Econo Lodge Meadowlands
395 Washington Ave.
Carlstadt, NJ 07072
Phone: (201) 935-4600
Fax: (201) 935-0264
395 Washington Ave. , Carlstadt, NJ, US, 07072
- Phone: (201) 935-4600
- Fax: (201) 935-0264
Whether you are seeking a custom-made mountain bike or something with training wheels, the staff at this Upper West Side cycling shop is more than willing to help you out. Cycling is not just a job for the folks who work here; it is a way of life. Toga Bike Shop has mountain, road, triathlon and other bikes at all price levels, as well as kid's bikes, tandem bikes and folding bikes. Toga also stocks a big selection of bicycle accessories and clothing.
The Upper West Side is home to a number of gourmet marketplaces, but perhaps none as impressive as this one. It is hard to walk by Zabar's without stopping in to purchase some of their top quality, reasonably priced delicacies. Nobody does it better when it comes to olives, cheese, smoked salmon, whitefish and other New York essentials. It can get unbearably crowded however, and during some Jewish holidays you might even have to wait on line to get into the store.
They call themselves 'the great West Side shoe store.' This very popular, large shop sells moderately priced, sturdy shoes that are popular with locals. The store is usually crowded as a result, but there are plenty of salespeople around to help you out. Choose from such brands as Ecco, Rockport, Birkenstock, Timberland, and many other shoe manufacturers, with everything available from work shoes and boots to trendy slides and sneakers.
Originally a fish market, this Upper East Side store has expanded into meat, produce, cheese and other gourmet foodstuffs. You will find just about everything you need here for that special dinner party. The quality is among the best in the city, especially for the fish, meat and vegetables. The choices are plentiful and the store is immaculately clean. Delivery is also available. There are two other locations within the city as well.
With its vast inventory, Sprint Shoes is never at a loss for any shoes in any season. A plethora of footwear for the whole family includes such outlandish choices as bright red pony skin leopard boots. There are also more conservative shoe styles, as well as a number of sneaker brands including Pumas and Nike's (Air Jordans included). The children's section is in the back and sportswear, including jackets, hangs throughout the store.
Club Monaco is the subsidiary of the brand Polo and has many branches across America including New York. The dress code offered is urban essentials that look more sophisticated, sleek and expensive than they actually are. They are well known for their tweed pencil skirt, blazers, merino wool turtleneck, black and white herringbone trench coat, jeans, button downs, and sweaters. You will find accessories like eye wear, cosmetics, jewelry etc.
The Upper West Side is a Mecca for gourmet markets, but walk into this place and you will discover an old-fashioned supermarket where quality is good and prices are even better. The breadth of selection here is one to be reckoned with, and the full selection of merchandise is comparable to that of other gourmet markets in the neighborhood. Beware of the crowds; try to go during off-peak hours. There is also store-to-door delivery available.
La-Di-Da a well-stocked neighborhood store features hundreds of individual jewelry pieces, including antique-looking watches and jewels. Most items are very affordable. Rings, necklaces, chokers, bracelets, charms and earrings may be set with massive semiprecious stones, or just plain sterling silver. The attentive staff helps shoppers select just the right piece of jewelry. There are also silk hats and fancy hatboxes lining the walls.
The tiny Westsider Books, with its high-piled shelves and dark, narrow aisles, evokes an aura of mystery. One half expects to discover a treasure map or secret codebook among its many and varied titles. In truth, one will find an excellent selection of used fiction, non-fiction and poetry books as well as vinyl records and turntables. Westsider Records is frequented by book lovers from every nook and corner of the neighborhood. Call ahead for further details.
Fischer Bros & Leslie, the city's foremost kosher market opened in New York in the late forties. This market offers the finest selection of various fresh products such as beef, veal, lamb, chicken, turkey, gourmet prepared foods, sauces, groceries, side dishes, soups, salads, platters, vegetarian dishes, baked dishes and deserts. They also deliver to most areas of Manhattan, Westchester, Northern New Jersey, New Jersey shore, Connecticut, the Hamptons, and Brownstone Brooklyn.
The North Face in NYC is a paradise of sports and outdoor gear from sleeping bags to ski wear to climbing equipments. Established in 1966, the company has many stores in different cities in the United States and around the globe. The relentless strive to innovate and improvise is the trademark of the brand which has a satisfied clientele of adventurers and explorers. Visit the SoHo location to get treated to their great range and superior customer service; check website for more details.
Ask any child of the Upper West Side about his favorite toy store, and it is more than likely to be West Side Kids. This store has been thrilling kids with its extensive toy collection since 1981, and has merchandise for many different age groups. You will find puppets, educational toys, puzzles, action figures, dolls and much more. The store also has toys for children with special needs. If you have a baby shower or kiddy birthday party to attend, this store will give you more than enough gift options.