Point Pleasant, Point Beach 2021 Buyer’s Guide: Stay Local


POINT PLEASANT, NJ – The United States is experiencing a supply chain disruption and it will likely affect your online vacation shopping plans. But why worry about supply chain disruption when you can buy locally at your convenience?

Even if you are visiting family in Point Pleasant or Point Pleasant Beach for the Thanksgiving vacation, you can get local retail therapy. Show your support for local businesses and get a head start on your vacation list.

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Beaver Dam Hardware: Maybe that special someone in your life needs power tools for their new hobby. There are also ornamental items to make their garden special. Stop at 1307 Beaver Dam Road, Point Pleasant.

Butler’s Pharmacy: This store is much more than a pharmacy; it’s stocked with a range of items perfect for gift giving, from seasonal shirts and hats to mugs and more. It’s at 2301 Bridge Ave., Point Pleasant.

Pléthore Store: This little boutique at 3112 Bridge Ave. at Point Pleasant offers women’s clothing and home decor with a strong artisan vibe.

Wish on a jar: Buy a home painting pottery kit or get a gift certificate for a creative evening at this pottery store and studio at 3128 Bridge Ave., Point Pleasant.

A-1 Bikes: This family owned boutique has been in business in Point Pleasant Beach since 1974. Whether you’re looking for a bike for a family member or accessories for their current commute, the store at 726 Arnold Ave. can help you.

Gordon’s Surf Shop: Surfboards, sunglasses, t-shirts and beach wear and ukeleles – yes, ukeleles – the surf vibe is everything at this store at 527 Bay Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

Point Pleasant Antique Emporium: Find unexpected treasures in items others no longer want or need at this boutique at 622 Trenton Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

The Little Point Bookstore: In business since 2019, this store is a book lover’s dream. Find the perfect book you won’t find anywhere else, or give the reader in your life a gift card to browse through the offers on their own at 629-1 / 2 Arnold Ave. at Point Pleasant Beach.

Consignment shop already seen: This is not your typical consignment store; these are high end resale items. You’ll find Prada, Louis Vitton, Gucci and more at 630 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

Lola’s shop: Womenswear with unique, quirky styles and handmade items at 635 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

Cauldron & Closet: Unique, personalized items for those drawn to the mystique and magic at 638 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

Borden Stationery: Educational toys and kits, calligraphy, gift items and more. From crayons to Coding Critters for the kids, there are plenty of options and ideas galore at 609 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

The proud peacock: This store has items for all occasions, from jewelry to personalized mugs and wares, wind chimes, pet products and more at 626 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.

Sun dream: If Boho and the beach define who you shop for, this boutique at 601 Arnold Ave. at Point Pleasant Beach can do the trick.

Point Pavilion Antiques: Collectibles, tableware and decoration. Over 60 antique dealers selling items in the former Woolworth’s store at 608 Arnold Ave., Point Pleasant Beach.


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