Celebrate With Olive My Stuff

Generations of Westporters loved Oscar’s. One of the main reasons was longtime owner Lee Papageorge.

Another reason was Ali. One of Lee’s 2 daughters, she grew up in the downtown hangout. Like her father, she welcomed regulars and newcomers with friendliness and energy.

Ali always loved retail and service. Last March, she started opened a consignment shop. Olive My Stuff is named after her youngest daughter, Olive — Lee’s grandchild.

Ali, Lee and Olive Papageorge.

Her store is on Main Street — in Monroe. She would love to be on Westport’s Main Street, but rents are prohibitive.

Her goal is to build her business, move here, and serve some of her dad’s former customers.

This Saturday (March 24) marks her first anniversary. She’ll celebrate with prizes, refreshments, and pop-up vendors.

Olive My Stuff is hip and eclectic. Oscar’s fans will recognize Ali’s unique style.

Plus, they’ll see a photo of Lee Papageorge, in a place of honor at the front counter.

(Olive My Stuff is at 590 Main Street, Monroe.)

Ali Papageorge, in front of Olive My Stuff.

9 responses to “Celebrate With Olive My Stuff

  1. Arline Gertzoff

    Considering her late father’s generosity to Westport a landlord should offer her space in Westport at fair market value I am sure she would thrive with her entrepeneurial spirit.Good luck

  2. Amy Saperstein

    Congrats Ali!!!
    Hope you can move to Westport soon!
    So happy for you!!!

  3. Hard to forget Oscar and Sally.

  4. Roberta Tager

    Nice!

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  5. Scott Broder

    Congratulations Ali with “Olive My Stuff”💥❗️
    Will make a trip to visit your store 👍🏼
    Miss seeing you in Westport….

  6. Cathy Romano

    You have to go! Olive of my stuff is eclectic! I was there last week and purchased some unique birthday gifts. Great place to spend some time. Love to see it in Westport.

  7. Megan Slingo

    Make the trip up from Westport!! It is totally worth it!!! Ali’s Store is awesome,and now a local favorite here in Monroe!!! We have other fantastic local business & restaurants too, to make a day of it!…Linda’s Story Time is over on 111 and is just the BEST bookstore ever! (Westport connection..Linda once worked at Kleins!)…Last Drop Coffee Shop, Monroe Diner( similar owners to Sherwood)…., .The Mason Jar (unique boutique clothes and gifts they sell the 203 brand), Lorraine K (boutique clothing and homegoods) Seven maples Gift and Garden….It’s just a short drive to SHOP LOCAL!!! If my Mom can drive up from Westport to shop..so can you!!!

  8. Congrats, Al! Love and miss you!