Tired of bookstores with paltry science fiction sections that offer you the cliched and limited collection of books? Shop at the Pandemonium Books & Games, because it knows that there is more to fantasy and science fiction than Star Wars, and more to horror than Stephen King. New, used and autographed books are the main attraction, but expect to be tempted by assorted role-playing games and toys. No request is too obscure; no question is too weird.
Looking for a truly unique gift? Then stop by OMEN: Psychic Parlor & Witchcraft Emporium for everything one-of-a kind in Salem. You can find anything you need for magic and divination thanks to the wide variety of items for sale in-store and through their online store. You can also arrange for psychic readings while in the shop with many of the on-hand fortune tellers.
Okaidi is a Parisian transplant offering that je-ne-sais-quoi to the Natick Collection and your tyke's wardrobe. The clothes offer effortless quality and adorableness, while erring on the not-too-precious side. Little Sara and Jake will be as comfortable in their Okaidi duds as Nathalie and Pierre. This is no Target, but the prices stay reasonable. Some of the styles are a bit obvious-striped rugby shirts, anyone?-and others impractical, referring here to the second-grader-sized bolero. But overall the fashion is geared toward real, live children. The store's manager touts the frequent arrival of new goods. - Anais Wheeler
Yes it is, at core, a furniture store, and yes, you can come here just to buy furniture. But Jordan's genius is merely hinted at in the store's slogan, "Not Just A Store an Experience." Indeed. The Natick branch has a New Orleans theme, which becomes obvious when you are handed Mardi Gras beads upon entry, or when the show starts at the top of every hour. Jordan's is a Boston institution for its innovative business model, which brings people in for the IMAX theater shows or to see Natick's own Disney-esque Bourbon Street and sends them home with visions of ottomans dancing in their heads. A New England must. - Anais Wheeler
Located in Burlington, the store for the outdoor clothing, books, home goods and equipment giant L.L. Bean offers an endless supply of goods for men, women, children and pets. Find the best quality casual and formal attire here at L. L. Bean. If you are the outdoor type and like to go to hikes and treks, then you should check out the stuff such as trapper blankets and backpacks. The store also offers adventure walks and tours, for more details about these you can check the website.
With almost every store imaginable, the Natick Collection prides itself on not only providing the best shopping but also a newly remodeled Play Space and plenty of comfy relaxing seating areas to make your retail experience as delightful as possible.
If the the thirst for knowledge urges, then drop in at Newtonville Books. Browse through their wide selection of commercial and eclectic books covering a variety of genres like photography, Greek literature, modern American literature, psychology, mysteries and lots, lots more. If you're looking for a rare out-of-print edition, they even find it for you. So browse through this amazing array and add on to your own book collection.
Located close to downtown Boston, Mr. Sid has been in business since 1968, and has built up a reputation as one of the finest garment retailers in the city. Not only does the store flaunt an extensive array of high quality fabrics and branded designs, it also believes in providing superlative customer service. The store has an expert team of seven master tailors and the staff smoothly caters to the style requirements of all clients.
Russo's offers a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, sandwiches, salads and take-away meals. If the hunger pangs strike you while you are shopping, walk right into this place and buy yummy Teriyaki Chicken wings, meatballs and Italian sausages. Or head straight to Russo's bakery and pick up some of the most delectable cakes, puddings, pies and tarts. The place also houses a flower shop.
Nirva stocks designer clothes crafted by a lady with the same name. A lot of silk, organza, wool and other natural fabrics are used by her. Her couture collections are much sought after by Bostonites. If you need private designing sessions, they are possible also. Nirva has been around on the fashion scene for not very long, yet the response to her collections is nothing short of positive.
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