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Here’s Your Ultimate Shopping Guide to Westchester County

Fofie & Mia, Larchmont. Photo by Ellie Katsaros.

From Ardsley to Yorktown, these Westchester County storefronts make it easier and more enticing than ever to support local.

Sure, the retail scene in Westchester took its share of hits during the pandemic, but our shopkeepers and store managers found creative ways to keep their operations afloat during the most uncertain of times. The result is that there remains in Westchester a vibrant and eclectic assortment of shopping options that are cleverly poised to accommodate any and all levels of convenience, diversity, and exclusivity, with perhaps more customer-service options than ever before.


Tom’s Trains

Train fanatics flock to this store, where owner Tom Vitkowski, a passionate model train collector turned his hobby into a thriving business. Tom’s carries O-gauge models and beloved brands, cinema favorites like Thomas the Tank Engine and the Polar Express, plus accessories galore for electric and wooden trains.
686 Saw Mill River Rd; tomstrainsny.com


All About the Dress

Got a picky tween searching for a bat mitzvah dress that is Insta-worthy? All About the Dress is well-versed in pleasing just that customer. Specializing in special occasion wear for girls ages 6-18, the store offers custom-made dresses and bedazzled sneakers with plenty of bling. Book a personal appointment to discover the perfect attire for prom, sweet sixteen and everything in between.
480 Main St; allaboutthedressny.com

All About the Dress

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Hickory & Tweed

For six decades, this sporting-goods shop specializes in bicycle, ski, and snowboard gear for outdoor fun year-round. Browse through brands like Cannondale and Specialized for bicycles or Volkl Marker, Nordica, and Burton for skis and snowboards. Keep warm with fall and winter fashions from top brands like The North Face, Patagonia, and Canada Goose, among stylish European lines from Hestra and Toni Sailer.
410 Main St; hickoryandtweed.com

LUXE Luxury Labels

Their name says it all, this true luxury consignment boutique continues to be a popular go-to for the uber-savvy Westchester fashionista. Launched by Jessica Moran & Lisa Dorsett, LUXE has a whirl wind of trendy and classic bags, shoes, clothing, and accessories from brands like Chanel, Golden Goose, Gucci, and others in Armonk’s lavish shop.
41 Maple Ave; 914.861.2649


The Horse Connection

The ultimate shop for equestrians and hippophiles, here you will find everything for your riding and caretaking needs. From boots and apparel to stirrups and horse treats, for nearly three decades this is where trainers send their clients for the best-quality horse products and riding essentials. The store also provides their customers with unmatched services, like trained riders as staff who fully understand the details of every product they sell.
38 Village Green; bedfordhorseconnectionshop.com

Bedford Hills

Country Willow

Winner of multiple Best of Westchester awards, Country Willow is a home-furnishings retail store and design center offering a range of styles, from Classic Country to Industrial Loft. In the 35,000 sq. ft. showroom, you’ll discover an array of pieces, including slipcovered sofas, contemporary chairs, and rustic, handcrafted, reclaimed-wood farm tables. CW also has media centers, lighting, and accessories, plus a well-stocked baby/kids department. Visit The Loft at CW, at the same address, for a more youth-oriented selection.
230 Rte 117, Bypass Rd; countrywillow.com

Custom Candle Co.

Founder Marcie Manfredonia Siciliano forged Custom Candle Co. after searching the market in vain for a nontoxic candle that would suit her family members who suffered from allergies and asthma. Siciliano hand-pours candles made from all-natural soy and natural products into used recycled bottles (think Veuve Cliquot and Maker’s Mark). Token candles come in scents like cranberry-pear Bellini, pumpkin chai, apple oak, and cashmere wood.
25 Depot Plz; customcandleco.com

Briarcliff Manor

Holbrook Cottage

Specializing in gourmet gift baskets for 25 years, the Hudson Valley retail space is sorted into various departments by specialty, including the Gourmet Market for delicious fine foods, the Baby Cottage for adorable layette items, and Fresh Flowers for a thoughtful gift for any occasion.
1143 Pleasantville Rd; holbrookcottage.com

