"We definitely knew it would be a challenge opening during the pandemic, but we also saw opportunity and potential," Azi said. "So far we have seen an incline from week to week in sales, repeat customers and also excellent feedback from the community. We do our best in minimizing wastage and reusing our inventory. Things can only get better."
This is also a homecoming for the brothers, who were born, raised and educated on the Lower East Side. These days they are residing in Queens.
"The best part of it all is coming back and opening a business in the neighborhood we grew up in," Azi said. "It's great when friends and family stop in — those who still live in the area. Overall, it has been a good experience so far and hopefully a better one going forward."here. And on Instagram here.