Jono Pandolfi Opens Pop-Up on Vanderbilt Avenue

Vanderbilt Avenue has always been one of our favorite streets in Brooklyn — It’s got Ample Hills and Maison Yaki, after all — but since the Open Boulevard program kicked off, the Vanderbilt scene is on a whole new level.

So, we’re getting in on it. This Friday, we’re opening a summer pop-up shop where you can experience our ceramics first-hand, from process to finished product. You’ll be able to compare our classic styles and glazes in person and we’ll be regularly stocking Special Edition pieces, too. And events! We’ll have a couple of those.


Friday, June 18 - Opening Party
Expect: Music, drinks, and all your friends who are really into food and ceramics.

Thursday, July 8 - Potters’ Happy Hour
Jono and the production team are hosting a Q&A + hangout session at the shop.

Thursday, July 22 - Bottle Service, Live!
Jono’s wife Erica Duecy is an editor, wine expert, and author of the newsletter Bottle Service, which highlights sustainably made, affordably priced wines. She’ll be hosting a wine tasting that will highlight artisan producers making clay-aged (!) wines.

$5 per ticket, which can be applied to a purchase at the store


Jono Pandolfi Designs Pop-Up Shop
631 Vanderbilt Ave.

Open Thursday - Sunday
Starting Friday, June 11
12pm - 8pm

See you there!