Where to Shop around The Westin Mount Laurel
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Whether or not Mount Laurel, New Jersey, counts as a suburb of Philadelphia remains subject to contention, but this township east of the Delaware River stands on its own as a community built around green, open spaces and bustling centers of business.
4816 Church Rd, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054, USA
If you are in Mount Laurel between May and December, it is worth your while to check out the produce at Cheyenne's Road Market. This rustic locale on Church Street is open every day except Wednesdays, but visitors should call ahead (856 983-6361)...
2000 NJ-38, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002, USA
Touted as the first air-conditioned indoor shopping mall east of the Mississippi (first prize goes to whoever can name the top ten in chronological order), the Cherry Hill Mall has been around since 1961. Open every day until 9:30, except Sundays...
3 N Haddon Ave, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, USA
Even during the height of its popularity, sports card collecting was very much a fringe activity, practiced by obsessives who fussed over stuff like frayed corners and the odds of finding rare inserts. Today there aren’t as many places where one...
100 Church Rd, Evesham Township, NJ 08053, USA
Easily one of the most well-stocked wine and liquor stores in New Jersey, Traino’s on Church Road has been lifting spirits since 1946. The exhaustive catalog features vino from six different continents, as well as an enviable selection of beer,...
121 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, USA
If you want to hit the trails in the Mt. Laurel area, but forgot to pack your running shoes, chances are you can find something suitable at the Haddonfield Running Company on Kings Highway East. A specialty shop for runners of all levels, this...
8 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, USA
Founded in 2005 to cater to the adventurous whims of extreme sport aficionados, Freeride Sports has successfully made a name for itself by providing reliable service to cyclists and skaters alike. Don’t be fooled by the laid-back demeanor of the...
Cherry Hill, NJ 08002, USA
You may already look pretty fabulous, but there’s no overestimating the importance of a well-chosen accessory. If you’re looking to complete an ensemble, Cranky’s in Cherry Hill has a well-curated selection of women’s handbags, clutch purses,...
528 Mt Laurel Rd, Mt Laurel, NJ 08054, USA
Need a machete to traverse your backyard? A visit to Eric’s Nursery and Garden Center may be in order. They do not sell machetes, but they do have a successful team of landscape architects and gardeners to provide full-service to corporate and...
929 Haddonfield Rd, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002, USA
Learning Express in Cherry Hill is a toy store for active kids of all ages. With an emphasis on products and brands that engage children intellectually, as well as physically, this place has a great selection of construction toys, puzzles, and...
201 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ 08033, USA
It’s heaven for the tots at The Happy Hippo, a locally owned toy store on the corner of Haddonfield’s main drag. The selection here tends to favor the classics—think slinkies and jack-in-the-boxes, but there’s also a good supply of higher-end,...
7 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
I’ve enjoyed shopping at the Book Trader for as long as I can remember. The Book Trader is a popular used book store located on Second Street in Philly’s Old City neighborhood. Originally located on South Street, the store has been in operation...
110 Market St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA
A candy store has occupied this building continuously since 1863. The current proprietors, the Berley brothers—who also own the Franklin Fountain ice cream parlor a few doors away on Market Street—are master confectioners. Even for...
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