avenue this Friday. The good news: they're keeping the online store. Until then, all merchandise is 50% off.

This news comes right after we reported that Cute Attack, also a children's store located on Metropolitan Avenue, is abandoning brick-and-mortar for e-commerce. They're being replaced by Brooklyn Flea vendor Smallhome, opening in March.
· Wonderwolf Is Folding Its Teepee For Good [B&B]
· Kid's Store Cute Attack Taking a Time Out From Brick and Mortar [Racked NY]
· The Tykes of Williamsburg Now Have Their Own Shoe Boutique [Racked NY]

Wonderwolf

377 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11211