March Boutique

March brings SoHo style to the streets of Briarcliff with an eclectic collection of both sophisticated and casual womenswear, jewelry, and accessories. Shop more than 50 designers, including established names like BB Dakota, Nicole Miller, and Trina Turk, alongside emerging brands like Conner Ives whose RTW collection appeared in Vogue this year.
1207 Pleasantville Rd; marchboutique.com


Mano A Mano

A multi-time Best of Westchester winner, Mano A Mano (Italian for “hand to hand”) seems an apt title given the store’s lively collection of Mary Rose Young hand-sculpted, hand-painted designs. But, owner Mario Grosso has a hand in other unique picks, as well, including trendy Ortigia Sicilia products, colorful crystal chandeliers, Vietri Italian dinnerware, and Mariposa’s Brillante collection (which are engravable).
81 Pondfield Rd; 914.793.8329

The Silk Road

Fill your home with exotic treasures from China, India, Peru, South Africa, Thailand, and Vietnam without leaving Westchester. You’ll stumble upon top home-decor collections, gifts, jewelry, textiles, and clothing — some of which are showstoppers. Make sure to browse through collections of Simon Pearce, Julie Vos, and Dash & Albert.
101 Pondfield Rd; 914.337.2177

Womrath Bookshop

For more than eight decades, this Bronxville site has been filling the needs of bibliophiles young and old. Owners Morin and Barbara Bishop have been Bronxville residents for 16 years and are excited by the renewed local zest in independent book stores. Grab a memoir, novel, science fiction or anything in between and nestle up in a cozy reading nook.
76 Pondfield Rd; womrathbooks.com


Buchanan Home Center

This local hardware shop carries all the top-of-the-line brands you’d expect from a Best of Westchester winner, including Benjamin Moore, Rust-Oleum, and Weber, among others. Family run since 1982, the store draws local homeowners and contractors for its wide variety of paint, plumbing, and electrical supplies, a full line of grills, plus garden tools and seasonal goods. In addition, they offer window & screen repair, carpet machine rentals, key cutting and duplication and many other services.
3119 Albany Post Rd; buchananhomecenter.com


Desires by Mikolay

In the past 17 years, husband-wife team Scott and Tara Mikolay have tripled this Chappaqua full-service jewelry store. With an emphasis on customer service and a keen eye for design (Scott has his own couture collection), clients throughout Westchester count on them for both special-occasion purchases and high-end every-day pieces. The store has fun events, such as trunk shows and a Bellinis & Baubles party.
55 King St; desiresbymikolay.com

House of 29

Dedicated to up-and-coming designers from around the world whose pieces are not sold or featured in Westchester, this carefully weighed lifestyle spot sells timeless merch with a bit of edge. House of 29 is a woman-owned, three-generation family business that carries stylish items for women of all ages, including not just clothing but also jewelry, accessories, and beauty products. Ask about the vibrant Netali Nissim jewelry collection.
39 S Greeley Ave; houseof29.com

Cross River

The Bedford Sportsman

A favorite store for fishermen throughout the county, owner Charles George ensures that this small gem of a store “is packed to the gills (pun intended!) with all of your freshwater and saltwater fishing needs.” The store has a big collection of fly-fishing supplies and George claims “beginners are what we like.” His staff offers instruction on everything from casting a rod to choosing the right bait.
759 Rte 35; 914.666.8091


Serious Toyz

Whether you’re a committed collector or just looking for a cool find, this distinct toyshop carries an ornate stash of nostalgic toys. Although many of the items are for auction, you can buy old toy trucks, action figures, and lunchboxes at prices starting at $10 and on up into the thousands.
1 Baltic Pl; 914.271.8699

Dobbs Ferry

At Land

Revel in a slice of riverside chic at this Dobbs Ferry hotspot housed on the ground-level of a former printers’ building-turned-loft space. Owner Melissa Lauprete stocks trendy minimalist clothing and accessories, beauty products, and home goods from rare brands, curated with her eye for items that are thoughtful in terms of “design, function, health, and efficacy.” At the Drink Bar, sip on organic coffee, kombucha, herbal-remedy tea or any of their tantalizing specialty drinks.
75 Main St; at.land

