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Austin Texas Malls
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Austin Texas Malls

Barton Creek Mall
I love love love Barton Creek. Its out near Loop 360 in a beautiful area of Austin (minus Mopac Traffic).I frequent the Movie Theater often.

It's a family-oriented atmosphere and people are really friendly.The food court has great eateries; the mall is well maintained and aesthetically pleasing. More importantly, there's always a sale! The address is 2901 Capital of Texas Highway.Hours:
Monday – Saturday 10:00am – 9:00pm,Sunday noon – 6:00pm, call for holiday hours (http://www.simon.com)

The Domain
Still pretty brand spanking new. It's the new "must see" in Austin shopping. And its very impressive to say that you bought your outfit from any of the high-end shops in the Domain...ooh..ahhh..

But with 700,000 square feet of shopping and restaurant space,surely you can find something you like? The address is: Address: 11410 Century Oaks Terrace, Suite 210 Austin, TX 78758.
Hours:
Monday to Saturday 10:00am - 9:00pm and Sunday 12:00pm - 6:00pm (http://www.simon.com)

Lakeline Mall
Lakeline is a bit far from where I live, so I shop there less frequently than others. What coaxes me to Lakeline are the sales that happen between the months of September and January.

It's absolutely amazing how much I can get for my money.Lakeline is a very nice mall. It has all the normal stores.And if it weren't so far away, I'd probably go more. The other deterrent is the traffic. The address is: 11200 Lakeline Mall Drive--on the Northwest corner of Hwy 183 and RR 620 in far North West Austin.(http://www.simon.com)

Arboretum
This is another favorite choice for shopping, eating and hangingout at Barnes and Nobles. Traffic isn't too bad and the outside shopping strip appeals to me.

You'll find shops like Chicos, Express, and The Gap. Its also home to one of my favorite restaurants, the Cheesecake Factory!You can also eat at places like TGI Fridays and Serranos Mexican Food.

What may deter you is the parking, it's not the best and some days its hard to find a parking space. The address is: 1000 Research Boulevard. Hours:
Monday – Saturday 10:00-9:00pm
Sunday noon - 6:00pm
Call for holiday hours (http://www.io.com/house/shop.html)

Congress Avenue
These shops fit in with the "Keep Austin Weird" Philosophy.Eclectic shopping district. Funky out of this world stuff. You could spend an entire day walking from one store to the next.Congress Avenue shopping area is located about a 1/2 mile South of Congress bridge. Congress is more about the experience of uniqueness as far as Austin Shopping.

Dobie Mall
I haven't been to this mall since my college years. But I passed through just a few days ago and still has the same magnetic appeal.

It's part of a dormitory residence and is directly across from UT campus. The two-level building houses shopping, a five hundred seat food court;and a four-screen movie theater. The address is: 2025 Guadalupe Street. (http://shopdobie.com)

Highland Mall
Just off I H-35 & Hwy 290This is a pretty old mall. Its been around for years and has lostsome of its flavor. Here lately its undergoing quite a bit on work and some major stores have moved out. Dillard's and Macy's are still there,but JC Penney and others have moved on.

Its fun for a quick mall trip if you're in the area. But I wouldn't drive across town just to visit. It's a teen hangout so your kids may enjoy it more than you. The address is: 6001 Airport Boulevard.(http://www.highlandmall.com)

Northcross Mall
This mall has been around for a long time. Really the only reason I go here to get away from crowds. They're undergoing so much construction that its distracting from the shopping opportunities.

Like I said, there's no crowd so people-watching is not an option. On the upside,there is an ice skating rink. So if that sounds like a fun time, go for it! The address is 2525 West Anderson Lane.

The Drag
This is a UT student hang out. It's located on the lower part of Guadalupe Street. The shops are eclectic and probably are unsurpassed by any other eclectic stores in the city.

It's definitely and experience. And if you enjoy people watchingits a must go shop.

Hill Country Galleria
The Hill Country Galleria is one of the newest venues in Austin. It's anchor stores include Dillard's and Barnes and Noble. There's also a Cinemark movie theater... and...the City Hall..yep the Bee City Hall is inside the mall...very interesting concept. (http://www.hillcountrygalleria.com)

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