Marshalls Department Store 533 S Broad St, Meriden, CT06450 This close-out department store chain features fashions and home goods at reasonable prices. This large location is…More constantly being restocked, sometimes with last years styles, but often with the same things located in higher end stores. And this store is easily accessed by the large parking lot located close to the entrance.
R & R Auto World of Meriden Inc 584 W Main St, Meriden, CT06451 R&R Auto World sets itself apart from other corporate auto part chain stores by staffing itself with years of…More experience and know-how. Ronnie, the owner, prides his store on having the fastest turn-arounds on special ordered parts. If you order a part in the morning, chances that it will be in before closing, and the chance that the store has it in stock already is even greater.
Devil Dogs, Drake's Cakes, Wonder Bread, Hostess Fruit Pies, Table Talk Pies and many other tasty treats await inside this bakery thrift store. Offering savings up to 50% off regular prices, the store is open seven days a week. Seniors get a special 10% discount on Tuesdays. In addition to bread and other baked goods, the store carries milk, eggs, soda and other drinks, peanut butter and jam, and more.
Forever 21 470 Lewis Ave, Meriden, CT06451 Forever 21, located on the second floor of the Meriden Square Mall, close to Borders and Best Buy, is a young woman's…More clothing store aimed at customers who are 21 or wish they were. The company's youthful and trendy styles, and the poppy music spilling from the front door, lend themselves to younger women and girls. This location is bright and comfortable, and the clothes are appropriate for girls younger than 21 as well.
St Mary's Church 5 Sherman Pl, Meriden, CT06451 Founded by Germans in the 19th century, the majestic St. Mary's Church retains a German-American Catholic congregation…More in Meriden and surrounding towns. The 300 parishners share their clergy with St. Joseph's church just a few blocks west. St. Mary's tops a hill behind the city's downtown parking deck, its steeple rising high above the stores on Main Street. Its affiliated school closed in 2006.