The town of Frenchtown, NJ is a very quaint, beautiful and uniquely distinct river town along the Delaware River that I consider my local ‘hood when I’m staying at my cottage house.
There is a nice mix of local merchants ranging from a great candy store to bakeries, restaurants, antique shops, and local merchants like this one: Frenchtown Dry Goods.
Beautifully restored buildings now house a barbershop and a knitting store…. beautiful job on the restoration!
The National Hotel is in the middle of everything in Frenchtown, NJ and is a great place to spend the weekend or grab a drink. In the past, when we’ve had photo shoots, the crew always stayed here. There’s a secret bar in the basement worth visiting if you happen to be in town.
Adorable local book shop…
And a new store I just love called Modern Love…..
A great mix of vintage finds including clothes and home decor, beautiful letterpress stationary, tote bags and jewelry and more…. I always find the perfect gift here to give to friends.
And late night great Mexican food is the perfect place to bring my friends when they come and visit. Who doesn’t love good Mexican food?