Meyer the Hatter
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Meyer the Hatter information
This cluttered shop a half-block from Canal St has a truly astounding inventory of world-class hats. Biltmore, Dobbs, and Stetson are just a few of the milliners represented. Fur felts dominate in fall and winter, and flimsy straw hats take over in spring and summer. The selection of lids for the ladies seemed a wee bit skimpy on our last visit.