At Land

Photo by Stefan Radtke

Home Again Consignments

Hunt here for gently used and almost-new furniture and accessories, including antiques and collectibles from local homes and estates. You’ll find everything from Mid-Century chairs and stools in turquoise and au courant orange to mahogany buffets and old Coca-Cola signage. Lighting includes crystal chandeliers, wrought-iron fixtures, and Chinese porcelain lamps. Items from the store have been in TV shows and movies, such as The Girl on the Train, The OA, Divorce, and others.
121 Main St; homeagaindf.com


Barnes & Noble

Sure, it’s a chain, but there’s lots to love at this B&N concept store. The bright layout and comfy seating bait you in for a good read, but the dazzle comes from unexpected perks, like a full restaurant, café, and bar (more than 20 wines and craft beers on tap!), plus an outdoor area complete with firepits and a bocce court. Do not miss events, such as authors discussing their latest creations.
680 White Plains Rd; stores.barnesandnoble.com/store/3304


Harrison Wine Vault

A vast selection of wines and spirits are showcased in a three-level, 2,500 sq. ft. store. The space features a temperature-controlled room for fine wines, a “Whiskey Room,” which houses one of the largest whiskey selections in the entire state, outside of Manhattan, and a classroom for in-store events. Twice a month a winemaker is invited to showcase their product, giving wine nuts the chance to speak one-on-one with the creator.
289 Halstead Ave; harrisonwinevault.com


Clockwork Records

Old-school vinyl shops are sparse, so it’s no wonder Clockwork Records has a fanbase. Since 2013, lifelong record collector Mike Rep has run the store that holds both out-of-print and new records of nearly every stripe: underground hard-core, punk, metal, kraut rock, prog, ska, dub, jazz, novelty, folk, and mainstream rock.
24 Main St; clockworkrecordsny.com

Clockwork Records

Photo by Mike James

Mossy Fern

Looking to grow your own herbs right in your home? Get your fix at this garden center (with another location in Bronxville), which focuses on rare botanicals. Husband-wife owners Harry and Catherine Fellows, who “started this business because we wanted to share our love of plants with the community,” fill their shop with exotic plants, organic soils, handcrafted tools, nature and garden kits for children, and other garden decor and gifts.
579 Warburton Ave #4; mossyfern.com


Rosedale Nurseries

This full-service landscape-and-retail nursery holds the widest selection and size range of trees, shrubs, perennials, roses, and groundcovers in the region spanning 400 acres. Rosedale also offers garden planning and installation services to help you create your dream yard.
51 Saw Mill River Rd; rosedalenurseries.com


Eileen Fisher LAB

Here the focus is on simplicity, sustainability, and timeless design all in the name of fashion. For more than three decades, this locally based global brand has been at the forefront of building a sustainable fashion industry and creating a responsible supply chain. At the Irvington location, customers can shop samples, pieces from their take-back program and mainline products, plus attend special events and classes.
1 Bridge St; eileenfisher.com


Eiluj a beauty lounge

Katonah’s multi-time Best of Westchester winner has been a go-to beauty boutique for cosmetic-lovers since 2003. It is a paradise for skincare, makeup, bath & body, fragrance, and many other products. Explore selections from Grande Cosmetics, Amazing Cosmetics, and owner Julie Cuomo’s paraben- and cruelty-free makeup line, coined Eiluj Beauty. Additionally, this specialty shop offers services like facials, waxing, brow sculpting, and laser hair removal just to name a few. Get all your high-end beauty needs satisfied here.
189 Katonah Ave; eilujbeauty.com


Fashion-savvy women flock to Fado for a dose of originality with the latest trends. The store’s denim selection exults brands like Daze, Agolde, and Levi’s, among others. Owner Lisa Rodrigues-Hickey reflects the store’s laid-back LA aura yet renders clients have a “welcoming and fun” place to score select pieces from rare clothing lines. Fado also offers accessories, swimwear, and lifestyle products.
152 Bedford Rd; shopfado.com

