NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- The Little Lebowski is only 400 square feet. But in this tiny Greenwich Village establishment is packed enough merchandise based on 1998's The Big Lebowski to become an international hot spot.The store's owners, Roy Preston and Nicholas Dollak, make sure customers feel like they are in the movie. The store's dressing room also serves as a mock bowling alley, with rigged paper pins that flatten or pop up as the door opens and closes. Visitors can have their picture taken with their face in a cutout of the character Jesus Quintana (more characters coming soon) amid Lebowski T-shirts, DVDs, figurines and other trinkets.
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