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Talk of the Walk in Atlantic City

Talk of the Walk

2801 Pacific Ave, Atlantic City , New Jersey 08401

Talk of the Walk is a family-operated boutique on the Atlantic City boardwalk. Since 1951, the store has curated a collection of hard-to-find items.

Best Known For: Hard to find trends from around the world

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Montclair

On the corner of Bloomfield and Church Avenues, you'll have no shortage of shopping choices, despite Montclair's relatively small size. After all, they say the best gifts come in the tiniest of packages.

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Equidistance from both New York and Philadelphia, Princeton, New Jersey has a lot more going on than Ivy League learning. Though the school known by the town's name as historically been present in the area since 1756, Princeton, the borough, lays claim to notable names and figures all its own including Albert Einstein and Toni Morrison.

Wyckoff

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Avalon

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South Orange

Quiet, tree-lined streets with trademark gaslights wind through our historic community in the foothills of the Watchung Mountains just 15 miles west of New York City. All roads lead to our cosmopolitan Village Center, home to not only a vibrant assortment of unique shops and delectable restaurants, but also hometo architecturally significant buildings.

Lambertville

The City of Lambertville is a small, one square mile community located on the western edge of Central New Jersey along the Delaware River. Lambertville has a bustling central business district, scenic vistas and a rich array of historic architecture. The City was first settled in the 18th century and became a popular stopping point for stagecoaches on the New York to Philadelphia route along the old York Road. Before any bridges were constructed, Coryell's Ferry carried travelers on the old York Road across the Delaware River at Lambertville and New Hope, Pennsylvania.

Maplewood

Maplewood prides itself on being a diverse and family-friendly community. Money Magazine named Maplewood one of the top ten cities to live in the United States. The small town atmosphere is what attracts people to Maplewood along with its proximity to Manhattan (30 minutes by train) and its natural beauty. Maplewood is surrounded by the South Mountain reservation and is home to six parks and an award winning community pool. The music festival of Maplewoodstock is held every year in Maplewood.

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