Old New House

Designing, making, importing, and selling rugs is a five-generation legacy in owner Dave Dilmaghani’s family. There is a vast inventory of ecofriendly rugs and a charming selection of handmade home decor (both vintage and new), including pillows, vases, maps, and lighting, as well as small-batch furniture made in-house. Their Made in USA art collection features native Westchesterite Grace B. Keogh’s colorful paintings.
33 Katonah Ave; oldnewhouse.com

The Reading Room

Set course to the land of books, baked goods, and ice cream in Katonah to feed your intellectual and physical hunger. Owner Gretchen Menzies infused Little Joe’s to her bookstore to give the proper brain food for readers. Bookworms of all ages are welcome, ranging from children’s books, to cookbooks, magazines, and newspaper and many other categories. The café menu is refreshed daily.
19 Edgemont Road; katonahreadingroom.com


Fofie & Mia’s

This trendy shop launched by design-astute sisters Maria Katsaros and Sophia Karipides delivers almost any piece of furniture you desire thanks to on-site craftsman Rafael Figueroa. From plush oversized sofas to perfectly refurbished coffee tables, dining tables, armoires, there are many high-end accessories. No wonder the store has caught the attention of au courant local interior designers.
2417 Boston Post Rd; fofiemia.com

Palmer & Purchase

This accessories boutique carries popular labels like MZ Wallace, maker of the perfect black everyday bag, plus lesser-known lines. Peruse over must-have neutral pieces from Citizens of Humanity for everyday wear. Light up over classic straw hats, pastel-stone statement necklaces, fun sunnies, bold-color leather totes, chic tunics and wraps — and, of course, outfit-making clutches. A second location can be found on Purchase Street in Rye.
1905 Palmer Ave; palmerandpurchase.com

Village Mercantile

Mamaroneck native and shop owner Vonnie Sullivan is an industry veteran who worked at Vogue and Condé Nast Traveler for years before turning her love for practical yet beautiful design into a thriving store. At her shop, you will find a carefully handpicked selection of home goods, textiles, baby gifts, and jewelry made by talented artisans and small vendors.
28 Chatsworth Ave; village-mercantile.com



For those self-proclaimed chocolate lovers, Chocolations is a must-visit. Known for its decadent chocolate bark and silky truffles, this sweets shop uses molds to fashion creations out of fresh chocolate made on-premises using all-natural prime chocolate — think full-size foot-balls, teddy bears, race cars, and flowers. Also on the menu are cookies, cupcakes, brownies, homemade hot chocolate, and DIY kits.
607 E Boston Post Rd; chocolationsonline.com

Miller’s Toys

This Mamaroneck landmark for more than seven decades is a 15,000 sq. ft. family-owned store known for supplying its patrons with toys, children’s clothing, shoes, and bikes. Kids can find European-made toys, superior game-room options, and even swing sets. Husband-wife team Taka and Brooke Andrews go to “great pains to find the best products” and that means no mass-produced toys or products with screens.
335 Mamaroneck Ave; millerstoys.com

Half Time

Half Time seemingly has it all, not only can you get your vessel refilled at any of its 22 draft lines, Half Time also sells ciders, and will put together gift and variety boxes for you, and even has Beer and Cider of the Month clubs. Plus, with Decadent Ales occupying the other side, you can enjoy pints of its creative dessert IPAs before or after you stock up.
139 Hoyt Ave; halftimebeverage.com

Mount Kisco

D’Errico Jewelery

Everybody in Westchester knows D’Errico Jewelery — not just because of their signature log-cabin locations in Mount Kisco and Scarsdale but more for the overall sense of comfort and confidence they instill in their customers. Many repair and adjustment transactions are performed right on-site, while a substantial portion of D’Errico’s product line is custom-made by in-house crafts-men.
159 E Main St; store.derricojewelry.com

Elephant’s Trunk

For 50 years, the brides, bar/bat mitzvah moms, and black-tie gala attendees throughout the Tristate area all rave about this store owned by the Brache brothers. The team knows exactly what type of outfit flatters each customer and handpicks accessories to ensure you are red-carpet ready. On-site custom alterations and tuxedo rentals are available, too.
280 N Bedford Rd; elephantstrunk.com

