The Derby Street Shoppes are a quick two exits away from Sconset Landing and provide residents with a convenient high end shopping experience for all your personal needs. From Whole Foods to popular clothing stores to sports equipment stores like R.E.I. and Greater Boston Running Company and a host of incredible restaurants like Burton’s Grill and Legal C Bar, there is something for everyone’s pallet. If you’re looking for some “back to school” clothing for the kids you have many options to choose from like American Eagle Outfitters, Gap, J. Crew, Banana Republic, Gymboree and Hanna Andersson to name a few. For the more discerning shopper, there are many luxury clothing stores to choose from such as Eileen Fisher, Kate Spade New York, Talbots, Jos. A Bank Clothiers and Vineyard Vines.
After enjoying your day shopping and enjoying either lunch or dinner at Derby Street Shoppes, top it off with a pastry from White’s Bakery, sweetly located next to Crate and Barrel. If it is a hot summer day, you may prefer an ice cream from Cold Stone Creamery. More casual dining option are also available at Panera Bread, Bertucci’s or Chipolte.
If you have more of an “adventurous spirit”, check out R.E.I. conveniently located in the center of Derby Street Shoppes next to KOHL’s. You can satisfy all your outdoor clothing and equipment needs at either R.E.I. or lululemon athletica.
Sometimes shopping can get a little tiring that you find yourself needing a quiet retreat of your own. Behind Whole Foods is Hidden Pond. Hidden Pond is a tranquil & peaceful walking trail around a pond that is around a ¼ of a mile long; 4 times around and you have walked a mile! In addition, there are four exercise stations with instructions on how to use the various equipment. Lastly, these trails are pet friendly so a great place to walk your dog. In the winters there is free ice skating, and sometimes even pick up ice hockey games!