Sugar Loaf Square

★★★★☆

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This is a real throw-back to the sixties but we all love out Sugar Loaf! Less than a mile long but jam-packed with stores and work-shops of all sorts of crafters and artisans. I've been stopping by Sugar Loaf for a great anti-mall, anti-national chain store day of leisurely and truly pleasant shopping for as long as I can remember. There's The Barnsider restaurant for a relaxing refreshment, a few "coffee-and" shops for a quick pick-me-up and an utterly charming atmosphere. Beware the uneven sidewalks and keep an eye out for the little back-shops, alleys and meadows where a second tier of shops has been developing. Make sure to visit the jewelry guy, the candle shop, the place with kaleidoscopes, the wood toy guy and the soap and perfume shop (sorry for not knowing the shop names - but they have just always been there even if the owners had moved on) and local "legend" Nick Zungoli (the cow picture guy!). While this is a lovely area for the spring and summer, it really comes alive in the fall when the trees change, when apples and pumpkins come ripe, and when the smell of wood fires burning tinge the air.

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★★★★☆

This is a real throw-back to the sixties but we all love out Sugar Loaf! Less than a mile long but jam-packed with stores and work-shops of all sorts of crafters and artisans. I've been stopping by Sugar Loaf for a great anti-mall, anti-national chain store day of leisurely and truly pleasant shopping for as long as I can remember. There's The Barnsider restaurant for a relaxing refreshment, a few "coffee-and" shops for a quick pick-me-up and an utterly charming atmosphere. Beware the uneven sidewalks and keep an eye out for the little back-shops, alleys and meadows where a second tier of shops has been developing. Make sure to visit the jewelry guy, the candle shop, the place with kaleidoscopes, the wood toy guy and the soap and perfume shop (sorry for not knowing the shop names - but they have just always been there even if the owners had moved on) and local "legend" Nick Zungoli (the cow picture guy!). While this is a lovely area for the spring and summer, it really comes alive in the fall when the trees change, when apples and pumpkins come ripe, and when the smell of wood fires burning tinge the air.

Pros: Charming atmosphere, many artisan-owned shops and studios

Cons: Traffic can get intrusive during leaf-peeping and holiday weekends

 

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