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Top 10 Atlanta Shopping Malls and Districts

Atlanta has plenty of shopping malls and districts, whether you are looking for outlet deals, upscale department stores, antique finds, or boutique specialties.

1) Lenox Square Mall

One of Atlanta's premier malls, Lenox Square in Buckhead offers top-notch anchor stores like Macy's and Bloomingdale's, over 250 specialty stores, and excellent restaurants like Brasserie Le Coze and Prime steakhouse.

2) Phipps Plaza

Upscale mall just across the street from Lenox Square in Buckhead. The mall features an AMC multiplex movie theatre, Nordstrom's and Saks Fifth Avenue as anchor departments stores, more than a 100 specialty stores, and hip restaurants such as Twist and wine bar/shop The Grape.

3) Atlantic Station

The West Midtown live-work-play development features plenty of name-brand shops, such as DSW Shoe Warehouse, Banana Republic, Gap, Old Navy, and Pier 1, along with anchor department store Dillard's. You can also grocery shop at Publix, see a movie at the multiplex theatre, and grab a bite to eat at one of the many casual eateries.

4) Perimeter Mall

Convenient location for both intowners and OTP'ers, Perimeter Mall includes anchor stores Bloomingdale's, Dillard's, Macy's, and Nordstrom, in addition to dozens of specialty shops, and popular restaurants Goldfish and Maggiano's.

5) Mall of Georgia

One of the metro Atlanta area's largest malls, featuring anchor stores Dillard's, Macy's, JC Penney, and Lord & Taylor, along with more than 200 specialty stores, a multiplex movie theatre and an IMAX theatre.

6) North Georgia Premium Outlets

It's worth the short drive from Atlanta to Dawsonville for the deals to be found at this outlet center, which features 140 outlet stores in an outdoor setting. Designer stores include Ann Taylor, Coach, Nike, and Liz Claiborne. Savings range from 25% to 65% every day.

7) The Gallery at South DeKalb (Formerly South DeKalb Mall)

Features anchor stores of Sears and Macy's, designer clothing stores like Ashley Stewart and GQ, along with many community services and events geared towards the upscale, African-American shopper.

8) Little Five Points

The quirky, bohemian Atlanta neighborhood is a great place to shop for unique gifts, indie music, clubwear, or for picking out the perfect tattoo or body piercing jewelry. There's also plenty of great art and home furnishings stores in the area.

9) Miami Circle Design District

For gifts that impress, or the antiques art collector, the Miami Circle Design District is a must. The area contains more than 80 antique dealers, high-end home furnishing stores, and boutiques in one convenient location. Take a break from shopping at Eclipse di Luna, a festive tapas restaurant.

10) Virginia Highland

The friendly and artistic leaning Atlanta neighborhood has plenty of shopping opportunities, including antiques, folk art, and artist-owned jewelry and art boutiques, where you can truly find a one-of-a-kind gift. Shoppers will never go hungry or thirsty, as some of Atlanta's most popular restaurants and bars are in the neighborhood.

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