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Main Streets


May 2021 Edition

Explore & discover why towns like Lambertville, Stockton, Frenchtown, Milford, Clinton, High Bridge, and Flemington make so many state and national rankings for small town charm!
See you in town!
New Merchants on
Hunterdon Main Street
Kilhaney's Pickles found a 2nd home in Clinton! This is heaven for all pickles lovers. They have a wide variety of pickles, jarred and fresh. They also offer other pickled items such as eggs, onions, green beans and more!
In addition to pickled items, they offer sauces and pretzelss . 41 Main Street
COMING SOON! Karen's Dollhouse Shop The Shop offers a wide variety of dollhouses, room boxes and kits. They have artisan pieces for the collectors, as well as everything for the beginner. They are a full-service shop and can help you with your designs. 14 Main Street
COMING SOON! Maine on Main Bringing Maine Lobster To Your Mouth Fresh Daily 12 East Main Street
NEW OWNERSHIP! Theresa's Cafe. Cafe owner Alberto is excited and thrilled to continue Theresa’s legacy by providing the same great menu and delicious food, including the famous mouth-watering homemade scones. Theresa’s menu offers homemade breakfast and lunch along with delicious daily specials you can enjoy for dine-in, take-out, or outside on the patio.
117 Broad Street
Humdoo Ice Cream is coming to Stangl Road this June. Hooray!! In the meantime, you can catch the Scoops on Wheels truck on Wednesdays and Thursdays 3-9pm on Stangl Road near Blue Fish Grill. Stangl Road
COMING SOON! Boxcar and Belvedere is coming to Stangl Road. The marketplace is a community of boutique retailers, artisans, collectors and curators, housed in an open, repurposed space. This indoor collection of boutiques offers the perfect place to meet, explore, browse and discover unique treasures. 39 Stangl Road
GRAND OPENING!! ArtYard is an alternative contemporary art gallery, theater, and residency program founded by a group of artists, filmmakers, curators, and writers.
62A Trenton Avenue.
RELAUNCH!! Descendants Brewing Company at the Old Ship Inn is the first in New Jersey since prohibition to brew beer for consumption on-premise. It provides a family-friendly European pub atmosphere in the scenic Delaware valley. Enjoy craft-brewed ales, ciders, and homemade, Europe-inspired foods with locally sourced ingredients. 61 Bridge St
COMING SOON! The Borscht Belt Deli at the Stockton Market. A New York-style Jewish deli serving feature classics like Pastrami Sandwiches and Matzo Ball Soup, as well as creative eats sourced from local farms. Located at 19 Bridge St
Union Coffee is a coffee shop in Lambertville, NJ specializing in crafting coffee and building community! Open everyday from 7am-5pm.
Located at 49 N. Union St
Pedego is a locally-owned store where you'll be treated like family. We are the region's foremost electric bike experts offering sales, rentals, accessories, and service. Stop by and try it for free. Hello, fun…
Located at 13 N. Union St
Gotta Have It Vinyl - Classic rock, jazz, Country and blues Vinyl, LPs and records. If you Gotta Have It you’re in the right place!
Located at 15 North Union St
Bear Bone Vintage is a brand new vintage clothing shop in Lambertville NJ. Bear Bone carries men and womens clothing as well as jewelry, accessories and more.
Located at 14 Church Street
ByeWay Gardens Has it all! Floral, Landscaping, and Garden design and restoration & Home goods. Unusual and rare tropicals as well as perennials for the garden.
Located at 77 Bridge Street
COMING SOON! Fred Astaire Dance Studio - from wedding dance instruction, a new hobby or way to connect with your partner, improving your social life, physical and emotional health, or taking your dance skills to the next level, dancing with Fred Astaire Dance Studios will result in faster learning, higher levels of achievement – and lots of smiles! Located at 24 North Union St
Hunterdon Main Street
Featured Town:
Discover, Shop, Dine, Stay and....
Start your Weekend visit in Lambertville...

