Metrocentre is a shopping centre in the United Kingdom and holds the title of largest shopping centre in Europe. Many large retail chains are represented in the centre and is anchored by 3 main department stores: Marks and Spencer, Debenhams, House of Fraser. Major fashion retailers include British Home Stores, Next, Primark, Topshop/Topman, H&M, New Look, River Island, Zara, USC, Lacoste, All Saints, Van Mildert, Tucci, Laura Ashley, Karen Miller, Kurt Geiger, French Connection, Guess, G-Star RAW and JD Sports.
The majority of restaurants are located in the MetroCentre Qube, a recently redeveloped area in the Yellow Mall containing bars and restaurants. These include Zizzi, Frankie and Benny’s, Nandos, Pizza Express, Big Lukes, Yo! Sushi and in 2011, Wagamama.
Bayshore Town Center is a shopping mall/mixed use retail complex in Glendale, Wisconsin anchored by Sears, Boston Store, and Kohl’s. The center is surrounded by specialty retail shops, casual and fine dining, fitness clubs, and luxury apartment homes. Bayshore is located in the most affluent area of Milwaukee and the entire state of Wisconsin. Key tenants include J.Crew, Brooks Brothers, The Cheesecake Factory, iPic Entertainment, Coach, The Apple Store, H&M, Banana Republic and Trader Joe’s.
The Bentall Centre has come a long way since it opened over 15 years ago. Today the Centre contains over 80 shops and attracts over fourteen million visitors a year. And it just keeps getting better; with new stores, more services and facilities including a full health club.
The Bentall Centre offers a variety of brands under one stunning roof, from the historic Bentalls department store stocking a plethora of designer and high street brands, to HMV, Apple, Zara, Esprit, Baby Gap, Fat Face, Paperchase and Swarovski. On top of all of this Kingston also boasts a John Lewis, French Connection, Heals, Habitat, Jo Malone, Primark, Space NK and Marks and Spencer, as well as 7000 parking spaces, direct trains to London Waterloo, over 40 bus routes and there’s even easy cycle access to the centre of this bustling Royal Borough.
Edmonton’s very own shopping centre has over 120 shops, 40 market stalls and eateries. There is a mixture of independent retailers and high street shops catering to most needs: fashion, kidswear, electrical stores, grocery shopping, home furnishings, stationery and games shops among others, making this a popular spot for shoppers whether they’re after essential groceries or just an afternoon of retail therapy.
The eating options are better than the average food court fast food fare; you can choose from an Italian deli, Caribbean café, Turkish restaurant and Chinese buffet after which you can sink a few pints in the Railway Tavern. The shopping centre has over 1,000 parking spaces with ample disabled parking.
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