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E.B. Meyrowitz & Dell

Opening Hours
Today: 9am–6pm
Thurs:
9am–6pm
Fri:
9am–6pm
Sat:
10am–4pm
Sun:
Closed
Mon:
9am–6pm
Tues:
9am–6pm
Location
19 West 44th Street
Neighborhoods
E.B. Meyrowitz & Dell 1 Eyewear and Opticians Midtown West

Teddy Roosevelt, Amelia Earhart, and Charles Lindberg are among the noteworthy clients that E.B. Meyorwitz & Dell has been crafting “made-to-measure” frames for since 1875. Today, be it in their New York, London or Paris shops, one can still be fitted for a pair of the same classy, high quality spectacles.

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