FEB 2014

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30 Boston shopping T a ke a break and get some shopping done while youÕre in Boston. The city has a variety of stores where you can browse or pick up gifts for yourself and others. CambridgeSide Galleria 100 Cambridgeside Place Cambridge, Mass. 617-621-8666 www.cambridgesidegalleria.com If youÕre looking to shop just outside of Boston, take advantage of the more than 100 stores and restau- rants at CambridgeSide Galleria. L ocated on the waterfront, this mall features popular department stores and designers, as well as a food court and other restaurants. Copley Place 100 Huntington Avenue 617-262-6600 www.simon.com/mall/copley-place This large shopping mall is located in the Back Bay area of Boston and includes dozens of stores as well as r estaurants, office buildings, and two hotels nearby. Stores include Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, Tiffany & Co., Christian Dior, and many more. Faneuil Hall Marketplace 1 Faneuil Hall Square 617-635-3105 www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com This unique shopping experience of- fers shoppers the chance to browse a variety of gifts and food. It has more than 100 shops and pushcarts. The Shops at Prudential Center 800 Boylston Street 617-236-3100 www.prudentialcenter.com Stores include Lululemon, Saks Fifth Avenue, Ann Taylor, and Lord & Taylor, among others. There are also a number of attractions, including trolley tours and duck tours from the center and the Skywalk Observatory. Pushcarts and shops Boston Campus Gear www.seaboston.pointshop.com If youÕre looking for collegiate ap- parel, this shop offers a selection of clothing and accessories from uni- versities and colleges in the Boston area. Merry Trading Company 866-367-8208 www.merrytrading.com This company has been at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace since 1976 and has a number of sheepskin products, including slippers, hats, mittens and gloves. Revolutionary Boston Museum Store 617-742-4733 www.revolutionaryboston.org If youÕre looking for historical souvenirs, check out this shop for books, maps, revolutionary-era flags, and other gifts. Newbury Street www.newbury-st.com The Newbury Street area features a wide array of clothing, accessories, and other services. Food and sweets H otel Chocolat 137 Newbury Street 617-391-0513 www.hotelchocolat.com/uk/ chocolate-shops/boston This chocolate shop from the United Kingdom brings its products to Boston at its Newbury Street loca- t ion. The shop features a variety of chocolates and also offers tastings. Products include boxed chocolates and other gifts and come in many flavors. Robin's Candy 253 Newbury Street 857-263-7618 robinscandy.com Owner Robin Helfand brings a variety of sweets to shoppers at her Newbury Street store. The store of- fers different candy brands, as well as fudge, licorice, cake pops, and other handmade New England chocolates. Home décor Jonathan Adler 129 Newbury Street 617-437-0018 www.jonathanadler.com Starting in the design world nearly 20 years ago, Jonathan Adler brings an array of pottery, furniture, and other home dŽcor to Boston. Simon Pearce 103 Newbury Street 617-450-8388 www.simonpearce.com For glassware, tableware, and more, check out Simon Pearce. Originally started as a glassblowing workshop, Simon Pearce has expanded to a number of stores on the East Coast. Jewelry Alex and Ani 115 Newbury Street 617-421-0777 www.alexandani.com This store features jewelry designed by Carolyn Rafaelian and offers eco-friendly and positive energy products with unique designs. Choose from a variety of necklaces, bracelets, and earrings for any occasion. EW EW Boston 2014ASCRS February 2014 ASCRS•ASOA Preview • April 25-29, 2014 26-37 Boston Preview_EW February 2014-DL2_Layout 1 1/31/14 10:34 AM Page 30

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