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The Rockaway Townsquare features over 180 stores and boutiques and offers a great shopping destination in its 2-storied, Mount Hope Avenue location. Covering approximately 1,249,000 square feet (116,000 square meters), this huge place includes big brands and popular department stores such as Macy's, JCPenney, Lord & Taylor, Sears and many others. Open all week, the Rockaway Townsquare is also home to labels such as Forever21, JCrew and Michael Kors, and great restaurants and eateries like Friendly's, Red Robin, Muldoon's and Qdoba. Whether it's shopping or dining, The Rockaway Townsquare is a great place to be!
If you are in the mood for some serious shopping, step into The Market at Elizabeth Avenue. This district is bustling with family owned shops and restaurants. It also hosts a lot of events. Discover the market-place that is home to items from across multiple cultures. This is the one stop destination to satiate your shopping needs.
The Father Justin Catholic & Gift Store is a warm and friendly place where you can find a variety of religious articles and reading material. The store stocks a range of items related to Christianity, including Bibles, Christian literature and gift items; a perfect place to find a gift that is a reminder of God's divine blessings and influence in our lives. Genuine, kind and knowledgeable, the staff at Father Justin's are always happy to answer any questions you may have, so don't hesitate to ask for suggestions.
Named after the mythical Fortress of Solitude featured in the superman comics, the comic book store of the same name at Newark is just as popular with the local fans. The store has a wide range of comic books at cheap and affordable prices that make it popular among young fans. They also stock vintage toys and memorabilia, some of which are quite rare and can be collectibles. Usually, there are some movies playing on the store TV for the entertainment of customers. The staff is friendly and helpful while finding comics and toys. The site does not have its own parking space and one has to park on the street.