Headquartered in a quaint storefront in Teaneck and voted (201) magazine’s 2011 Best of Bergen Best-Kept Secret, Picklelicious sells homemade New York–style pickles and other gourmet treats. Owner Robyn Samra hand-packs the shop's pickles using local ingredients such as New Jersey–grown cucumbers and the spirit of Bruce Springsteen. Customers can shop online or stop by in person to stock up on the veggies formerly known as cucumbers, along with other tangy preserved goodies. Stick to the classics with a quart of kosher dills ($10), accessorize burgers with a pint of sweet pickle chips ($7), or punish rebellious taste buds with a quart of hot and spicy pickles ($10). Picklelicious also offers up gourmet olives, sauces and dips, penny candy, and gift baskets, and treats all guests to a free pickle-on-a-stick on Sundays.
A Premium Verizon retailer, Wireless Depot furnishes customers with on- or off-contract cell phones and accessories. Their inventory includes the latest smartphones from Samsung and Motorola, as well as a wide array of OEM and third-party accessories.
Tanzia Skincare products is a very innovative and growing company with a constant focus on what is new and what is necessary for the skin care market. These products are formulated with only the finest, high quality, natural ingredients and all the Tanzia Skincare Products speak for themselves in quality and effectiveness.
H.A. Dunne & Company, home of the H.A. Dunne Archive, boasts an extensive, unique collection of vintage photographs and maps of New York City. Customers can browse the collection online, though those keen on keepsakes need to stop by in person to pick up 8"x10" prints, such as an aerial view of the Empire State Building taken in 1964 ($50) or a glimpse of Central Park circa 1940 ($50). While the gallery also carries antique advertising art, handcrafted greeting cards, and full-scale models of the Brooklyn Bridge, today's Groupon can only be used toward the purchase of photographic prints and maps.