Ontario Mall Antiques opens second location in Irondequoit

Feb 2, 2016

Ontario Mall Antiques is an Irondequoit Chamber Member
Owner Matt Guche (center) cuts the ribbon with his father Bill Guche (left) who is also the manager of the Irondequoit location. (Matt's antique scissors were sold by Rochester business Charles Adam Optical & Cutlery, circa 1900.)

Ontario Mall Antiques has opened a second location at 1850 East Ridge Road in Irondequoit. The new location, chock full of antiques and collectibles, is very much like the wildly successful destination antique shopping emporium that has been in Farmington since 1993. Irondequoit Town Supervisor Adam Bello and several Irondequoit Chamber of Commerce Board Members welcomed Ontario Mall Antiques with a Ribbon Cutting on February 2, 2016.

The Irondequoit location employs eight people and at 17,000 square feet is more than a half size bigger than the Farmington location. More than 300 glass cases and more than 70 booth spaces sell a variety of items, including artwork, jewelry and coins, toys, records, furniture, pottery and ceramics, vintage clothing, clocks and timepieces, military items, books, and tools. Memories and nostalgia are free!

Located on the lower level behind Planet Fitness, Ontario Mall Antiques has plenty of parking and is open seven days a week, 10am to 6pm. Some dealer booth space is still available, but is expected to be filled before summer.

For more information, visit: ontariomallantique.com

Ontario Mall Antiques is a member of the Irondequoit Chamber of Commerce.

Irondequoit Town Supervisor Adam Bello enthusiastically welcomes Ontario Mall Antiques to Irondequoit.