My husband and I are not from this area and have been to this mall twice and found the same problem both times: it is overrunn with teenagers with no intention to buy anything. We spoke to several of the shopkeepers and they said that on weekends, their business drops because those with serious buying intentions stay away because of the roaming packs of teens. I see what they mean. There are several seating areas along the median of the mall, but we could never find a place to sit, as every seat was occupied by teens, most just sitting there texting. I hate to see this happen to a seemingly nice mall, but we may opt out next time and go to the strip mall.
You can also tell several of them have posted negative comments complaining and misspelling every other word.
It suck has nothing to buy bunch of ppl staring at you their higher than other malls in such places as B.R. & N.O. only good food is chick-fil-a its just a pathetic place too go.........It Would be nice to upgrade the junk or build a bigger more modern mall
This is a nice little mall. Little by large city standards that is. An added wing more than doubled this malls size years ago. The anchor stores are Sears, JC Penney, and Dillards. There is a comfortable small town atmosphere and pace at this mall that is very enjoyable. The "second run" theatre is clean and a good value, with the only problem being the old fashioned seating and smallish screens. But that's what you get with an older cinema.
The only major problem as compared to modern malls is the lack of a food court. However, this is offset by the variety of choices and a couple of very good resturants with lots of seating, which is something that many of the larger modern malls do not have.
Southland is a great place to have fun with many shows, but you can only stay so long because there is no variety with their stores. There is American Eagle and Aeropostale,but no Hollister, Abercrombie, or other teen fashion stores. There are many female-consumer-based stores for older girls, but only one or two stores that guys can shop for if they're older. They need more stores, and a more organized food court, because the food places are ALL OVER the mall. Subway is on one side with Cucos, then Chick-Fil-A (mmm) is in the nmiddle, and the corn dog place is all the way on the other side. It's crazy! But it's all S. Louisiana has without going to New Orleans or Baton Rouge, and it serves them well.
I think that southland mall is the best place to go to have fun and also buy cheap things that you need. Everyone goes to the mall so it is a great place to meet people. It is also a great hangout for teens who what to shop and shop in peace.
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