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If you enjoy exploring quaint bookshops filled with volumes on every topic imaginable, then stop by The Bookpress, Ltd. during your stay in Williamsburg. The beautiful shop was opened up in 1973 and has books, maps, and prints for sale. The shop also prints catalogues of books on a variety of topics, from Colonial Americana to wine and horticulture.
The Coffeehouse is aptly named, as it is one of the only cafes in the Williamsburg area that orders international green coffee beans to roast and grind themselves. The result is a stellar coffee-based drink selection that has developed a devoted following. Along with their coffee offerings, The Coffeehouse also serves up different teas, delicious baked goods, and a short lunch menu that includes soups and sandwiches. House specialties include Coffeehouse Apple Mango Chicken Salad, Smokehouse Ham and Tuna Salad Sandwich. Whether you are looking for a place to work the afternoon away, relax with a cup of delicious coffee or enjoy an intimate conversation with a good friend, The Coffeehouse is where you should be headed. The cafe also has an online store where they have on offer various tea and coffee products.
New Town is a 365-acre complex that manages to be a residential area, shopping mecca and entertainment center in one. It was designed to have everything one could need in an accessible space, making it a great place to eat out, or go on a shopping spree. There's a seemingly endless list of shopping options, restaurants, activities and professional services. Be prepared to lose a day in New Town - there are plenty of things to do, see and eat.
The Prime Outlets at Williamsburg offers upscale outlet shopping with an impressive collection of 100 designer and name brand outlet stores. Enjoy savings of 25% to 65% every day. Stores include Adidas, American Eagle, Banana Republic, Bath & Body Works, Burberry, Coach, Coldwater Creek, Crabtree & Evelyn, Eddie Bauer, Gap, Harry & David, L'Occitaine, L.L. Bean, Timberland and many more. Visit their website for coupons and the complete list of stores, sales & events and more.
What began in 1938 as a factory producing 18th-century salt-glaze reproductions has turned into a 200-acre complex with 32 buildings and over 70,000 items gathered from around the world. In addition to pottery, artisans produce wood items, plaster art, custom lamps, floral arrangements, dried and silk flowers, and made-to-order frames. It's even possible to make your own pottery as a truly unique souvenir. The complex also contains factory outlets, a restaurant and snack shop and a comfortable campground.
All of the arts and crafts sold at Auntie M's American Cottage were made by American artists. Auntie M is actually Marilyn West, a self-taught artist who wanted to create a shop that would highlight the upcycled, repurposed, and creative pieces that Yorktown's local artists dream up. The store also plays host to creative workshops where local artists teach techniques for creating crafts like fabric collage.