Antique Emporium, 646 Cookman Avenue
Treasure hunters will be lost for hours in this 18-year-old mall with 38 vendors and more than 50 stalls filled with vintage clothing, paintings, lighting, furniture and jewelry. You name it, it’s there. 732-774-8230.
Flux Modern, 658 Cookman Avenue
Step into midcentury America with a visit to this shop’s ever-changing stock of throwback upholstered chrome and pristinely refurbished wood furnishings. 908-349-0579; fluxmodern.net.
Rebel Supply, 550 Cookman Avenue
Something old, something new, something consigned or recycled. There’s no rhyme or reason, but plenty of finds. Fashion for all, plus T-shirt designs that give 80 percent of profits to a cause. 732-455-5080; rebelsupplycompany.com.
Flying Saucers, 658 Cookman Avenue
Retro kitchen goods that sport bright colors and fun shapes. Remember the Felix-looking cat clock with the tail that swings? Yup, they have it. 732-202-8848; flyingsaucersap.com.
Sweet J’s, 523 Bangs Avenue
Vlado Pisch can repair beloved jeans and custom-make a pair to replace them, but it won’t come cheap; designs start at $395. Owner Joey—Vlado’s son—offers a retro-styled sunglass line, plus sturdy aprons and bags by Vlado, vintage clothing, signs and more. 732-355-3183; sweetjoeys.com.
Heaven, 721 Cookman Avenue
Owner and world traveler Malcolm Navias offers up designs from far-off places, such as handmade Kantha cloth coats from India. Unique jewelry, plus vintage items such as glass, kitchenware and figurines, are also on tap. 732-774-4799; heavengallery.net.
Backward Glances, 658 Cookman Avenue
Funky fashion finds from days gone by include T-shirts, jewelry and dresses. New items, too: laser-cut wooden earrings, Jersey-themed stickers and fun costumes. 732-774-007; backwardglances.com.