The Benefit Shop

The Benefit Shop is a trove of amazing one-of-a-kind pieces for a new home to be treasured in. This consignment shop offers estate content, artwork (by the likes of Picasso, Haring, and Warhol), and auctions, including deluxe fashion, jewelry, first-edition books, and furniture. Best of all, this is a nonprofit auction house, so profits get donated to 30 different charities.
185 Kisco Ave, Ste 101; thebenefitshop.org

Mount Vernon

Harmony Designs

Each item for sale in this shop is artfully displayed. Furniture, gifts, and accessories are located on the upper level while the lower level serves as a full design studio and art gallery. Harmonize your home with owner Robin Harmon-Myers, who uses her exquisite taste to advise clients with everything from space analysis and planning to reupholstery and refinishing items for commercial and residential projects.
115 S 4th Ave; harmonydesignsfurniture.com

New Rochelle

Consign It on Main

Within this fine-furnishings/accessories store, you’ll browse consignment finds from theater and movie sets, local homes, and renowned furniture makers, like Julia Gray, Baker, Stark, and George Smith. At this family-operated business, staging, interior design, upholstery, and lighting services are all offered.
543 Main St; consignitonmainllc.com

The Little Ranch Western Wear

For 23 years, this family-owned business has been a site for your “little dogies” to git along at this cool-as-hell boot shop. With merch for both men and women, the hook is that nearly everything boasts a sultry Tex-Mex spin, making it pretty one-of-a-kind. So, if you love pulling yourself up by the bootstraps and doing your bidness in Westchester, this is a must-visit.
328 Huguenot St; thelittleranchny.com

The Little Ranch Western Wear. shopping guide

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North Salem

Hayfields Market

With Texas native Renea Dayton at the helm, this onetime-gas-station-turned-market is a community hub for locals, offering food and florals. Salads, flour tortilla tacos, sandwiches, macaroons, and smoothies are on the menu. Custom floral arrangements by Amy’s Floral & Design achieve beautiful crowns, cuffs, and boutonnieres. Special events and gatherings are often hosted here, in addition to workshops on floral design and wine.
1 Bloomer Rd; hayfieldsmarket.com


Penny & Ting

Chock-full of charming and whimsical books, trinkets, puzzles, games, stuffed animals, and arts-and-crafts supplies, Penny & Ting is a delight for kids and parents alike. Owned by 25-year educator Mary Howard, the boutique carries top-name brands, like Faber Castell and Eeboo, meant to spark creativity and development. From birth to 12 years old, there is something for every adolescent to enjoy.
133 Main St; pennyandting.com


Sweet Ascent

Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory gets a steam-punk makeover at Sweet Ascent candy shop. In addition to delectable hand-dipped chocolate goodies, older patrons can reclaim their youth with classic sweet treats from the past, while modern kids can indulge in newer confections, like Sour Flush, which comes in a toilet-shaped container that holds a powdered dip in the bowl. It is a destination unto itself.
900 Main St; sweetascent.shop


Danny’s Cycles

This one-stop bike shop offers general, premium, and pro tune-ups, bike detailing, bike boxing and many other services to achieve your cycle necessities. Westchester’s avid bikers ride over here for its wide selection of bicycles and a knowledgeable sales staff. Other county locations include Mohegan Lake, Rye Brook, and Scarsdale.
109 Wolfs Lane; dannyscycles.com


Kimberly House

The essence of beautiful handmade creations is the focus at this lovely little shop owned by Hendrien & Simon Dewhurst. The store’s unique, environmentally responsible, and fair-trade-heavy inventory, with roots in South Africa, includes fashion, handmade jewelry, all-natural body products and home fragrances, and eco-friendly baby goods, as well as kitchen & bath, and home-decor items.
29 Washington Ave; kimberlyhouse.com

