Retro Rag is probably one of the more expensive thrift stores I know, but they have the right to be. The store is in great condition, it looks good inside, and their clothes are so neat, not to mention still in good shape.
Although Costco is a great store to buy bulk amounts of food, but it is not this that I'm in love with, its there food court in front that I love. There hotdogs are so delicious and cheap; they also have pizza and pretzels and ice cream.
This shoe store has a pretty good selection of shoes and they always have deal going on. if you see some shoes you like, but not your size...you can usually always find it in yours.
Like most stores in the mall, this store has a pretty small selection to choose from, but the clothes they do have are reasonable priced and pretty cute.
I don't recommend this store because of their book selection, although that is also great, or because of their neat cafe, but because of their music area. They have this set up where you can scan the CD you're interested in and then listen to it...its awesome.
Ross has a variety of different products, not just clothes.
Their clothes are cheap and so is most of their other merchandise. They have other things like: furniture, comforters, kitchen ware, photo albums, etc.
If your tight on money, Grocery Outlet has it all. They have all the food any other food store would, but their prices are half of others. And its good!!
For all those fugal shoppers out there, Dollar Tree is the place to go. Sure its not the highest quality stuff, but its cheap and if you really need to save money...this is the place. They have so much variety and they ahve products you wouldnt expect them to.
My sister took me here to get my nails done for my eighteenth birthday and they did a great job. It was a nice, relaxing experience and my nails looked good, not all yellow like some places
This Book room has everything. Its clean and well organized making it extremely easy to access what you want. There are fast computers and even places to go for privacy.