Hit The Shops at The Mall of Columbia

shopping at the mall

Just nine minutes from our Ellicott City apartments is a fabulous shopping destination known as The Mall in Columbia.

It offers a refreshing retail experience in an open-air setting. 

With over 200 specialty shops, there’s something for everyone with highlights including:

Littman Jewelers 

A renowned East Coast Jeweler since 1885, Littman offers an extensive collection of fine jewelry. The friendly staff enjoys helping everyone celebrate life’s best moments, and every store has associates certified by the Diamond Council of America. The selection includes pearl earrings, bangle bracelets, and men’s rings. 

Arhaus 

At Arhaus, the product developers travel the world. They work with skilled artisans who create exclusive pieces using unique colors and unexpected silhouettes. Many are crafted from recycled natural sources, and they’re perfect for any home. Items include recliners, leather sofas, and side tables. 

Godiva 

Serving delicious chocolates since 1926, Godiva began from humble beginnings. Pierre Draps established the company with his delicious pralines, and it became the Official Chocolatier to the Royal Court of Belgium 42 years later. The tasty treats are made from the finest, freshest ingredients. Customer favorites include the truffles, chocolate covered strawberries, and mint dark chocolate bars. 

The Walrus Oyster & Ale House

The Walrus Oyster & Ale House offers the best local seafood provided by local fisherman. All of the dishes are made from scratch, and they pair well with the delicious wines on tap. The eatery offers a casual atmosphere, and it’s a fun place to meet friends for a leisurely meal. Offerings include crispy cod sandwiches, shrimp & grits, and pan-seared scallops. For dessert, try the vanilla bean cheesecake. 

The Mall in Columbia is just one of the premier shopping destinations near The Elms at Montjoy If you are searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We’d love to show you firsthand all we have to offer.

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