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te plus te

In te plus te (“hand+hand” in Japanese), owner Eiko Miyazaki offers products that capture the essence of her native Japan while encouraging shoppers to enjoy simple pleasures and connect with nature. Her product line focuses on simple and natural ingredients of quality, including cleansing bars, body and hand washes, moisturizers, and body mists.
12 Marble Ave; tepluste.com

Pocantico Hills

Farm Store at Stone Barns

Spun off from one of the nation’s premier restaurants, this gift-shop-farm-stand hybrid offers everything from cookbooks, local pottery, heirloom seeds, farm eggs, honey, and hand-woven napkins to the Center’s very own sheepskins, vegetables, meats, and farm-made compost to beautiful mixed-metal jewelry and vibrantly colored tea towels. All proceeds benefit the Center’s programs.
630 Bedford Rd; stonebarnscenter.org

Pound Ridge


Better known for its creative floral arrangements for homes, weddings, and other large-scale events, Hedgerow also features tableware, home accessories, gifts, and treats for purchase. You’ll unearth black-fig Madagascan chocolate, vegan floral hand and body soaps, and a half-frosted glass vase with in-house-designed floral scapes.
259 Westchester Ave; hedgerowandco.com


R&M Woodrow Jewelers

Find luxury lines like William Henry, Spark, and Lalique, as well as such watch brands as Shinola and Breitling, plus Baccarat crystal pieces at this revered Rye institution owned by brothers Robert and Michael Woodrow.
21 Purchase St; woodrowjewelers.com

Sammy + Nat

This upscale shop expos appealing variation to ho-hum department-store fare with its charming mix of sweet baby gifts and cool-yet-classic kids’ fashions. It carries the adorable self-named children’s brand in addition to select brands. The Limited-Edition Hamptons collection is a summer favorite, while the Knit collection keeps all the little piggies warm.
88 Purchase St; sammyandnat.com


Sarza’s eyecatching location on Purchase Street draws you in to discover a store full of surprising finds, all reflecting owner Sarah Briginshaw’s “wanderlusting travelista” personality. It’s the exclusive retailer of such award-winning designers as Haldane Martin and James Mudge, along with others. Expect a curated mix of furniture, lighting, home decor, linens, and accessories sourced from Briginshaw’s native South Africa.
84 Purchase St; sarzastore.com

Rye Brook

Rye Ridge Shopping Center

The small-town hub for shopaholics, which features Vanilla Sky and Mixology, keeps fashion-forward women happy; guys can amp up their closets at Lester’s or Z Life. Teens can get special-event dresses at All Dressed Up, and anyone who lives to workout will love Sportech. Rye Ridge also offers The Wine Cellar, Learning Express Toys, Balducci’s, and two-time Best of Westchester winner Landsberg Jewelers, along with food and fitness spots.
142 S Ridge St; ryeridgeshoppingcenter.com



The one-stop designer for the well-suited man, Rothmans carries top-drawer casual separates, fine suits, and formalwear. Also on-site is Lubin’s children’s specialty shop with a selection of boys’ suits, jackets, and dress pants for your dapper darling. Additionally, the family owned, and operated business provides high-end swim shorts, athleisure attire, and everyday essentials, such as wallets, socks, and belts, just to name a few.
1 Boniface Cir; rothmansny.com

Wilson & Son Jewelers

This fourth-generation family-owned jeweler has been a part of the Westchester community since 1926. Wilson & Son has continued to provide timeless jewelry pieces from high-end brands, like David Yurman, Forevermark, and Rolex, alongside other brands, like Swiss Army, Raymond Weil, and Mont Blanc.
10 Spencer Pl; wilsonandsonjewelers.com

Zachys Wine & Liquor

Founded in 1905, Zachys is considered by many to be a premier wine store in Westchester. The 4,000 sq. ft. storefront has a selection that is sure to please the pickiest wine buff with overlooked choice, vintage releases, and everyday finds. Plus, they offer wine tastings, wine storage, auctions, and delivery throughout the county.
16 East Pkwy; zachys.com


DeCicco & Sons

How about a bar & lounge in a grocery store? Dreading grocery shopping is certainly not the experience you’ll encounter at DeCicco & Sons, which is why there are eight prized locations cast throughout the county.
266 Route 202; deciccoandsons.com/somers