EXPERIENCE the #1 weekend getaway city in New Jersey!

BEGIN by walking the charming streets, lined with well-preserved federal townhouses
 and Victorian homes.

STOP in one of the historic bars, acclaimed restaurants, world-class spas, and salons or vintage shops on your way to the walkable bridge across the Delaware River.

SLEEP in a Bed and Breakfast, a cozy inn, or a riverside hotel.

BRUNCH at a waterside restaurant or bike along the towpath to end your weekend.

TO LEARN MORE and explore the many businesses in the town,
visit the Greater Lambertville Chamber of Commerce website: HERE!
Hunterdon Main Street
Featured Business:
Scout's Coffee Bar + Mercantile
High Bridge
Nestled in Downtown High Bridge, Scout's believes that good coffee and good food are the cornerstone for a good life. They serve locally roasted coffees, organic and healthfully crafted food, and provide an escape from the busy-life for friends near and far. The mercantile offers guests a selection of handmade greeting cards and locally themed gift items along with some basic supplies for a day out on the Columbia Trail. Visit the Store HERE!

The Corner

The Corner is a boutique retail store and full-service fine art portrait photography and headshot studio. Pop in to find the perfect gift for that one person who's impossible to shop for or sit down with us for a portrait session and create custom art of your family to last for generations to come. 
Hunterdon Main Streets in the News

"The founder and executive director of a renowned contemporary arts center in New Jersey is guided by an overarching mission: to incubate creative expression and catalyze collaborations that reveal the transformational power of art to the greatest extent that she can.

Jill Kearney took a major step in advancing this mission on May 1, upon which date ArtYard celebrated the opening of a new, larger arts complex at 13 Front St. in Frenchtown..."

All in the Family: Ship Inn Reopens as
Descendants Brewing Company
(Maggie Leenas NJMonthly.com)

"The couple had owned the Ship Inn in Milford, New Jersey’s first post-Prohibition brewery, since 2017. In early May, they reopened the inn as Descendants Brewing Company, a brewpub that encourages guests to think more about their family history...."

It’s a pickled paradise at Kilhaney’s Pickles in Central N.J.  (Caroline Fasset NJ.com)

" We did an event at the Red Mill (around Christmastime), and I walked to my van to get more product and walked past the store. And I said, ‘This is it: this is the new store,’” Zack said. “I paid a month and a half in advance and wasn’t even in the building just because I wanted to lock it down. It was just that gut feeling.
And it’s a great town, great people, and a great response so far. It was a great choice....”

 By Susan Kronberg | For Jersey's Best.com

"It’s more than a mere turn of phrase to say that Lambertville is sitting pretty along the banks of the Delaware River. It’s an observation backed by numerous travel journals and a proclamation of Forbes magazine’s list of the “Top 15 Prettiest Towns in America.” Yes, in America....”

Hunterdon Main Street
Business Opportunities
Featured Available Storefront :
57 Bridge Street

Fabulous opportunity to own this stately historic structure in quaint river town of Milford. 1st floor commercial space and terrific 2 story apt. Approximately 3026 sq ft total space. Features include Mansard roof, high ceilings and detailed dormers. Approximately 1750 sq ft commercial space on 1st floor includes 4 rooms used as retail, a powder room, office, basement. Milford offers wonderful small town atmosphere with antiques, shops, many services, eclectic dining choices on scenic Delaware River.90 min to NYC, Philly.
View more available storefronts on our Main Streets - HERE!
Other Ways To Explore
Hunterdon Main Street
Hunterdon County is rich in agricultural tradition with much of that centered on the historic County Road 579 corridor. We hope you’ll explore the abundance and variety of food and drink along this beautiful and rolling county road…. again and again!
Hunterdon County is a premier destination for cyclists of all ages and skill levels. From our winding county roads, quaint towns, villages, and historic sites, to our beautiful scenic vistas and gorgeous natural resources, there is something for everyone looking for a reason to jump on their bike!
Visit Bike Hunterdon here!