Westchester boasts an enviable potpourri of shopping options that rivals almost anywhere in the nation. From quaint mom-and-pop shops and exclusive BoHo-chic boutiques to futuristic village-style outdoor malls and classic big-box retailers, chances are that if it’s worth having, you’ll find it in Westchester.
Founded as a bicycle and baby-carriage shop in Harlem in 1908, the store has prospered since moving to Mamaroneck in 1948, when it began to offer toys, too. The business has stayed within the family throughout the decades. Miller’s also sells a wide range of equipment for outdoor fun, plus specializes in water activities, carrying everything for the pool, including swimwear and sun protection.
335 Mamaroneck Ave, Mamaroneck (914) 698-5070; www.millerstoys.com
Kelloggs & Lawrence
In business since 1887, this family-owned hardware store sells more than home-project staples like hammers, screws, and bolts. Shop here for specialty items, like grills, distinctive mailboxes, fireplace accessories, gifts, outdoor gear, and apparel.
26 Parkway, Katonah (914) 232-3351; www.kelloggsandlawrence.com
The one-stop designer for the well-suited man, you’ll find top-drawer casual separates, fine suits, and formalwear. Also on-site is Lubin’s children’s specialty shop with a selection of boy’s suits, jackets, and dress pants for your dapper darling.
1 Boniface Cir, Scarsdale (914) 713-0300; www.rothmansny.com
beehive designer collective
This earthy boutique features jewelry, accessories, apparel, home décor, and gifts from independent designers around the US, most handcrafted with a modern perspective. Colorful minimalist-style resin necklaces, hand-painted Mason jar to-go glasses, and silk saris have all been spotted here.
337 Main St, Mount Kisco (914) 218-8700; www.beehivemtkisco.com
Celebrity restaurateurs Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich added to their ever-growing roster of shops and eateries when they opened Tarry Market in 2014. You’ll find towering racks of freshly made bread, bright baskets of seasonal produce, and cases of locally farmed meats at this indoor specialty market that is perfect for casual browsing and shopping. Specialty-food items from Italy, Spain, and France, along with highlights from local vendors, are available. Head to the casual lunch counter, La Cucina, and try the delicious porchetta sandwich before treating yourself to coffee and pastry at the espresso bar.
179 N Main St, Port Chester (914) 253-5680; www.tarrymarket.com
Farm Store at Stone Barns
Cookbooks, local pottery, heirloom seeds, farm eggs, honey, and hand-woven napkins are among the many treasures at this shop, which celebrates the best of the region. From the Stone Barns Center’s very own sheepskins, vegetables, meats, and farm-made compost to beautiful mixed-metal jewelry and vibrantly colored tea towels, the selection offers the perfect marriage of an eclectic gift shop and farm stand. While you’re shopping for housewarming gifts, don’t forget to treat yourself to a little something, too, guilt-free, as all proceeds benefit the center’s programs.
630 Bedford Rd, Pocantico Hills (914) 366-6200; www.stonebarnscenter.org/store
LOLA New York
LOLA offers glamorous Boho-style pieces to complete any shabby-chic look. It delivers on style and sass with its collection of beaded bracelets, glitzy clutches, and eye-catching scarves, fit for even the biggest accessory-aholic.
396 Mamaroneck Ave, White Plains (914) 358-1314; www.lolany.com
Liven up any outdoor space with the vibrant plant selection at Mariani. Within a climate-controlled greenhouse, you’ll find high-end and rare trees and shrubs. Complete your garden with outdoor accessories from a wide selection of furniture, statuary, and fountains.
45 Bedford Rd, Armonk (914) 273-3083; www.marianigardens.com