Extended Easter hours

Aunt Charlotte's offers extended shopping hours for all your Easter basket and gift giving needs. They are open from 9:30 a.m to 9:00 p.m. from April 15-19th, then from 9:30 a.m to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 20th. You'll find a "Delight In Every Bite" when you choose this delicious candy made daily upstairs in their factory. Stop in for some classic dark or milk chocolate peanut butter eggs, delicious candies, beautiful gifts and lots of cute stuffed bunnies!

Want some retail therapy?

Ryan's Retail is working hard to showcase local entrepreneurs and help them build clientele to establish their business. We love them but we don't want to keep them. Our hope is that they quickly outgrow our weekly and pop-up space to establish their own locations. If you have dreams of owning a business but don't know where to start, this may be the place for you! Come support our business incubator by shopping and supporting local upstarts or giving your own dreams a try. Here are the merchants we have popping in this Saturday at 22 North Centre, Merchantville from 10a.m. - 6:00 p.m.


Grab your thimble

The Nimble Needle is a brick and mortar and online needlework shop located at 45 S. Centre Street. Opened in 1976, Karen Milano is the third owner. She offers needlepoint kits like Minerva Roman goddess of wisdom for $164. Who doesn’t need more smarts? Explore the shop and see what new items Karen has received. If you want something special, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. will order it for you. Shop hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. and Thursdays until 7:00 p.m.

McFarlans Prime Meats

McFarlan's Market, opened in 2010 by Janet Stevens and Pete Burgess, has friendly service and superior quality of meats. Their meats are butchered there and are so fresh, you can absolutely taste the difference. Renovated and well stocked, it's a cozy and convenient alternative to long grocery lines at the local box supermarket. Shop local!

Enjoy a great cigar

Sam and Shelly opened Cigar Alley at the News Nook on August 1, 1990 in our historic town and has provided South Jersey and the surrounding area with premium cigars for over 25 years. We have a walk-in humidor with some of the best prices on premium cigars, bundles and factory close-outs - over 400 facings. Stop in for great prices on a vast selection of cigars, and stay for a smoke in our cigar lounge or alley. We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours at 17 S Center Street, Merchantville. Open Monday - Friday from 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Saturdays closing at 7:00 p.m. and open Sundays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Free drink with travel mug

Free drink of your choice. Purchase any Station travel mug and receive a free drink. Get a pour of your favorite coffee or try something new like a nutella latte or chai. The Station is a cozy coffee house tucked into an old train station near railroad tracks that now serve as biking and walking trails. In addition to serving coffee, baked goods, smoothies, sandwiches and even crepes.

Antiques to fit every heart's desire

Merchantville Antiques and Salvage is a family owned antique store with an ever-changing inventory like this 1946 Vintage Roos Sweetheart cedar chest. Beautiful condition inside with some minor chipping of the veneer chest top and a hinge needing a rivet. Paper still attached inside. Ready and waiting to store all your stuff. They also do  Lamp repairs and custom lighting work done onsite. Stop by and browse around their shop at 27 N. Centre Street.

Grab a Berry Salad at the Juice Bar

Your weekend starts here! Grab a “Berry Breeze Salad” with chicken at The Juice Bar. Call ahead to order: (856)-324-0436.  The Juice Bar is a bright and bustling Merchantville business featuring juices, smoothies and a fresh menu chock full of fruits and veges. Crates of fresh produce, colorful prints and a welcoming atmosphere greet customers as they enter the health-centered eatery, located at 20 South Center Street. Stop by for breakfast or lunch!

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