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Home to the Allentown Art Festival and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this vibrant, ethnically and lifestyle-diverse area has become a magnet in recent years for art galleries and restaurants. The area encompasses the intersections of Allen, Main, Symphony Circle and North streets and the Theater District lies just upon its southern border. Attractions in the area include the Wilcox Mansion and the Towne Restaurant. Moreover, if you happen to find yourself here in June, check out the art festival, it draws more than 500,000 visitors annually for a reason.
Boasting of a number of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and bars, Elmwood Village is the perfect spot for those who want to spend the day browsing through goodies, enjoying great food and drink or simply taking in the lively vibe of this activity hub. From shops like Spoiled Rotten and Second Chic to Fern +Arrow and Anna Grace, the shopping hub ensures there is something in store for everyone. The array of designer and secondhand goodies also ensure that people of all tastes and budgets can shop from here. A lot of souvenirs and items for gifting can be found here as well. Don't hesitate to head to any one of the eateries to recharge your batteries after the shopping spree. If you are in the mood to indulge in some retail therapy, then Elmwood Village is your best bet.
Boasting of a number of shops, restaurants and nightclubs, Hertel Avenue is the perfect spot for those who want to spend the day browsing through goodies, enjoying great food and drink or simply dancing the night away. From clothes and shoes to jewelry and gifts, all sorts of goods can be shopped from here. Cocco’s Fragrances, Modern Nostalgia and Richel Formalwear are just some of the boutiques that are quite well-known here. The array of designer and secondhand goodies also ensure that people of all tastes and budgets can shop from here. Don't hesitate to head to any one of the eateries to recharge your batteries after you have indulged in some retail therapy. If you are looking for some fun time, then Hertel Avenue with its myriad of shops, nightclubs and restaurants is your best bet.
Southeast of Buffalo, NY dwells the small historic village of East Aurora. Founded in 1804, the Village (with a current population of around 7,000 people) has been home to the Roycroft movement, President Millard Fillmore and is the birthplace of the Fisher-Price franchise! Today, its rich history is carefully preserved in museums and national historic sites. Additionally, its bustling Main street is filled with carefully preserved homes and old-timey shops and businesses, including an old-fashioned dime and nickel store, Vidler's! If you yearn for the small town charm of a bygone era, stop by the Village today!