The service is good and helpful, but I rarely found my shoe size here. I would always end up going to the one across from Bloomingdale's for my size. But if you have a normal shoe size that is always in stock, this one is a good bet.
I haven't really found a big Easy Spirit, so this one is basically about the same size as all of them. The selection is the same in everyone - my mom likes the designs, I definately wouldn't. They're for middle aged to elderly women, I would say. If you're looking for hot and trendy, this isn't the place to be.
It's one of the smaller Aerosoles, so it has a little less of a selection than the big ones, but if you're looking for the newest styles, you're bound to find it. Having your size, however, is a different story. You'll have to be lucky but the staff is very helpful.
This Aldo is always crowded, you'll be lucky to even find a seat without having to wait for someone to leave. For the many costumers, they don't have that much staff. The employees are helpful when they can be, but with so much to do and so many costumers, they rarely get the chance to be really helpful. Go around at nighttime when there's less people.
This is probably the biggest one in the city with the most shoes in stock. I would always go to the other ones and they never have my size or the style i'm looking for and when that happens they tell me to go to the "headquarters" store uptown. They never told me the address until one day i walked in and realized THIS one was the headquarters. If you're into Nine West, definately head here - they're bound to have the style you're looking for (even if you found it online) and the size (I wear an 11).
Selection isn't that great - and if you're looking for fancy high heels, this isn't the place to go. The shoes in themselves aren't that nice at all - the designs are JUST a little fancier than nurses shoes. So if that's not you're style, go to the aldo next door.
I used to come here like every week when I used to live by it. It's good when there are sales - the fresh bakery area has really good stuff, just make sure you're not there at night when all the good stuff are gone and you're left with stale bagels. Mind you, watch out for the high prices if you're just going there to pick up a quart of milk - which will set you back almost 5 dollars.
They have a fairly good selection, but not a lot of junk food, if that's what you're looking for. The prices are really high, so watch out. For example, a 6 pack of eggs is 4-5 dollars.
Stew Leonards is awesome - a great place to buy groceries, prepared food, or just to go to to take in the atmostphere. It's a great place to bring kids or those that are children at heart - a big singing cow is there by the entrance, a train goes around the whole store by the ceiling, etc. etc. There's a lil food court area by the entrance for a quick snack, such as pizza or a hot dog and the sitting area is great since it seems like you're having a picnic. Walk a little further and it's a little park for the kids - truly a one of a kind place.
It has just about everything - even VHS rewinders. haha. If you're looking for any oriental foods, you'll find it - rice, asian junk food, seaweed for sushi, etc. etc. You'll be there for at least an hour just roaming around looking at everything. It's great for just eggs or something more.