Shopping malls are a good way to get all your shopping done in one central location. So, here’s the top shopping malls in the Metro Detroit area:
1. Twelve Oaks Mall
27500 Novi Rd, Novi, MI 48377READ MORE: Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19
Twelve Oaks Mall offers a wide selection of stores. With over 200 stores spanning from Kate Spade and Apple, there isn’t a reason to not find what you’re looking for. The dining choices are excellent too. Many people travel to eat at the famous Cheesecake Factory or Cinnabon’s.
2. Great Lakes Crossing Outlet
4000 Baldwin Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Great Lakes Crossing Outlet and its stores are one of a kind. The Build-A-Bear workshop, Vera Bradley, and other stores can rarely be found anywhere in Michigan. The mall offers great comfort food and American-style cuisine from Sweet Lorraine’s Mac N’ Cheez to A&W.
3. Somerset Collection
2800 W Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI 48084
Somerset Collection has more than 180 specialty stores. Built in 1969, this mall is known as one of the biggest shopping attractions in Michigan. With incredible dining at California Pizza Kitchen and Haagen-Daaz, this is an excellent mall for a day out with family and friends.READ MORE: Michigan Reports 7,955 New COVID-19 Cases, 33 Deaths Wednesday
4. Fairlane Town Center
18900 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn, MI 48126
Fairlane Town Center houses about 150 stores. The food selection is also diverse; ranging from Taco Bell and Shawarma Express. It has AMC Fairlane 21 attached to it, which makes it convenient to catch a movie before or after shopping.
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5. Oakland Mall
412 W 14 Mile Rd, Troy, MI 48083
Oakland Mall has about 116 stores. Home to stores like Macy’s and Foot Locker, this mall has a lot of shops to choose from. You can always grab a bite to eat at Logan’s Roadhouse or Panda Express.
All of these shopping malls operate within the standard hours 10AM-9PM.
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