Once Upon a Child

Buy or sell gently used clothes, toys, games, books, movies, baby equipment, and furniture at this children’s consignment shop. The store frequently holds saving days and sale events to help you save even more.
80 Rte 6; onceuponachildsomers.com


Pretty Funny Vintage

An 1890s Victorian is a suitable location of this antique shop. For more than 20 years, owner Stephanie Leggio has traveled the East Coast, searching for vintage goods and showing in NYC antique shows. Her selection of handpicked retrogra de furniture, lighting, textiles, clothing, and jewelry, along with contemporary items, is showcased in Tarrytown.
80 S Broadway; prettyfunnyvintage.com

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Twisted Branch

At this olive oil-and-vinegar taproom, you’ll find fresh EVOO, balsamic vinegars, spices, salts, sugars, local honey, and their small-batch gourmet coffee to help local foodies create their own impressive culinary experiences. The tasting room is a global affair, with more than 30 international olive oils and balsamic vinegars.
24 Broadway; thetwistedbranch.com

White Plains


From handbags to baby booties, cosmetics to home accessories, and men’s and women’s clothing, this acclaimed department store has it all. Browse in-demand designers, like Balenciaga, Moncler, Vince, and more. Relax and refuel at either of two restaurants — Forty Carrots, for low-calorie, healthy dishes, or La Provence, for contemporary bistro fare.
175 Bloomingdale Rd; bloomingdales.com

The Westchester

Oniomaniacs flock here for high-end brands, like Tiffany & Co., Gucci, and Burberry, along with top department stores Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom. More recently, this premier shopping hub recently welcomed a slew of popular store-fronts, like Warby Parker, Judith Ripka, Levi’s, Fabletics, and others. The 890,000 sq. ft mall caters to the ever-changing retail needs of all Westchesterites.
125 Westchester Ave; simon.com/mall/the-westchester

LOLA New York

Dawn Pasacreta and Denise Elias co-owners/besties, bring a high-spirited, light approach to retail with their prized boutique, which boasts an elegant premise etched with just enough edge to be trendy and fresh. Their medley of clothing, accessories, and bath/body products offers a variety of price points to a diverse consumer base. Check out LOLA’s other store, in Tuckahoe, at 300 Columbus Ave.
396 Mamaroneck Ave; lolany.com


Cross County Center

More than 100 stores and restaurants and a $250 million reno make this 72-acre outdoor shopping center a superb place to spend the day with the family. Shop at popular retailers like Guess, Zara, Macy’s, Michael Kors, and the multi-award-winning Suzette’s Lingerie. Have a post-shop meal at restaurants like BGR, Panera, Panda Express, Chipotle, and Shake Shack before taking in a flick at Cross County Multiplex Cinemas.
8000 Mall Walk; crosscountycenter.com

Ridge Hill

Primarily an upscale outdoor shopping center, there are also condominiums and office space on the premises. Shop brands like Banana Republic, Clarks, Sephora, and Uniqlo, or grab a bite at Elevation Burger, Lefteris Gyro III, and Texas de Brazil. Also on-site is a 32,300 sq. ft. LEGOLAND Discovery Center — one of the biggest in the country.
1 Ridge Hill Blvd; ridgehill.com

Stew Leonard’s

From they days when animatronic singing farm animals serenaded shoppers and costumed characters roamed all the way through to today, Stew’s mega-focus on “happy customers,” has enshrined the multitime award winner as something more than a grocery but rather a singular shopping experience. The family-owned mini-chain has enjoyed an almost cultlike following among locals, and one visit there will show you why.
1 Stew Leonard Drive; stewleonards.com/


Jefferson Valley Mall

More than 60 stores within this indoor mall fulfill a wide variety of needs and tastes for consumers of all stripes. Visit Express Factory and LOFT for women’s clothing; H&M and Signature Suits for menswear; The Children’s Place for the kids; fitness apparel from Foot Locker; and the anchor department store, Macy’s.
650 Lee Blvd; jeffersonvalleymall.com

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