2143 Hudson Terrace
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Phone: (201) 944-5332
Fax: (201) 363-8792
2143 Hudson Terrace , Fort Lee, NJ, US, 07024
- Phone: (201) 944-5332
- Fax: (201) 363-8792
Bella's Flower Shop offers same-day flower delivery for all occasions. They are a premier wedding florist and rent chuppahs and candelabras.
The awning of this bookstore reads, "For children, teachers, and parents" and indeed, the store, stocking over 60,000 titles and education aids, has something for everybody. The store is run by the Bank Street College of Education and is manned by a helpful and extremely knowledgeable staff, who are very willing to guide you as you make your choice. The store has a wonderful assortment of fiction and nonfiction books, math, reading and science games and learning toys, picture and squishy books for toddlers, CDs, DVDs, stationary, teaching aids for parents and teachers and much more. The store is an ideal place to shop for gifts as well. (The store is closed on Sundays in July and August.)
This eclectic gift store's items range from dressy fashions to more casual clothing. Crepe, shiny pink tanks, raw silk, vivid tops, linen suits, jewelry and a stunning array of beaded bags are on display. There are also items for the home including candles, vases, ceramics, carved wooden boxes for jewelry, and fabric-wrapped soap. Almost everything is available at a reasonable price.
Owned and operated by a Greek family, Westside Market is dedicated to providing Morningside Heights with only the freshest products. Highest quality meats, bakery and dairy products, frozen items and prepared foods are some of the things you can expect to find. This supermarket also offers catering services.
Featuring a variety of unique clothing, jewelry, beauty products, and interior decorations, this lifestyle boutique is a Harlem favorite. SWING sells one-of-a-kind fashion apparel and accessories from around the world, all hand-picked by the owner and designed by signature fashion designers. Frequent customers look forward to the ever-changing inventory of clothes, paintings, chocolate, tea, glassware, and everything in between. Men, women, and children alike can find something appealing at SWING.
Scruples is dedicated to providing an exclusive European style to its customers. The apparel is unique and well-tailored. Here you can find anything from a stylish ladies' outfit for the office to a unique hair accessory that is sure to attract attention. They offer a variety of styles from a casual day out to a formal occasion. They also have a selection of ladies' and men's hats.
Garden of Eden, the local chain of gourmet stores started out as an indoor farmer's market on third avenue, but it has expanded to carry a wide selection of gourmet food. In addition to the market fresh fruits and vegetables, there is fresh fish, meat, cheese and poultry available at various counters around the store. There is also a salad bar and a huge counter dedicated to prepared foods like lobster tails and rotisserie chicken. Around the various counters, they have gourmet packaged food including coffee, candy, cookies and sauces.
A family business in Bronx, New York, taking care of the needs of valued
Originally located at Lenox Avenue, this market is now placed between the 116th Street and the 5th Avenue. With more than 100 indoor and outdoor stalls, this Harlem attraction sells African products like necklaces, bracelets, hats, watches, artifacts and a variety of designer clothing. After its expansion, the market had to face some loss due to a change of location. But merchants believe that things will get back on track eventually.
Offering a variety of only the best fine handmade cigars and products. An Aficionado retailer.
With a history dating back to 1936, La Marqueta, then known as Park Avenue Retail market is one of the oldest markets in the region. The market was a popular hotspot to shop for ethnic objects, especially food items, the availability of which was a rarity outside the neighborhood. Today, the market is back after a steady period of decline and houses numerous food vendors selling everything from bread and meat products to Caribbean food products. Though nowhere near its glory days, the market remains a local fixture.
A unique boutique which has provided a broad assortment of beautiful and professional floral arrangements for over 35-years to New York's tri-state area. Their floral arrangements are custom made to reflect the theme and colors of your event.\