Crossroads Mall is known for two things: the theater, which brings San Antonio the kind of art-house films ignored by the ... More
Crossroads Mall is known for two things: the theater, which brings San Antonio the kind of art-house films ignored by the monstrous 24-screen cineplexes popping up around the city and the Burlington Coat Factory. Bargain hunters will enjoy the mall for this store alone, but they will find more discount shopping at Super Target as well as the relatively "upscale" Steinmart, which carries brand names found at Dillard's and Macy's. Crossroads has a nice food court and a beautiful fountain that features jazz music during the summer weekends.
WOW. What a fantastic mall. I don't think I'll ever get over how much fun we had here. I attended a quince and walked around after it was over. Don't let the size intimidate you, there aren't that many stores trying to draw you in. It is a very family-friendly location. One time, we even saw mariachi clowns performing! This mall never dissapoints. If they offered apartment living in one of the stores for rent I would move in. LIVE FOREVER CROSSROADS MALL.
EVERYBODY ON HERE IS STUOID AND NEED TO GET A LIFE THIS IS SO DUMB ...I WAS JUST LOOKING FOR THE CLOSET TARGET AND THIS IS ALL I READ ON HOW DIRTY IT LOOKS AND IT LOOKS LIKE A FLEAMARKET DAMM PPL IF YALL AINT GOT NOTHING GOOOD TO SAY SHUT THE F@*K UP B!!!
This mall has gone to pot seems like since they changed owners or to the mall of the americas... Not even CLOSE! Not only does it look like a flea market it is dirty, seems they figured they could stop cleaning. We used to walk daily in the mall was peaceful and clean...not anymore.
I frequent Crossroad Mall and could not believe the colors they are painting the buildings! Yellow and Pink! Yuck! Who chose those colors? They make the mall look Tacky! They should have left the original colors. Please reconsider.
It is a really nice looking mall! Especially when they decorate it during Christmas time it looks really pretty. There are not that many name brand stores. I go there sometimes just to get my haircut or buy some nice slacks and shirts at Stein Mart or Burlington Coat Factory. But if Crossroads had some good stores like other malls for example: Victoria's Secret, Hollister, American Eagle, Abercrombie and Fitch, Forever 21, Journey's, Old Navy etc. Than a lot more people including myself would shop at that mall not to mention even wanting to find a job at one of the stores there. Bath and Body Wroks and New York and Company are a plus for the mall. But they need to get rid of those other cheesy stores and put it some new ones.
Crossroads mall is excellent for almost any adult looking to shop. The downside is that the number of stores are limited and the young custodians spend almost all the time talking on their cell phones.
Plus I usually do not buy anything from the Cakery because the young men who work there wear little coverage, exposing their armpits over the cakes.
Crossroads mall is a nice break from the teeny-bopper malls with large crowds and bad traffic. Parking slots have 'spacers' to allow room to open your car doors w/o hitting the car next to yours. You've got Hobby Lobby, Stein Mart, Burlington, Bath & Body Works, GNC, Lerner New York, Veronica's Cakery, and let me not forget the beautiful Bijou Cinema- just to name a few stores and attractions. My husband and I had our wedding reception at the Red Oak Ballroom and it was breathtaking!! We were able to get the tuxedos from the men's dept at Burlington, the Cake and decorations from Veronica's Cakery. We had some of our guests stay at the SpringHill Suites across the street. We also registered ourselves at Target *right next door*. We could not have had a better wedding than at Crossroads Mall- for us, it is the most convenient mall of all.
P.S. My husband enjoys the new miniature race car track near the food court. He races his miniature police car since he is a police officer himself. Men are still young at heart!
i am so dissapointed, Crossroads can really use a little more improvement. Attract bigger name stores. They shouldn't be so concerned about "Convention Centers" & "Meeting Rooms". There should have been an entrance from Target into the Mall. The sales people & marketing for the mall could step it up a notch or two. I hope we never see a day when the mall closes.
Right in front of the Southwest entrance to the mall is a large dip in the road. Even at slow speeds it causes a hard impact to an automobile's front end. That this has happened repeatedly can be proven by the many gouges in the driveway.
The management is indifferent to the problem and my attempt to complain was received with arrogance, if not outright comtempt. If the management cares so little about one of the main entrances to the mall, just think about what else is slovenly and dangerous which customers do not see.
As a resident of San Antonio I can assure you that there are plenty of better and less expensive places to shop. Places where the management actually wants your business. Go there, by all means.
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