Shopping and Dining

A haven for trendy national chains as well as mom-and-pop stores, the Westfield Area is home to many popular shops offering quality goods for unique interests. After an appetite-inducing day of shopping or working, there are endless restaurant options to satisfy ravenous hungers. Check in with our website for individual selections.


In addition to those household name stores, the town has a variety of one-of-a-kind locally-owned stores offering quality goods for unique interests. Poppyfields Home is not just a furniture store that deals in unique bedding, furniture, upholstery and home accessories; it is also an interior decorating service. The fine folks at Brummer’s Homemade Chocolates have been making candy the old-fashioned way since 1904, and the delicious results have
certainly withstood the test of time. Presidential Pen & Gifts offers fine writing gifts such as leather pen cases and high quality stationery. Roman Boutique sells European-style clothes. Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery brews robust coffee and sells their beans for home brewing. This is just a small sampling of the thriving, first-class local businesses in the area.

Jeffrey’s of Westfield is a chief owned and operated restaurant in the heart of downtown Westfield. Jeffrey’s features creative American cuisine and includes fabulous meat, fish and pasta dishes with unprecedented menu items.

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For residents and visitors alike, Westfield has plenty of choices for satisfying meals. Among the plethora of dining spots is a seafood and pasta restaurant that features a raw bar, dozens of types of seafood, specialty crab cakes, and a number of other savory non-seafood dishes. The southwest meets the northeast at the Mojave Grill, filled with seasoned southwest specialties, including the house favorite, a tortilla-crusted mahi mahi served with red rice, charred corn, avocado relish and a poblano vinagrette, with a slice of margarita pie for dessert. These are just a few of the many
eating establishments ready to tantalize the tastebuds in Westfield.

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