We strolled through the area in late afternoon but it bustles in the mornings with the coffee shops, restaurants, bakeries, and shops.
I go often, and avoid peak traffic when possible, so I can just walk and poke through the little shops, or drift down to the beach and walk a while and let it hypnotize me again. Funky, alive, always changing, always interesting. Well worth doing.
This is a nice area to walk around, check out the shops and grab a decent latte. Try Mundo Cafe - it looked great but we were there too early for lunch and grabbed a coffee from across the street at the bakery which was also very nice.
Only recently discovered this group of shops and restaurants which are only a few blocks from the Hallmark Resort. Had pizza from the Savroy Cafe which was excellent. Wished we had spent more time in this area. Next time.
After seeing the historic bay front, stop here to immerse yourself in an artsy scene where coffee shops and cute restaurants mingle with galleries. The feeling is Cape Cod-ish in architecture. Find one of the free parking lots in the neighborhood so you can explore on foot.
It was very very windy the day we were there. The shopping in the central business area was reported as very good by our expert shoppers. In fact, the actual beach part was measured in about n hour while the shopping lasted much longer. Thats fine- vacation are for everyone. We did eat a light lunch- which was good- Nye... More
We loved walking on this beach and looking at the tide pools. Kids loved it and it was truly a beautiful and accessible place to walk and enjoy. It is right outside the Sylvia Beach Hotel where we were staying.
It is nothing more than a few shops (many closed on Sunday evening) and a few places to eat. We went there to find a good seafood place, but left and went to Georgie's (see review).
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