Named after the American President Millard Fillmore, Fillmore Street is a main thoroughfare of its namesake Fillmore District. Starting from the Lower Height neighborhood, it passes through Fillmore District to Pacific Heights and ends in the Marina District. The shops and stores at Fillmore Street reflect the diversity of the residents in its neighborhood and, therefore, primarily serve their shopping needs. Some of the shops are owned by the families living in the same locality. There are several retail outlets that stand wall-to wall with chain stores, ethnic restaurants of several varieties, jazz clubs and storefronts. There are a number of one-of- a-kind shops as well as popular ones such as M.A.C, Eileen Fisher and Kiehl’s, besides a host of thrift shops, trendy boutiques ranging from cheap to chic.
Located in the Back Bay area of Boston, Massachusetts, Newbury Street runs from Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Ave crossing several arteries in its route before entering the Mass Pike at Mass Ave. There are hundreds of shops and restaurants on a mile long 19th century brownstone street in the East of Massachusetts Ave. However, the most “high-end boutiques" are located near the Boston Public Garden end of Newbury Street. It is, however, the lower end of the Newbury Street, which hosts a concentration of upscale and trendy boutiques, national, international and individual designers, retailers, shops and luxury goods stores including reputed brand names like Valentino, Chanel, Marc Jacobs and Ralph Lauren, Brooks Brothers, Armani, Ted Baker, Valentino, Ben Sherman, Burberry, Loro Piana, Cartier, Donna Karan and Kate Spade, to mention only a few. It is because of these big names that Newbury Street is considered one of the most exclusive streets in the world.
Located in the very heart of Waikiki, Kalakaua Avenue hosts some the most popular brand names for shopping in the world. You will find everything here ranging from upscale restaurants to high end shops. It is regarded as the Rodeo Drive of Hawaii. Kalakaua Avenue is lined with large number of top class stores and shops including brand names like Macy's, Barney's, Tiffany &Co, Ferragamo, Channel, Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Prada, Gucci, Coach, Harry Winston, Cheesecake Factory and H & M. You will find an ABC store practically in every corner the street. These stores sell high quality souvenirs and remain open all the night. One of the largest shopping malls, Royal Hawaiian Center is spread over 310,000 square feet. It houses more than 110 shops and restaurants. The mall is crammed with sporting goods store, boutiques, top surf shops of Hawaii, jewelry marts, art and craft galleries, in fact, anything you can conceive.
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King Street is located in Charleston, the oldest and the second largest city of South Carolina. The city hosts a historic street named King Street, famous for its shops and stores. The street has three distinctive areas, each one known for its specialties. They are Upper King Street, reputed for design and dining; middle King Street, known for fashion products, and the lower King Street, popular for antiques. These are only broad categories. You will find the Street abuzz with a host of interesting shops, galleries and stores selling art and crafts products, books, clothing for men, women and children, chocolates, gifts, cosmetics, lingerie, handbags, lighting, men’s and women’s fashions, home decor, stationary besides a variety of restaurants, coffee shops and much more. Each store, shop or gallery has its own unique Charlestonian style and flavor.
Located in the downtown Philadelphia, Walnut Street starts from the Delaware River waterfront and passes through the Center City to West Philadelphia. Walnut Street is popularly known as “the city’s premier shopping district.” It is one of the most expensive retail streets in Philadelphia and hosts numerous “upscale dining, retail and cultural" sale outlets. A large majority of the high end fast fashion stores and designer shops in the Walnut Street are located on a four-block stretch between Broad Street and 18th Street. This patch and a few blocks to the eastern side host a variety of upscale restaurants, eateries, shops, stores, bars and hotels. The shopping area houses more than 200 shops, which, according to several surveys by the reputed fashion magazines, has been listed among the most pricey shopping districts of the USA.