1200 Tonnelle Ave
North Bergen, NJ 07047
Phone: (201) 392-0008
Fax: (201) 392-0606
1200 Tonnelle Ave, North Bergen, NJ, US, 07047
- Phone: (201) 392-0008
- Fax: (201) 392-0606
Tunes have been at the forefront of New Jersey’s music retail industry since its launch in 1989. Their outlet in Hoboken, is a flagship store and opened in 1995. Browse through their unrivaled collection of new and secondhand items. Buy, sell or trade your used CDs, DVDs, LPs, vinyl records and video games, as well as electronic goods like iPods, iPhones, iPads, digital cameras and laptops. They offer great prices, and award-winning services are guaranteed.
Platform Shoe Boutique, the sister store to Air Studios, is the ultimate shopping experience for the shoe lover in all of us. Since opening in 2005, Platform has offered clients the hottest brands of upscale women's footwear, handbags and accessories in an atmosphere that is chic, luxurious and inviting. They travel the globe, scouring major design capitals to bring you a meticulously edited seasonal collection by a range of international designers. Platform is kid-friendly and dog-friendly too. Attitude-free assistance is available anytime from the select staff on hand with a bottled water or a style suggestion.
Carlo's Bakery is most famous as the location of TLC's Cake Boss, but it's on TV for a reason - the desserts are delicious. This family bakery has been offering a long list of decadent sweet treats since its establishment in the heart of Hoboken in 1910. The familial atmosphere makes Carlo's Bakery a great place to take baking classes to help you create the desserts of your dreams.
Affiliated with the non-profit organization dedicated to photography, this bookstore showcases the world's most talented artists.Quality images from photographers such as Sebastiao Salgado capture moments of despair, peace,love and anger as he chronicles children,migrant workers and migrations.Charles Lindsay's book highlights the sport of fly-fishing with his fabulous shots.Photography topics range from relationships and varied cultures to the arts.Other books include the work of Keri Prickett and Henri Cartier-Bresson.
As the name suggests, Printed Matter encourages the published works of artists. Claiming to be one of the world's biggest non-profit setup for publications, the center boasts a reading room that houses over 15,000 books written by 6000 global artists. Literature students and enthusiasts can participate in the interactive lectures, workshops and many art-related events.
192 Books is the lovely bookstore on 10th Avenue that keeps Chelsea's bibliophiles flocking. On the shelves, you will find an impressive collection of latest novels, timeless best-sellers and hard-to-find literary works. From art and history to science and travel, as well as children's specials, this place has got all your genres covered. It also plays host to book-signings and reading sessions and several art exhibitions that celebrate the fine line between art and literature.
Opened in 1987, the Newport Centre has been around for quite a while now and continues to offer excellent shopping options to Hudson county residents. The gigantic three-level center has something for all from a selection of high-end brands to casual fashion boutiques; a good mix that ensures some great finds. Apart from this, there are no less than four department stores ensuring choice in just about everything. You can catch the latest flick at the on-site movie theater. The food court offers good choice with restaurants as well as cafes. Check website for more information.
Far west into the meatpacking district lies this ultra posh little department store that's the first of its kind in the still raw area. While hot nightspots are a dime a dozen here, the singular Jeffrey peddles Manolo Blanik shoes to the jet set. If the slick decor and charming service don't entice you, the clearance racks will, as normally Prada jackets sell off-season for a throwaway. Check website for further details.
Located within the Chelsea Market of New York, this retail shop is known for selling packaged Italian food productshoney, mustard, cookies, coffee, and much more. There is a small butcher counter at the back of the store where you can also buy various types of cheeses. And if you want to stop by for a cup of steaming coffee, a small espresso bar awaits you at the entrance. Online orders are also accepted.
Those who thought good old fashioned jeans had gone out of fashion, think again! Only two fits, regular and relaxed, are available, but one can get them washed and distressed to their own specification. Whether it is the threadbare look that you like or just a little faded at the knees, all of it can be customized at this store. All their jeans are made of premium Japanese blue indigo. So if you have been wanting a particular look in your jeans, you know where to head!
Created inside what used to be the old New York Nabisco factory, the Chelsea Market is truly a food lovers paradise. The design on the ground floor retains the original design of the old factory and it is still filled with some of the archaic equipment. Additionally, the building houses many other household names like MLB.com, the Oxygen and Food Networks, even Google has offices here. Nonetheless, most people come for the tastes and aromas. The market features a menagerie of delights, from breads and cakes to seafood and steaks, with plenty of fruits and vegetables in-between. Shops include Ronnybrook Dairy, the Filling Station, Chelsea Thai, the Chelsea Wine Vault among others.
A grocery store, a cutlery shop and a cooking class; The Brooklyn Kitchen is all this and more. Located in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of New York, this little place has an amazing range of kitchen knives and tableware. The grocery store out here is unlike any other local mart, and stuffs some of the freshest produce of meat, vegetables and specialty foods. Regular events and cooking classes also keep taking place, which gladly sees a lot of participants from the neighborhood.