Has a large selection of unique clothes and accessories. You'll never have to be worried about having the same outfit as someone else walking down the street. You'll be hip and stylish and still have money to other enjoyable things. The only con was the saleswoman who was a bit arrogant. Other than that, the store was enjoyable to shop at.
Even though Pokemon has been around for many years now and is a little outdated, I have to admit that I am still a fan. They have the coolest Pokemon-related toys at this store: bags, hats, tootbrushes. Whatever you name, they probably have it in a Pokemon-themed package. It can be a bit crowded sometimes, but so is every store around Rockefeller Center. Also, this store can put quite a dent in your wallet. Not much customer service to help either--they are terribly understaffed and the people they do have are inexperienced on the whole. But what counts is the merchandise, which is grade-A!
It's like a deja vu of your childhood when walking through this store. The entire decor is amazing: carpeted and as if you're walking through your own little storybook. All of the childhood classics can be found here: Curious George, The Velveteen Rabbit, and a lot of not-so-famous ones as well. The store contains old (including antiques for children's book collectors) and new titles. It's a great place to just walk around and browse.
Good quality items at bargain prices. However, you can spend quite a bit of time waiting on line just to purchase a few knick knacks for the house. So, if you don't mind long lines, then this is a great place: great variety of items and above all else there are great deals.
This is the only mall in the city. The two pros that I can think of offhand are that it is in a convenient location (all trains go there), and then there are the free samples. Just make your rounds around the food court and you can fill up on a meal. The actual shopping selections aren't that great. The only stores I really like are Charlotte Russe and Wet Seal. They do have a Brookstone where you can pass time by trying out all the massage chairs and the cool gadgets. But it's pretty much a boring mall. I prefer shopping at Garden State Plaza to Manhattan mall anyday of the week!
This place has the finest selection of Italian-made shoes. Everything is truly top-of-the-line. It's famous too: It was featured on an episode of Seinfeld. Of course, it all comes at a cost. The women's selection starts at $155 and goes way up.
Wonderful craft/fabric shop. I think I like this one better than the Rag Shop because it's bigger and has more items. They stock more regularly and have more discounts. The only thing bad about this is the location--it's a little far for me. But, every now and then I like to drive down and check out there stuff. Another thing about this place is that they are adequately staffed, which means you don't wait on a long line with only one cashier as at the Rag shop.
Very nice people. My dry cleaning is always done neatly and on time. I don't use the machines, but they look like they are in good working condition and I haven't seen a problem with too little machines or laundry carts. The place is spacious and there are tvs and arcade games as well as beverages and snacks. Nice location, too.
This is a lovely neighborhood gift shop and also carries stationery, supplies, and luggage. The owners are very nice; they have great stuff. The space, though, is small so everything is a little cramped, but there is never a problem with crowds. You can move around with ease. Prices are decent as well.
Awful customer service here. My dad went here for a dress shirt and the salespeople were the rudest people. The store didn't have any good merchandise, so we didn't care, but at least they could have treated us with some respect.