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New and nice place for grocerys,shopping,movies and restaurants and more.A lot to do in one compact area,close to down town.
Open-air shopping center with 140 stores, anchored by Belk, Macy's, and Sears.
This is a huge high end shopping extravaganza. Lots of food, and retail space. Nothing outlet or factory store so, plan accordingly. Harris Teeter grocery, Barnes and Noble, REI, Apple, West Elm, Whole Foods, Belk, and so much more.
Take a nice stroll at the Friendly Shopping Center to find all of your favorite mainstream stores and inviting restaurants from five guys burgers to Fleming Steak and Grill.
Anthropologie, Apple, Alter'd State, Swoozies, REI, DSW, and many many more shops can be found here. Lots of restaurants can be found for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner. There is also a movie theater here and lots of nail salons and massage spas.
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