16 Stores That Need to Open in the Hudson Valley Immediately
Which stores does the Hudson Valley desperately need? From White Castle to Trader Joe's to Apple, here are the 16 retailers that we're sick of having to travel miles for.
Sure, their furniture is impossible to put together and uncomfortable as hell, but it sure looks great and the price is right. Plus, Swedish pancakes.
BJ's and Sam's are great, but Costco is the number one ranked warehouse store in the country. Hey, isn't one coming to Chester?
Are we the only ones tired of going to Danbury to visit a Genius Bar? Next time my screen cracks it would be great to get it done while waiting nearby instead of having to take a road trip or (yikes) mail my iPhone away.
Triple Ginger Snaps? Yes please!
There was a rumor that America's favorite fast-food chicken was coming to town. Anyone hear anything new?
Crate and Barrel
I have 35 people coming for Thanksgiving dinner and need a case of matching plates and glasses. Don't tell me I have to drive all the way to Paramus for them.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
We used to have a factory right in Middletown. Our waistlines were happy to see it go, but now we're ready to have them back. Please?
No, the factory outlet at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets doesn't count.
I've got $500 burning a hole in my pocket. Wish there was somewhere close by where I could purchase an olive juicer.
Just for the delicious wings, of course.
Dave & Busters
The Palisades Mall is too far to travel, especially if you want to spend the night drinking and playing wack-a-mole.
Rumors have been swirling that Uber is coming to our area. Not soon enough (see Dave & Busters above). If Uber were here, not only could we catch an easy ride, but some of us would also be able to make some quick cash with our cars, too.
The Cheesecake Factory
Their Bruléed French Toast is 2,780 calories and worth every. single. one.
We want to pay exorbitant prices for stupid food items too. Where's our asparagus water?
We're sick of having to pay for shipping on those Star Wars sheets from Pottery Barn Kids.
They've been teasing us with bringing those world-famous sliders to the Hudson Valley for years now. I'm starting to take this personally.
Did we miss any stores that desperately need to open up in the Hudson Valley? We want to know what you think. Tell us the retail chains that you're longing for by posting in the comments section below.