The Downtown Haddonfield retail district is a huge draw for people looking for a central downtown area in which to dine, shop and see professional services from attorneys to real estate offices to hair salons. The award winning retail district is chock full of unique clothing boutiques like maxwell james, Richard Bennett Clothier for Men, Gorshin Trading Post and Jax Boutique. Many stores are owned and operated by Haddonfield residents and small businesses are the core of retail district.
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Dining in Haddonfield offers options from fresh seafood at The Little Tuna and the newly opened Two Fish to Italian at spots like Tre Famiglia and Angelo’s Pizzeria to Asian cuisines at spots like Sanook Thai, perennial family favorite Oriental Pearl and Cross Culture Indian. Quick on the go eats and lunch spots are scattered throughout the town making working and dining in Haddonfield very seamless during the work week. For evenings, many restaurants offer al fresco dining in good weather. While Haddonfield is dry and restaurants are BYOB, several pair with New Jersey wineries to offer locally made wines for purchase.
Downtown Haddonfield offers a wide variety of town events throughout the year. From the weekly Haddonfield Farmers Market, which runs May through October, to Girls’ Night Out promotions, the Antique Auto Show, Fall Festival and Candlelight Shopping for the holidays, the town offers many opportunities to return and shop and dine again. At the top of many folks’ list of must sees are the town parades. Fourth of July and Memorial Day are honored with patriotic themed parades, families participate in the Halloween Parade and even the Little League hosts an opening day parade through the town and down to the fields.
Quaint, charming, lovely and more are used to describe Downtown Haddonfield and these adjectives are why many people buy homes in Haddonfield. Being a home owner here comes with a full package of a community that cares and supports one another at home and at work.