A Shopping Day in Brighton
Our first shopping stop is Green Oak Village Place. They have a variety of name-brand stores and have something for everyone. It’s a great place to shop for clothing and accessories with stores such as JC Penny, American Eagle, Dicks Sporting Goods, and TJ Maxx! Green Oak Village Place is open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
There are a few lunch options located within the Green Oak Village Place. Joe Kool’s Sports Bar and Grill is a classic American grill that will fuel your body for the rest of the day. Speaking of fuel, The Fuel is another restaurant with healthier options for those with and dietary restrictions. Make sure to choose wisely, there is plenty of shopping to go!
Our next stop for shopping is downtown Brighton! There are plenty of unique stores with clothing items, house decor, and gifts for someone special in your life. Some of our favorites include Rosy’s Boutique, Oh My Lolli, Wood ‘N Things, and 2 Dandelions Bookstore, but there are plenty of other stores to check out! Downtown Brighton has so many specialty stores it could take hours to walk through!
After all of that walking it’s time for another meal, and luckily you don’t have to go far for a great dinner! There is a wide variety of restaurants located in downtown Brighton. Ciao Amicis has great Italian food, but if you’re craving Mexican we would recommend El Arbol. There are plenty of pubs in downtown Brighton as well, including The Pound, Brighton Bar and Grill, Champs Pub, and Stout Irish Pub. All are great options, just remember to leave room for dessert! Total Cluster Fudge and Jack’s Frozen Custard are only a few doors down from any of these restaurants.
Joe Kool's Bar and Grill
9555 Village Pl Blvd, Brighton, MI 48116, USAHighlight On Map
Total Cluster Fudge
124 W Main St, Brighton, MI 48116, USAHighlight On Map