A Day in Hopewell, NJ

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Originally settled in the early 1700’s, Hopewell is one of New Jersey’s most quaint and historic treasures. Just two hours south of New York City, it’s built a prominent food scene and an array of local artists and makers.

 

Brick Farm Market is a charming food market in a historic building with high-quality groceries and an eco-friendly butcher shop

 

 

 

 

Habanero sauce made on premises

 

 

Sourland Cycles is a great bike shop with all kinds of less-known brands and accessories

 

A bike service vending machine

 

 

 

 

An old Chocolate factory that has been converted into condos

 

 

Art Sparks, a creative center with workshops for children

 

 

 

The Tomato Factory is a co-op of antique dealers offering an array of collectibles

 

Twine offers unique gifts, books, and bitterly funny cards

 

 

 

 

In the summer, Twine hosts outdoor movie screenings

 

 

A defunct train station built in 1876
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