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Don’t let Hoboken’s mile-square size fool you. It may be small, but its brownstones radiate a big city’s vibe of youthful energy complete with hip restaurants, cool bars and funky shops. This vibrant, walk-able small town is a unique delight. Its strategic location on the banks of the Hudson River across from lower Manhattan means waterside walkways boast postcard-perfect views from day to night.
Cape May is home to the Washington Street Mall, an outdoor walking mall spanning three blocks, with brick pathways, decorative fountains, and wooden benches surrounding garden planters.
The Township of Montclair is a truly unique New Jersey community. Nestled at the foot of the First Watchung Mountain, Montclair is most identified by its diverse population, grand old homes, proximity to New York City and its thriving arts community. as well as an art museum, live theaters, art galleries and a wide range of boutiques.
Unique boutiques and an inviting variety of eateries make us one of the most exciting places to shop in South Jersey. Shop at our over 200 shops and galleries. Dine at one of our award winning eateries. Explore our many historic sites and enjoy the sculptures and architecture of our streetscape.
Stroll the many stores in and around The Village of Ridgewood’s historic district. From small mom-and-pop boutique stores to large, well-known, national brand name establishments, Ridgewood’s commercial district has the “we care about you” feel. The flavor of the downtown is seen in its diversity, selection of high quality merchandise and service.
Red Bank embodies the best of all worlds – fine arts and galleries, world class shopping, gourmet and casual dining, premier real estate properties both residential and commercial, theatres and performing arts, diverse cultures, the finest lodging and magnificent natural resources.
Picturesque small town with its eclectic Zagat-rated restaurants, thriving arts and antique community, one of a kind specialties shops and award winning hotels and B&B’s, Lambertville has become a year-round destination.
Indulge in a full variety of styles and locations for shopping. While wandering the pleasant streets of downtown Princeton or the other villages of the region, check out the local bookstores, boutiques, and galleries. Whether it's fine cuisine in elegant or eclectic surroundings, pub food at a local eatery, dining in an historic inn, or casual family dining, the Princeton-Mercer Region has an abundance of restaurants.