A Short Mid-Week Trip to Quaint River Town of Lambertville, NJ

For a short mid-week trip to inspire and recharge, it’s hard to find a better town to walk than Lambertville, NJ – some 1.5 hours West of NYC. I like it’s quaint narrow streets and historic architecture as well as the stunning views of the Delaware River. To boot, are a few excellent antique shops and fantastic lunch spots.

My first time stopping by at Form & Matter Modern, a clean Danish mid-century furniture shop on the main street

A mosaic outside of Antiques Center at the People’s Store, reminding of the building’s grand past

At Antiques Center at the People’s Store, a hand-carved 19th century marionette ($900)

An early 20th century wood and plaster mannequin head ($145)

At the nearby A Touch of the Past Antiques, an original art deco lamp

Downstairs at A Touch of the Past Antiques, a stunning selection of original mid-century European furniture and lighting

Stop by at Panoply Books for a great selection of art and photography books and a collection of rare and obscure LP records

At Antick, furniture maker David Wilson re-creates classic furniture inspired by the best makers of the 18th century

Walking up North, you’ll see a number of new and hip businesses, restaurants and shop located in repurposed warehouse buildings.

Walk into Luminary Coffee for an espresso or for some quality time to finish on your writing or editing photographs

Basil Bandwagon, a local organic market and supplement store

of Iron & Oak, a furniture maker on Lambertville offers an eclectic selection of vintage signs, art, decor and lots of travel ephemera

For the best views of the Delaware River, you can’t beat Goat Hill Overlook, just a few miles South of Lambertville

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