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It's Looking A Lot Like Christmas

Don't miss out on the beautiful holiday window displays and decorations around Pacifica.

Window shopping is a wonderful experience in December, when Pacifica's stores reveal their holiday window displays. Some small business owners around town really decked their store fronts and windows this year with a little bit of tradition and whimsy and whole lot of character.

Christmas by the Cove in Rockaway is most appropriate this time of year, while Kent Cleaners celebrates Disney Characters in its large window display. Rock'n Robs has three huge ornaments over its doorway, as the restaurant itself is lighted with enough color all year-round.

Decorating a store-front window is certainly an art form, enticing shoppers and patrons inside. If you see a holiday window display around town that catches your eye, take a photo. Then upload your pics to this article. 

Or tell us in the comments what store window holiday display or decoration you like and why.

 

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BD December 10, 2012 at 06:28 PM
I believe that Mazzettis Bakery decorates the window next to Kent Cleaners.
Deb Wong December 11, 2012 at 12:02 AM
Interesting! I didn't know that. Didn't see too many decorations in Mazetti's window. There don't seem to be too many in & around Pacifca small businesses.
BD December 11, 2012 at 03:00 AM
Step into Mazzettis and you'll find a little winter wonderland.
Hntr htr w a passion December 11, 2012 at 05:56 AM
Yes, Mazzettis. I look forward to their decorations inside and in the window outside. They like to decorate for all the holidays, but, Christmas is my favorite.

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