Valentines Day in Westfield NJ

by Jackie on February 14, 2012

So you’re running a little late for Valentines Day – yes, it’s here!  But here’s some suggestions for picking up that special gift on the way home this evening.  They’re all stores in Downtown Westfield:

Flowers can be purchased in the following stores:

Flower Arts by Design at 103 Prospect Street

Meeker’s Florist at 427 South Avenue

Trader Joe’s at 155 Elm Street.

 

If you prefer something sweet, great chocolate is to be found at:

The Chocolate Bar at 112 Quimby Street (great coffee too)

Brummer’s Chocolates at 125 Broad Street

 

For those who want bubbly, look for Champagne at:

Cool Vines at 127 Central Avenue

Westfield Wine & Liquors at 276 North Avenue E

The Liquor Basket at 115 Quimby Street

Trader Joe’s also stocks wine.

 

For something a little more risque, look for lingerie at:

Victoria’s Secrets on 609 North Avenue

 

But for the gift guaranteed to steal any woman’s heart,  fine jewelry can be found at many stores, including:

Adler’s Jewelers at 219 North Avenue W

Gordin & Sons at 135 E Broad Street

J. Winthrop & Co, 233 North Ave E

Michael Kohn, 226 North Ave W

Tamar Jewelry, 55 Elm Street.

If you decide a night on the town is called for, visit one of the wonderful restaurants that Westfield is known for.

Whatever you decide upon, here’s wishing you a Happy Valentines!

If you would like more information about buying or selling a home, please contact me on my direct line at (732) 261-6151.  I’d be glad to help you.

If you know someone else who would find this information helpful, please pass it on to friends and family!

If you’re considering buying or selling soon, or know someone who is, it’s important to have a knowledgable, local agent who can guide you through the process.  I am always available to help.

This blog is the courtesy of Jackie Safran who is an award winning Real Estate Agent at RE/MAX Properties Unlimited in Westfield, NJ (732) 261-6151.  I help nice people sell and buy beautiful homes in Union and Middlesex Counties.

 

 

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