Quality Inn & Suites Artesia - Cerritos
16905 S. Pioneer Blvd.
Artesia, CA 90701
Phone: (562) 402-2202
Fax: (562) 924-3623
16905 S. Pioneer Blvd. , Artesia, CA, US, 90701
- Phone: (562) 402-2202
- Fax: (562) 924-3623
This specialty shop sells a great selection of Native American items and gifts. Artifacts, pottery, silver and gold jewelry, music, books, fine art, and more are all here. It also does custom jewelry repairs. Several of the employees are Native Americans. This is a great shop that celebrates the history and culture of Native Americans.
This is a unique shop featuring a huge selection of Dutch and Indonesian products. The selection of Dutch cheeses is outstanding and eye popping. It's the perfect place to get some authentic Gouda. The shop also carries Dutch chocolates and cocoa, Indonesian spices and oils and more. This is a great place to find the ingredients to an offbeat dinner for yourself or for a dinner party. People will be impressed at your exotic dishes.
Embrace the magic of King Arthur's court when you visit Medieval Times, a shop entirely devoted to the medieval historical period. With swords, goblets and miniature cannons available, the merchandise sets the stage for medieval battle and romance. Even the shopkeepers are dressed in medieval costume. Various other pieces, such as chess sets and beautiful hairpieces, are designed with a medieval flair. For true King Arthur fanatics, the shop also holds information about the Medieval Times dinner and show.
They'll be talking about that cake forever when you special order it from this place. Outdone by no one in town, Fantasy Frosting has the distinct privilege of calling itself the premier makers of wedding cakes in the city. Its reputation among the elite speaks for itself. While the baking facility is remote, it only adds to the mystique surrounding the shroud of secrecy that goes into every bite. If you can afford the high prices, they're well worth checking out. You will need to make an appointment to survey the store's delectable offerings; and if you decide to make a purchase, no credit cards are accepted.
This mall, featuring more than 160 stores, is located just one block from Knott's Berry Farm. With a wide range of stores, from clothing boutiques to electronic stores to book stores, you'll be able to find exactly what you want at this shopping center. If you get tired of shopping take a break at one of the many restaurants.
This pastry shop makes delicious and visually stunning gourmet cakes for all occasions, from birthdays to weddings. It has been open since 1958 and has established a reputation for only making the very best. The shop's bakers use ingredients like fresh whipped cream and fresh berries. The cheese cakes are out of this world and well worth a try whether it is for a special occasion or just a little personal splurging.
This shopping center has great shops with goods you can hardly find anywhere else. Hobbyists of all types and ages can usually find what they're longing for here, whether it be a musket replica or opal earrings. The center stays up on the latest trends in collectibles, such as coveted Pokemon toys and Beanie Babies. Other items found here include trading cards, models, die-cast toys, Native American crafts, exotic pets and dolls.
Owned by Randy Kemner, this store has been called one of the best wine stores in the country by Wine and Spirits Magazine. It sells wines from all corners of the world at discounted prices. There are wine tastings every Saturday afternoon from 1pm to 4pm and the store often hosts wine appreciation classes. The decor is meant to make one feel as though they are in wine country in Napa Valley, hence the name of the store.
Here you will find a fine smoke and gift shop selling more than 30 brands of domestic and imported cigars ranging from inexpensive to premium. It also sells tobacco and pipes as well as a good collection of interesting gifts. Phones, clocks, incense burners, knives, swords, watches and jewelry are among the more than 300 gifts you will find here. It is well worth a visit whether you are a cigar aficionado or not.
This Long Beach music store specializes in space rock, a genre of experimental music that is a combination of 70's psychedelic and progressive music. It also sells a good selection of indie releases as well as electronica, jazz, rap and more. It also hosts live shows, past acts have included the 'Long Beach Dub All-Stars and Patti Smith'.
This jeweler has been opened in Belmont Shore since 1932 and is famous in Long Beach not in small part because of the deep water-diving poodle that stars in the commercials that air on television. The poodle goes deep-sea diving for rare jewels, and when you walk in the store and actually see the poodle you feel like you are seeing a star as he greets you in a friendly, will not-leave-you-alone manner. The store sells estate jewelry, lots of gold, diamonds and watches. The staff will specially order items if you do not see what you are looking for. Repairs are also available.
This clothing shop is located on ever-trendy and popular Second Street and sells a great selection of beautifully crafted artisan items by several different independent artists from all over the United States. The owners try to only sell items made in the United States to support American artists. The shop specializes in glass items and jewelry, but also sells ceramics and other artistic items that would look great in anyone's home or office. If you are looking for something unique and one-of-a-kind, stop by this eclectic shop. Limited disabled access.